Add ibmdbpy library to IPython and Zeppelin notebooks
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.
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.
AdminLeon Katsnelson (Director & CTO, IBM Analytics Emerging Technology, Cognitive Class Labs) commented
IPython/Jupiter notebooks already done. You can now use ibmdbpy library in Python notebooks. Similar feature coming for Python programmers who love Zeppelin soon.
Thanks Torsten, can you please submit a new idea for ibmdbR
Torsten Steinbach commented
This will be great. I suggest to do the same for ibmdbR in RStudio (if not done so yet) and in Python when you enable R kernels. What's the plan for R kernel support?