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Sujitha
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Resolved! Hello Community Users,  We recently announced a new Large Language Models (LLM) program, the first of its kind on edX! Learn how to develop production...

Hello Community Users, We recently announced a new Large Language Models (LLM) program, the first of its kind on edX! Learn how to develop production-ready LLM applications and dive into the theory behind foundation models. Taught by industry experts...

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APadmanabhan
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Hi @163050 You could download the Dbc file from the course, we already have the LLM course in the Customer Academy.

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fsimoes
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Resolved! Docker image with libraries + MLFlow Experiments

Hi everybody,I have a scenario where we have multiple teams working with Python and R, and this teams uses a lot of different libraries. Because of this dozen of libraries, the cluster start took much time. Then I created a Docker image, where I can ...

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Hi @Fabio Simoes​ Thank you for posting your question in our community! We are happy to assist you.To help us provide you with the most accurate information, could you please take a moment to review the responses and select the one that best answers ...

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ptawil
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Runtime error using MLFlow and Spark on databricks

Here is some model I created:class SomeModel(mlflow.pyfunc.PythonModel): def predict(self, context, input): # do fancy ML stuff # log results pandas_df = pd.DataFrame(...insert predictions here...) spark_df = spark...

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Nikhil3107
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Any updates on this? I am running into the same issue@Patrick Tawil​ were you able to solve this problem? If so, do you mind sharing?

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MichaelO
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XGBModel' object has no attribute 'feature_types'

I saved an xgboost boost model in filetstore as a pkl file.I call the model by the commands belowmodel = pickle.load(open('/.../model.pkl', 'rb'))model.predict_proba(df[features])The model has been running for sometime with the above commands but I n...

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Hi @Michael Okelola​ Thank you for posting your question in our community! We are happy to assist you.To help us provide you with the most accurate information, could you please take a moment to review the responses and select the one that best answe...

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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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rohi
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Priyag1
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@Rohini Singh​ what is your question exactly about program and code , be clear about what u wanna know

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Ajay-Pandey
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Share information between tasks in a Databricks job  You can use task values to pass arbitrary parameters between tasks in a Databricks job. You pass ...

Share information between tasks in a Databricks jobYou can use task values to pass arbitrary parameters between tasks in a Databricks job. You pass task values using the taskValues subutility in Databricks Utilities. The taskValues subutility provide...

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newforesee
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We urgently hope for this feature, but to date, we have found that it is only available in Python. Do you have any plans to support Scala?

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Rajib_Kumar_De
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Databricks AutoML (Forecasting) Python SDK for Model Serving

I am using Databricks AutoML ( Python SDK) to forecast bed occupancy. (Actually, Databricks used MLflow experiments for AutoML run). After training with different iterations, I registered the best model in the Databricks Model registry. Now I am tryi...

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Kaniz
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Hi @Rajib Kumar De​(Customer)​ , We haven’t heard from you since the last response from @Debayan Mukherjee​ ​ ​, and I was checking back to see if his suggestions helped you. Or else, If you have any solution, please do share that with the community ...

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matte
by New Contributor III
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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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DavideCagnoni
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Resolved! How to use python packages from `sys.path` ( in some sort of "edit-mode") which functions on workers too?

The help of `dbx sync` states that ```for the imports to work you need to update the Python path to include this target directory you're syncing to```This works quite well whenever the package is containing only driver-level functions. However, I ran...

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Scott_B
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Hi @Davide Cagnoni​. Please see my answer to this post https://community.databricks.com/s/question/0D53f00001mUyh2CAC/limitations-with-udfs-wrapping-modules-imported-via-repos-filesI will copy it here for you:If your notebook is in the same Repo as t...

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KrishZ
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How to use Parallel processing using Concurrent Jobs in Databricks ?

QuestionIt would be great if you could recommend how I go about solving the below problem. I haven't been able to find much help online. A. Background:A1. I have to text manipulation using python (like concatenation , convert to spacy doc , get verbs...

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Hi @Krishna Zanwar​ Hope all is well! Just wanted to check in if you were able to resolve your issue and would you be happy to share the solution or mark an answer as best? Else please let us know if you need more help. We'd love to hear from you.Tha...

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hulma
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Model serving keep relaunching

Hello, I tried to serve my model realtime. Model process keeps relaunching.I am getting this error in the logs, TypeError: Descriptors cannot not be created directly. If this call came from a _pb2.py file, your generated code is out of date and must ...

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Hey there @Hulma Abdul Rahman​ Hope you are well. Just wanted to see if you were able to find an answer to your question and would you like to mark an answer as best? It would be really helpful for the other members too.Cheers!

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Dhara
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Access multiple .mdb files using Python

Hi, I wanted to access multiple .mdb access files which are stored in the Azure Data Lake Storage(ADLS) or on Databricks File System using Python. Is it possible to guide me how can I achieve it? It would be great if you can share some code snippets ...

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User16764241763
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@Dhara Mandal​ Can you please try below?# cmd 1 %pip instal pandas_access   # cmd 2 import pandas_access as mdb   db_filename = '/dbfs/FileStore/Campaign_Template.mdb'   # Listing the tables. for tbl in mdb.list_tables(db_filename): print(tbl)   ...

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Dhara
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Access multiple .mdb files using Python

Hi, I wanted to access multiple .mdb access files which are stored in the Azure Data Lake Storage(ADLS) or on Databricks File System using Python. Can you please help me by guiding how can I do it? It would be great if you can share some code snippet...

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https://community.databricks.com/s/question/0D58Y00008rCmBySAK/access-multiple-mdb-files-using-pythonmyEHtrip Employee Login

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Vik1
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Resolved! Cluster setup for ML work for Pandas in Spark, and vanilla Python.

My setup:Worker type: Standard_D32d_v4, 128 GB Memory, 32 Cores, Min Workers: 2, Max Workers: 8Driver type: Standard_D32ds_v4, 128 GB Memory, 32 CoresDatabricks Runtime Version: 10.2 ML (includes Apache Spark 3.2.0, Scala 2.12)I ran a snowflake quer...

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Hey there @Vivek Ranjan​ Checking in. If Joseph's answer helped, would you let us know and mark the answer as best?  It would be really helpful for the other members to find the solution more quickly.Thanks!

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