Amazon SageMaker Studio UI Overview - Amazon SageMaker

Amazon SageMaker Studio UI Overview

Amazon SageMaker Studio extends the JupyterLab interface. Previous users of JupyterLab will notice the similarity of the user interface, including the workspace. Studio adds many additions to the interface. The most prominent additions are detailed in the following sections. For an overview of the basic JupyterLab interface, see The JupyterLab Interface.

The following image shows SageMaker Studio with the file browser open and the Studio landing page displayed. The Studio version is shown on the bottom-left of the landing page. To update to the latest version, see Update Amazon SageMaker Studio.

At the top of the screen is the menu bar. At the left of the screen is the left sidebar which contains icons to open file browsers, resource browsers, and tools. At the right of the screen is the right sidebar, represented by the Settings icon ( ), which displays contextual property settings when open. Above the Settings icon, there's a button to provide feedback about your experiences with SageMaker Studio. At the bottom of the screen is the status bar.

The main work area is divided horizontally into two panes. The left pane is the file and resource browser. The right pane contains one or more tabs for resources such as notebooks, terminals, metrics, and graphs.

Left sidebar

The left sidebar includes the following icons. When you hover over an icon, a tooltip displays the icon name. When you choose an icon, the file and resource browser displays the described functionality. For hierarchical entries, a selectable breadcrumb at the top of the browser shows your location in the hierarchy.

Icon Description

File Browser

Choose the Upload Files icon ( ) to add files to Studio.

Double-click a file to open the file in a new tab.

To have adjacent files open, choose a tab that contains a notebook, Python, or text file, then choose New View for File.

Choose the plus (+) sign on the menu at the top of the file browser to open the Studio Launcher.

Git

You can connect to a Git repository and then access a full range of Git tools and operations. For more information, see Clone and Connect to a Git Repository.

Running Terminals, Kernels, and Images

For more information, see Use the SageMaker Studio Launcher.

Commands (Ctrl + Shift + C)

The majority of the menu commands are available here.

SageMaker Experiment List

Displays a list of experiments, trials, or trial components. For more information, see View and Compare Experiments, Trials, and Trial Components.

This icon is selected when you choose Create Autopilot experiment from the Studio landing page. To create an Autopilot experiment, choose Create Experiment. For more information, see Automate model development with Amazon SageMaker Autopilot.

Notebook Tools

You can access a notebook's metadata through the Advanced Tools section. This icon is displayed only when a notebook is open.

SageMaker Endpoint List

This icon is selected when you choose Deploy and monitor from the Studio landing page. For more information, see Deploy Models for Inference.

Open Tabs

Provides a list of open tabs, which is useful if you have multiple open tabs.

File and resource browser

The file and resource browser displays lists of your notebooks, experiments, trials, trial components, and endpoints. On the menu at the top of the file browser, choose the plus (+) sign to open the Studio Launcher. The Launcher allows you to create a notebook, launch a Python interactive shell, or open a terminal.

Main work area

The main work area consists of multiple tabs that contain your open notebooks and terminals, and detailed information about your experiments and endpoints. One commonly used tab is the Trial Component List. This list is referred to as the Leaderboard because it's where you can compare experiments and trials. For more information, see View and Compare SageMaker Experiments, Trials, and Trial Components.

Settings

The settings pane allows you to adjust table and chart properties. By default, the pane is hidden on the far right of the screen. To open the pane, choose the Settings icon ( ) on the top right of the screen.