This is all great...
... for learning and testing. But as long as there is no dedicated offering, who will want to use it productively?
Is a dedicated offering to be expected and if so, when?1 vote
Have you looked at the IBM Data Science Experience? http://datascience.ibm.com/
DSX is a great dedicated offering with a similar or broader feature set to what we use to deliver BDU Labs.
Platform Architect, IBM Big Data U
when I try to import the following:
from bokeh.plotting import figure in a Python 2 notebook
I get an import error "ImportError: cannot import name locks"
Has anyone come up with a workaround?
Bokeh is a key visualization tool that I use alot in notebook
Cheers,4 votescompleted · AdminLeon Katsnelson (Director & CTO, IBM Analytics Emerging Technology, IBM | Data Scientist Workbench) responded
you can now have the latest tornado so that you can install and use Bokeh.
the TensorFlow has upgrade to 0.8.0 version，but the TensorFlow on workbench is only 0.6.0，could you upgrade it？
the TensorFlow has upgrade to 0.8.0 version，but the TensorFlow on workbench is only 0.6.0，could you upgrade it？2 votescompleted · AdminLeon Katsnelson (Director & CTO, IBM Analytics Emerging Technology, IBM | Data Scientist Workbench) responded
TensorFlow is now at v0.8.0. Thank you for your suggestion. Keep them coming!
Install ggplot2 for SparkR. It is a special package just for Spark found at:
Please also reference this talk from Spark Summit East 2016:
https://spark-summit.org/east-2016/events/ggplot2sparkr-rebooting-ggplot2-for-scalable-big-data-visualization/9 votescompleted · AdminLeon Katsnelson (Director & CTO, IBM Analytics Emerging Technology, IBM | Data Scientist Workbench) responded
ggplot2.SparkR is now available for both Jupyter notebook and RStudio users of the DSWB:
Feature 560 ggplot2.SparkR package is now available
Feature 561 ggplot2.SparkR package is now available for plotting huge data sets
The blue question mark does not imply Technical Support for many users. It would be better to change it to something more visible6 votes
The floating “Support” button on the middle right has been available for several weeks now. It can be used for both – opening tickets to get technical assistance, as well as there is an option to provide feedback or suggest an idea.
rstan in r/rstudio4 votes
David, thanks for your suggestion. We are adding rstan package to R Studio IDE and it is expected to be available soon. Please keep eyes on our update of changelog in workbench.
I have been trying to built the work bench for the past hour. The page will just log me out and then ask me to login again. When i do, it just starts building workbench again in a seemingly endless cycle.11 votes
We have a new process for provisioning workbenches. The process is both faster and more reliable. While this is significant progress we are not done yet. Workbench provisioning is only going to get faster.
First, I can't seem to be able to install shiny in RStudio:
It would be nice if I could create an app in DSWB, and have a link to the resulting app that I can share publicly.7 votes
Same bar for 3 tech1 vote
Now regardless of which tool you use in the Workbench – whether OpenRefine, Notebooks or R Studio IDE, you see a common menu bar on top.
NLTK is the most popular platform for Python to work with human languages. Many researches require it, so it make sense to preinstall it.10 votes
nltk is available by default in Jupyter for Python 2 and 3 within Data Scientist Workbench
- Leons Petrazickis
If we can download the workbench to our PC, we can use it as a client for a Hadoop/ Spark cluster1 vote
Thank you for your suggestion. We are happy to announce that we now offer an ability to download the DSWB notebook environment to a laptop and run notebooks entirely on the PC/Mac. You have helped us make DSWB a better product. Keep your suggestions coming.
Currently only Python 2.7 can be used in notebooks. I'd like to be able to choose Python version when creating a notebook14 votes
You can now use Python 3 in Jupyter notebooks
IBM seems to be providing two very similar but separate environments. It would be helpful to understand why there are two separate workbenches and what the differences are between the Data Scientist Workbench and the Knowledge Anyhow Workbench6 votes
We just added RStudio to the Data Scientist Workbench. Rstudio complements R Notebooks for building analytics in R. You can launch RStudio from the "Analyze Data" menu. The same place you will find "My Notebooks" menu item.
We are not quite sure if these are the right menu labels. Both Notebooks and IDEs like RStudio are really used to "build" analytics. Should we change the menu heading to "Build Analitycs"?1 vote
Current version of R in the notebooks is:
version.string R version 3.2.2 (2015-08-14)
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I'd like to see more subjects specific forums. Like General, Notebooks, Data preparation, Modeler etc.3 votes
There are now multiple forum topics
user interaction could be improved by having a Resources menu with Support, Knowledge Base, FAQ, Feedback and Online Learning menu items. There should also be a separate Blog menu item.2 votes
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