On a normal Jupyter Notebook, I would type this command into my computer terminal:
jupyter notebook --NotebookApp.iopub_data_rate_limit=1.0e10
then when Jupyter loads, it would have a higher data rate limit.
But on Anaconda cloud, I launch my notebooks from the anaconda.cloud homepage, not from my terminal. And I typically just open notebooks using the Anaconda Cloud GUI.
Is there a way to execute this command somewhere in the Anaconda Cloud Terminal such that it will apply to my notebooks? Do I need to modify the wording of the command to make it work in Anaconda Cloud?
As urgent as possible an answer would be helpful. Thanks