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SR_71
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Databricks Notebook Rendering Issue: IPython.lib.display.IFrame

Similar issue here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71336374/randomforestclassifier-explainer-dashboard-output-in-databricks-notebook-is-notActual output – Databricks Notebook Expected Output – Jupyter Notebook Reproducible Code Example#pip insta...

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ChanduBhujang
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Hi Abhishek, I followed your steps, I am having in identifying the dashboard link. How do I figure out the first two words dbc-dp- for my cluster? 

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Aarsh
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Failure in Databricks Serving endpoint <build log says Pip failed due to conflicting dependency.>

Hello All,We are trying to deploy some models using Databricks Serving endpoint, But while deploying the artifact created during experiment run the serving endpoint build log says Pip failed due to conflicting dependency.The model is logged in experi...

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Anonymous
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Train machine learning models: How can I take my ML lifecycle from experimentation to production?

Note: the following guide is primarily for Python users. For other languages, please view the following links: • Table batch reads and writes • Create a table in SQL • Visualizing data with DBSQLThis step-by-step guide will get your data...

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Priyag1
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I got good knowledge by your post . It is very clear . Thank you . Keep sharing like this posts .It will be helpful

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Sujitha
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Weekly Release Notes Recap Here’s a quick recap of the latest release notes updates from the past one week. Databricks platform release notesJanuary 1...

Weekly Release Notes RecapHere’s a quick recap of the latest release notes updates from the past one week.Databricks platform release notesJanuary 13 - 19, 2023Cluster policies now support limiting the max number of clusters per userYou can now use c...

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Aviral-Bhardwaj
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thanks for the details

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CK
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I need to access the json file in the github repo from the databricks notebookI have a repo integrated with Databricks workspace.  When I run %sh pwd ...

I need to access the json file in the github repo from the databricks notebookI have a repo integrated with Databricks workspace. When I run %sh pwd it returns this path /Workspace/Repos/chris@myemail/Repo/folder/test.json. I'm not able to access the...

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CK
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It works! Thank you, SRK!

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matte
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Resolved! Way of using pymc.model_to_graphviz into a Databricks notebook

Hi everybody,I created a simple bayesian model using the pymc library in Python. I would like to graphically represent my model using the pymc.model_to_graphviz(model=model) method.However, it seems it does not work within a databrcks notebook, even ...

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%sh apt install -y graphviz

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Slalom_Tobias
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Resolved! ML Practioner | ML 11 - XGBoost notebook | cannot import keras.applications.resnet50

the following code...from sparkdl.xgboost import XgboostRegressorfrom pyspark.ml import Pipelineparams = {"n_estimators": 100, "learning_rate": 0.1, "max_depth": 4, "random_state": 42, "missing": 0}xgboost = XgboostRegressor(**params)pipeline = Pipel...

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Prabakar
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You need to choose the runtime for ML instead of the standard.

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Giorgi
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Resolved! Azure Data Factory: allocate resources per Notebook

I'm using Azure Data Factory to create pipeline of Databricks notebooks, something like this:[Notebook 1 - data pre-processing ] -> [Notebook 2 - model training ] -> [Notebook 3 - performance evaluation].Can I write some config file, that would allow...

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Hubert-Dudek
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I understand that, in your case, auto-scaling will take too much time.The simplest option is to use a different cluster for another notebook (and be sure that the previous cluster is terminated instantly).Another option is to use REST API 2.0/cluster...

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Slalom_Tobias
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Resolved! ML Practioner | ML 10 - Feature Store notebook | feature_store import error

the following code...from pyspark.sql.functions import monotonically_increasing_id, lit, expr, randimport uuidfrom databricks import feature_storefrom pyspark.sql.types import StringType, DoubleTypefrom databricks.feature_store import feature_table, ...

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Anonymous
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Hope that was an easy fix - @Tobias Cortese​ ! Thanks for marking the "best answer"!

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Vijeth
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Resolved! How to deploy or create mlflow model as docker image with REST api endpoint within databricks?

Is it possible to create mlflow model as a docker image with REST api endpoint and use it for inferencing within databricks or hosting the image in azure container instances?

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Kaniz
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Hi @Vijeth Moudgalya​ ​ , Just a friendly follow-up. Did you follow @Bilal Aslam​ 's suggestion? Please let us know.

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