kandi X-RAY | knowledge-repo Summary
kandi X-RAY | knowledge-repo Summary
The Knowledge Repo project is focused on facilitating the sharing of knowledge between data scientists and other technical roles using data formats and tools that make sense in these professions. It provides various data stores (and utilities to manage them) for "knowledge posts", with a particular focus on notebooks (R Markdown and Jupyter / IPython Notebook) to better promote reproducible research. For more information about the motivation and inspiration behind this project, we encourage you to read our Medium Post.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Render a page
- Return True if this vote has been logged in
- Render a preview
- Render a post
- Displays statistics about the pageview
- Return a list of posts
- Get a list of parameters from a query string
- Render tag pages
- Extract feed parameters from the request
- Creates a plot from a file
- Show installed versions
- Parse a block
- Return thumbnail uri
- Copy image to local file
- Copy an image to S3
- Download a PDF
- Decorator to make unique class methods
- Load notebook from file
- Submit a commit to the remote repository
- Change tags of post
- Upload images
- Upgrade the database
- Render tags
- Show an editor
- Convert text to HTML
- Save a knowledge post
knowledge-repo Key Features
knowledge-repo Examples and Code Snippets
neptune tensorboard /path/to/logdir --project USER_NAME/PROJECT_NAME import neptune import neptune_tensorboard as neptune_tb neptune.init(api_token='YOUR_TOKEN', project_qualified_name='USER_NAME/PROJECT_NAME') # credentials neptune_tb.integrate_wi
Trending Discussions on knowledge-repo
I have created a create-react-app and trying to deploy it using Netlify for the first time (sample is here). However, when deployment is complete, the site looks different than it does locally. For example, my grid layout does not work properly.
I can see that the styles are being packaged differently than they are locally. Netlify is creating some
/static/css/*.chunk.css files which does indeed contain my styles. When deployed locally, the styles are simply added in the
tag of the parent document as
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-24 at 19:44
I figured out the issue. There was a semi-colon at the very end of my css file (typo). Netlify bundles all static files together and therefore the bundled css artifact was not loading properly.
I have been using airbnbs knowledge repo on local host. The problem is that I have very little web dev experience so I am pretty clueless on how to get this to run on online, preferably on a password protected site.
Thus far I have only used
runserver to view the knowledge feed. I would now like to deploy. It does not matter to me where it deploys. It could be a custom domain name, or heroku, or anything else. I am just a little lost on how to deploy. From reading the documentation I got this far.
knowledge_repo --repo app/ deploy
From this I get the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-19 at 16:45
Look into using some sort of cloud hosting service such as Amazon AWS. After signing up you can create a simple EC2 instance, which is essentially a virtual server running on AWS's data-centers.
You can then SSH into your virtual server (aka EC2 instance), and install knowledge repo the same way you installed it on your machine above.
The site should be available under the instance's public DNS name at the port you selected to run the web application (in the example its 7000).
Regarding controlling access to your server, you should consider using a Security Group, which can limit which IP addresses can access your EC2 Instance on a given port.
If you are the only one who will be accessing it, simply use your own public IP address on the web application port (i.e. 7000).
There is plenty of documentation on this online, here are some starters.
Please consider that using AWS is not free, however there is a free tier you can probably use for a long duration without incurring charges. I believe some of the t2 class instances are included in the free tier. See Free Tier
Given you don't have a large amount of traffic hitting your site, you should be fine with the instances provided for free.
I wrote the above thinking this is not going to be a production-grade site which will incur large amount of traffic, and I provided more of a 'quick n' dirty' approach. If at one point you find yourself needing to have this more scalable, resilient, and deployable approach, you can start looking into other offerings by Amazon such as CloudFormation, Elastic Load Balancing, Route53, etc.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use knowledge-repo like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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