This week we hosted a free Kaggle Titanic Disaster Machine Learning workshop. In this blog post we’ll recap some highlights from the workshop. Ok, let’s dig in.
First, thanks for voting for your favorite charity!
With the unprecedented circumstances facing our global community, Arrikto is looking for even more ways to contribute. With this in mind, we thought that in lieu of swag we could give workshop attendees the opportunity to vote for their favorite charity and help guide our monthly donation to charitable causes. The charity that won this workshop’s voting was UNICEF. Also known as the United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF is a United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. The agency is among the most widespread and recognizable social welfare organizations in the world, with a presence in 192 countries and territories. We are pleased to be making a donation of $100 to them on behalf of the workshop attendees. Again, thanks to all of you who attended and voted!
What topics were covered in the workshop?
- Overview of Kubeflow
- Installing Kubeflow
- About the Titanic Disaster Example
- Deploying a Notebook Server
- Getting the Titanic Disaster Example Up and Running
- Exploring the Notebook
- Deploying and Running a Pipeline
- Examining the Results
What did I miss?
Here’s a short teaser from the 45 minute workshop where Jimmy walked folks through how to get the Titanic Disaster notebook up and running on a Kubeflow cluster.
In the workshop I showed how MiniKF is the easiest way to get started with Kubeflow on the platform of your choice (AWS or GCP). Want to try it for yourself? Here’s the links:
Try the Titanic Disaster Tutorial for Yourself
If you’d like to work through the Titanic Disaster notebook yourself, check out the guided tutorial on Arrikto Academy.
Join the Kubeflow Community on Slack and make sure to add the #minikf channel to your workspace. The #minikf channel is your best resource for immediate technical assistance regarding all things MiniKF!
Missed the Apr 20 workshop?
If you were unable to join us this week, but would still like to attend a workshop in the future, register for one of these upcoming workshops.