The ibmdbpy project provides a Python interface for data manipulation and access to in-database algorithms in IBM dashDB and IBM DB2. It accelerates Python analytics by seamlessly pushing operations written in Python into the underlying database for execution, thereby benefiting from in-database performance-enhancing features, such as columnar storage and parallel processing.9 votes
Instructions for using ibmdbpy in Jupyter notebooks can be found here: http://support.datascientistworkbench.com/knowledgebase/articles/860571-access-dashdb-or-db2-using-ibmdbpy-from-python-n
There is also a sample notebook on the welcome screen.
My notebboks are not visible, kindly fix that . Thanks8 votes
ibmdbR from CRAN should be deployed by default in RStudio and the Notebooks environments. Also you should provide some dashDB sample notebooks out of the box that make use of ibmdbR.6 votes
ibmdbR and samples should be delivered soon as part of features 554, 555, 672 in Jupyter notebooks and 605, 666 in RStudio.
I think you should lead visitors to your site through a recommended path: What should they do first and second? Can they pick some in preference to some others and still learn what they want to learn? How much of prerequisite knowledge should they have? Hold my hands and take me in, instead of expecting me to poke here and there.6 votes
A tutorial (mini-course on Big Data University) is being created which will provide a guided tour and help users get started with using various tools within the Workbench.
My account is cuiyouzhi000, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org votestarted · AdminLeon Katsnelson (Director & CTO, IBM Analytics Emerging Technology, Cognitive Class Labs) responded
We added a button to request account reactivation. If you login to DSWB you will see a button to request account reactivation.
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