So I got a message from somebody at Anaconda that I should refrain from using anaconda3 since it's not allowed within a company context to use it. Because I mainly used it as a launcher for
jupyter notebooks, I uninstalled it. Of course, me being stupid I forgot to save my open panels before doing that. When I launched it from the command line I was presented with an empty workspace.
I tried copying the
.anaconda3_backup workspace but that didn't really help a lot.
Would there be a way to retrieve what was in that workspace, knowing that the files may NOT have been saved as
.pynbk? I have been searching with
grep in the backup dir but no luck so far.