Learn how to set up Cloud Datalab, a Jupyter-style notebook.
- [Instructor] Now in addition to the…Colab's Jupyter-style notebooks,…GCP also has something called a Datalab,…and what I've done is I've taken the quick start…and I've condensed it down…just to make it a little bit quicker,…and we're gonna use the G Cloud Console…to spin up an instance.…Now when you do that, you can see this on line 11 here,…we're creating a Datalab instance.…You get a GCE, or a Google Compute Engine,…virtual machine, with an image that includes Datalab on it,…which is a Jupyter-style notebook.…
Not the same as Colab's, it's a little bit confusing.…There's two different groups working on it,…but it does take a minute or two to set up,…so let's go over to the console on get started on this.…I'm gonna just copy this.…And here we are in the console,…and what we're going to do is, we'll type…Compute Engine, and click there.…Just a tip: in a new account, if you've not…created a Compute Engine instance,…you want to just check and make sure you can do that…before you create a Datalab,…so I'm just gonna create an instance here.…
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