Suppose that Jupyter notebooks are hosted at a remote server and you access them from your local machine via web interface. By default, if connection is closed (e.g., you close a browser tab with remotely hosted notebook), corresponding to this connection running kernels die. Hence, time-consuming processes can not be finished without maintaining their connections open. Sometimes it is unfeasible — for instance, assume that you must shut down your local machine in the evening and you can turn it on only in the next morning.
Initial Once-Only Preparations
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