Learn about using Azure Notebooks.
- [Instructor] An exciting new development…in the Python ecosystem is that it has become possible…to run notebooks in the cloud using providers…such as Google Colaboratory and Microsoft Azure notebooks.…Basic functionality's available for free…and if you need more resources…such as lots of storage, more powerful CPUs, or even GPUs,…you can get it for a charge.…If you'd like to follow along with this course using jupyter…in the cloud, I suggest you use Azure notebooks.…
And, I'm going to demonstrate how to get started.…We navigate to notebooks.azure.com…and we sign in…which we can do using an existing Microsoft account…or creating one.…In this case, we get an entire new email address.…Create a password and proceed.…
Enter the code.…And give it permission to do virus things…that are needed to use the notebooks.…We are also asked to create a username for this profile.…In Azure Notebooks, notebooks are organized in libraries.…We create a new one.…It doesn't need to be public.…
From here, you can create new notebooks.…
- Installing and setting up Python
- Importing and cleaning data
- Visualizing data
- Describing distributions and categorical variables
- Using basic statistical inference and modeling techniques
- Bayesian inference
Skill Level Intermediate
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