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  1. Integrated Python Module Intellisense

    As a user of the CC Labs interface to self-edify on topics with Python, I would like to view integrated Python module documentation while traversing Notebooks including mouse-over summaries with option to click module methods that opens a new tab with the Python module docs. In short, integrated Python intellisense.

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  2. Edit the second cell (data extraction)

    from:
    !unzip -q -o -d /resources/jupyter/labs/BD0211EN/ j8skrriqeqw66f51iyz911zyqai64j2g.zip

    to:
    !unzip -q -o -d /resources/jupyterlab/labs/BD0211EN/ j8skrriqeqw66f51iyz911zyqai64j2g.zip

    4 votes
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  3. Wordpress Plugin

    I suggest you create a Wordpress plugin like DataCamp-Light plugin
    https://github.com/datacamp/datacamp-light

    or like DataQuest-Caravan plugin
    https://github.com/dataquestio/caravan_wordpress

    This idea will help an unlimited number of course creator and blogger around the world because it will make things easier
    I suggest this idea because people need to learn but not all people are developers or programmers and people need something smart an easy

    Thanks

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  4. 1 vote
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  5. Julia Integrated

    Add Julia Language beside Python.

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  6. Feedback on support

    This is worst kind of support I have seen from IBM.

    My ticket is pending for last one and a half month. Neither my ticket is resolved nor I am getting any response from support team(Bryan chiru)

    This is highly unprofessional.

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  7. Jupyter Notebooks Folders

    It would be a good idea that the Jupyter Notebooks could be organized in folders.

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  8. pre-install jupyter_contrib_nbextensions

    so many features in this library.

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  9. Please correct a minor typo in variable for Lab - Vector and Factors.ipynb

    Hello team,
    On the In[20] it says 'year' instead of 'release_year':
    year[c("American Beauty", "Chicago")]

    So when the shift+enter is pressed an error is produced in the Out[20], so I tried with:
    release_year[c("American Beauty", "Chicago")] and the output is good now...

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  10. Think less developer more end user.

    You are on to a good thing here keep it up. I haven't programmed since C64 and Basic but forced to since I've been tasked with making sense of 10gig of some messy PP and PM SAP data. Access and Excel just don't cut it. I've been on it for 2 months SOLID and won't go back to the usual Microsoft solutions for anything over a gig of data because this is perfect but you need to shorten this learning curve. My bosses are on my back. I love the low level flexibility but it would be nice to have…

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  11. enable sharing of Zeppelin notebooks for multiple people to edit simultaneously (like a Google Doc)

    Zeppelin notebooks can be shared if the access privileges of notebooks is opened to the public. To share a notebook for collaboration, we need the public URL of a Zeppelin notebook.

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  12. When URL is shared, its better we make it target audience authorised, that means if some one else opens that URL, they can not open it excep

    Once a URL is shared to a person or group, other people other than the person or group which this URL is intended should nto accept. Basically one to one sharing option to be implemented. thanks

    Sudarshan

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  13. Create tutorial on how to use Google TensorFlow

    TensorFlow is now available in the DSWB but there is little in the way of information available on how to make use of TensorFlow in the DSWB. A short tutorial would be great.

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  14. Switch between Jupyter and Zeppelin without losing context

    It's often useful to refer to a Jupyter notebook while working on a Zeppelin one and vice versa. It would be great if I could do it without losing my place in what I'm working on

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  15. I'd like a Chrome extension that allows me to import raw notebooks from Github (or elsewhere) at the click of a button

    I am taking an online course that hosts its .ipynb notebooks on Github. With a Chrome extension, I'd like to be able to easily import these notebooks into DSWB because it's free and I don't need to install anything.

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  16. 3 votes
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  17. Add ability to attach JARs

    It would be great to add the ability to attach external JARs to Zeppelin and Jupyter so that projects, such as SystemML, could be imported and used with Spark.

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  18. Interactive Visualizations on Jupyter

    It would be great to have a way to do interactive visualizations (zoom-in and so on) inside your jupyter notebook? I have tried %matplotlib notebook but it is not working. Is there a way to do it as off today? If not, are there plans to incorporate this? It would be very cool to have this feature.

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  20. Auto parenthesises and quotations in Jupyter notebook

    Please bring back the default behaviour of auto parenthesises and quotations in Jupyter notebook, access to cumston.js would even be better.

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