visual studio code vs github

werner 41 Reputation points
2020-12-14T13:29:57.94+00:00

Hello,

I follow the course "basisbeginselen van gegevenswetenschappen" (for data sience) and I need studiocodespace. Studio Code Spaces moves to Github.

The most of the times Studio code spaces (minilab) dont work because I see only code by the questions and now questions.

Question 1:
test = {
"name": "q1",
"points": 1,
"hidden": True,
"suites": [
{............................
..........................
.........................

So I want to use github and hope its working. How can I use Minilab in Github?
Can someone help me?

Regards Werner

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  1. romungi-MSFT 41,961 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-12-14T17:34:12.817+00:00

    @werner This forum or tag for azure-data-science-vm is used for the data science VMs service of Azure and does not support microsoft learn content or lab issues.
    But, based on your question I believe you are referring to how you can use the mini lab environment of this learn course since VS code spaces are moving to github. You can use VM code spaces till February 17th 2021 according to the banner message and still create a codespace with a VM of your choice to run your minilab. All the code modules from this repo can be deployed using the steps mentioned in this page. Once your space is ready just click on the folder corresponding to your module and click the Jupyter notebook you would like to run. This should automatically provide you the steps to run the cells and load the data since the github repo is already loaded in your code space. For example, this is one notebook of the first chapter. I hope this helps to proceed further. Thanks!!

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