Lab 1: Part 6: Saving your work
At the end of every lab, you will save your work. One way to save your work is to upload your lab folder to your account on the cs server, following similar steps to what we did at the start of today's lab. Other options are to save in your google drive, or email the files to yourself. This page will describe how to save your folder to your account on cs.wellesley.edu.
- Open CyberDuck and use your bookmark to connect to the
- Navigate into
- Drag the
lab01folder from your desktop to the CyberDuck window so that it is uploaded into the
Here's a short video to show you how and where to upload your
folder. The video starts after you have already logged yourself into
cs.wellesley.edu via CyberDuck (in the video, we are logged in as
cs111a, your window should show your own username).
Now you have a copy of the lab01 folder both on your lab computer's
Desktop, and also your account on the
cs.wellesley.edu server. This
way, if you want to refer to your lab work when you're working with a
partner on a problem set or working on a different computer, you can get
access to it.
You now have a copy of your lab work on the server, so if you are working on a lab machine, you can now drag it from the Desktop of the lab computer into the Trash and then empty the Trash (Finder > Empty Trash). You always want to leave a clean Desktop before logging out.
Summary of what we did today
- Learned how to use CyberDuck and Thonny
- Learned how to submit problem sets using the Potluck server
- Wrote a Python program that used Turtle graphics to draw stuff
Table of Contents
- Lab 1 Home
- Part 1: Lab workflow with Cyberduck
- Part 2: Thonny intro
- Part 3: How to submit psets
- Part 4: Your first program
- Part 5: Turtle graphics
- Part 6: Save your work