Configuring a notebook in DataStax Studio

You can change the name, connection, and graph of a notebook.

Each graph notebook is connected to a particular graph. See DataStax Graph QuickStart.

A connection in Studio defines the graph and assigns a graph traversal g for that graph. A graph traversal is the mechanism for visiting each vertex in a graph, based on the filters defined in the graph traversal. To query DataStax Graph, the graph traversal g must be assigned to a particular graph; Studio manages this assignment with connections.


  1. To configure a notebook:

    • On the Notebook Manager page, click the ellipsis button (…​) in the notebook you want to configure.

    • Open the notebook that you want to configure.

  2. In the menu (☰), select Configure this Notebook.

  3. You can change the name of the notebook, the connection, and the graph.

    • The notebook name must be unique. The name field prevents duplicate names.

    • Each notebook has only one connection. A connection can serve multiple notebooks.

    • Each notebook is connected to a particular graph. Multiple notebooks can be connected to the same graph.

  4. Click Save.

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