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Evolve Data Refinement to more advanced capabilities
To make Data Refinement more attractive to Data Scientists, more advanced capabilities should be available, like some of the features available in AutoAI today, but still with the opportunity to build models manually. Like Train/Test Split, Encodi...
If the Github repo associated with a project has been pulled to a local machine, and the constituent notebooks edited, there is no native way to pull the changes into the IBM Watson Studio project. This can hamper greatly appreciate collaboration ...
Request An Option to Disable data download in CP4D (for sensitive data)
Customer wants to build a LAB platform using Cloud Pak for data. There, the customer provides data to their clients. Clients will be able to play with data on cp4d, build AI model freely, but not allow to download data and take it out, as the data...
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