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I think you should provide offline interface2 votes
After block 4, it says "it's" in a place where it should say "its", because it is a possesive, not a contraction of "it is".1 vote
Unable to access IBM Analytic Exchange It shows 404 Not Found: Requested route ('cdsx.au-syd.bluemix.net') does not exist.
Unable to access IBM Analytic Exchange
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It shows 404 Not Found: Requested route ('cdsx.au-syd.bluemix.net') does not exist.3 votes
After i am practicing lab from jupyter notebook, in order to take print out , i want it in text file...
if u include text file creation in lab practices, will be useful6 votes
Additionally, a progress bar would be nice to have and a feature to resume learning from where you left off.9 votes
Update Seahorse. The current version do not support Firefox browser on (L)Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
I am getting a browser not supported message while trying to load Seahorse. Going through documentation of Seahorse, Firefox 49+ is supported. My browser version is 56.
So, please update current version of Seahorse.
Thanks for your efforts in putting together such a wonderful environment.1 vote
Hello, since last friday, when I want to start Zeppelin or RStudio or other notebooks from BigData Univ courses I receive 500 internal error,
I cleared browser cache, but it not helped,
can someone help me, pls?221 votes
The server returned an invalid or incomplete response or we also wait a long time37 votes
It seems that your tutorials mostly miss the mark (at least for me). I was really interested in SeaHorse, I was able to run the first regression tutorial, saw the gears spin, but don't see any results. All I can do is download the workflow. There are various modules in the workflow, but no description of what they do or why they are there. There are lots of other modules in the toolbox, but no real indication of how to use them. Under regression, there are lots of variations, again with no description. Going to the Documentation link it threw a 404 error. And this was one of the more satisfying experiences. There was even less user support for the other tools in the Data Scientist Workbench.
It seems that your tutorials mostly miss the mark (at least for me). I was really interested in SeaHorse, I was able to run the first regression tutorial, saw the gears spin, but don't see any results. All I can do is download the workflow. There are various modules in the workflow, but no description of what they do or why they are there. There are lots of other modules in the toolbox, but no real indication of how to use them. Under regression, there are lots of variations, again with no description. Going to the Documentation link it threw…16 votes
The lab doesn't actually show the plot in Machine learning, Module2
I tried adding plt.show(), still nothing.2 votes
Data needed to be uploaded/download may be huge. 7z format is widely used and one of the best existing formats fo far.
Adding support for this compression format would be great4 votes
I would like to have Scala on the Spark Framework To work with. .4 votes
Add RapidMiner56 votes
I have raised a support ticket but nobody replied on it .33 votes
I'm studying data science and would like to share my interactive notebooks with my classmates and professor.
I've tried clicking on Share->Github:Gist and could log in, but then nothing happens, nothing gets generated in my Gist area.
In the ad video on your homepage I saw an option to share with a link - would you be adding this hosting option in the future? This would be great!15 votes
I can't import pandas in jupyter notebooks. Can anybody help me?6 votes
I cannot think of anything slower. The "2 - 3 minutes" message is very optimistic. These tools are totally unusable.15 votes
implementation of a trash bin of all recent deleted files that can be restored?8 votes
I would like to see the ability to display Spatial Data on a map. Points/Polygons/Locations/Distances/Clustering etc.
There needs to be a service that can display large data sets on a map. This service would be similar in nature to the application QGIS. The elements that should be able to be displayed would be point locations/polygons/line of points etc. Colors should be able to be assigned to different types of data based on criteria specified. An example is attached.122 votes
Upload notebooks from a local drive.15 votes
Currently there are two ways to upload notebooks in BDU Labs:
1. Open My Data in the sidebar. Use the “Upload Data” feature. There is a known limitation of only being able to upload within /resources/data, but Jupyter will still recognize any ipynb you upload as a notebook.
2. Alternately, open Jupyter. After it opens, drag and drop your notebook from a file window (e.g Windows Explorer or Mac Finder) into your browser. It will upload the notebook and flash messages at the top of the screen while doing so.
I appreciate that these options can be a little obscure. We’re always reviewing ways to make the user experience in BDU Labs simpler and more intuitive.
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