Chrome and Anaconda 3 (based on Python 3.6) are now installed by default in new Workspaces.
'Output request' button: is now available on the Workspace Summary screen; this will enable Workspace users to request data output extraction from their workspace. Users who do not have access to a Workspace cannot request extraction.
How will this affect new and existing workspaces in projects?
New Workspaces (created after December 1st 2018): will receive a default install of Chrome and Anaconda 3; Anaconda 2 can still be installed by requesting this software from a list when creating the Workspace. To request data extraction, only authorized users (with access to the Workspace) can use the 'Request output' button found on the Workspace Summary screen.
Older Workspaces (created before December 2018): will not receive Chrome and Anaconda 3 as the update is not supported. Any data output extraction must also be requested via a Conversation in the Project, so that Data Republic may review the request for approval.
What do I need to do?
To request data output extractions for new Workspaces (created from December 2018 onwards), please use the 'Request output' button found on the Workspace Summary screen. You must be listed as a user of the Workspace.
For further assistance or feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.