Adding files and notebooks to your workspace

Using GUI

To add files to your workspaces, click on the cloud upload icon present above the middle panel. You can choose the Upload Files or Upload a Notebook option from within the menu in order to upload the data files and notebooks respectively.

Note:

  • If your file size is greater than 100 MB, use the Polly CLI option to upload to the workspace.

File Addition

Figure 8. File Addition

Using CLI

You can use PollyCLI as well to import your data directly within Polly. This is a more convenient option for uploading large data (more than 100 MB in size). The steps for the same are detailed here.

Deleting items within a workspace

Deleting Multiple Files: Select the files that you want to delete through the checkbox. The selection menu will appear on the top right. Click on Delete icon.

Deleting Workspace

Figure 22. Deleting Multiple Files

Confirm by clicking inside the checkbox and then click on Delete to delete your selected files.

Deleting Workspace

Figure 23. Deletion Permission

Deleting a single file: If you need to delete a single file, an alternate option can also be used. Click on the kebab menu present at the right end and choose the Delete option.

Deleting Workspace

Figure 24. Deleting a single file

Renaming a file within workspace

Click across the file you want to rename on the kebab menu. Select the Rename option.

Renaming Workspace

Figure 25. Renaming Workspace

Provide the new name to the file and click on Rename to confirm your changes.

Renaming Workspace

Figure 26. Confirm Renaming

Accessing and Downloading a file within a workspace

  • Using GUI

To access and download files from your workspaces, Click on the file to look at the file details on the right panel. You can look at the versions of the file along with general details like the file size and modifications date.

Note:

  • If your file size is greater than 100 MB, use the Polly CLI option to access and download it.

You can download the file by choosing the Download option provided at the bottom of the panel.

Accessing and Downloading a file

Figure 27. Accessing and Downloading a file

  • Using CLI

You can use PollyCLI as well to import your data directly within Polly. This is a more convenient option for accessing large data (more than 100 MB in size). The steps for the same are detailed here.

Accessing and Restoring an analysis within a workspace

Click on the analysis to look at the file details on the right panel. You can look at your saved states as versions of your analysis along with input details.

Accessing and Restoring an analysis

Figure 28. Accessing and Restoring the saved states

Choose the version through the checkbox and click on the Restore icon to restore the saved state.

Accessing and Restoring an analysis

Figure 29. Accessing and Restoring the analysis

You can also choose to look at the state history by clicking on the History icon. It gives a detailed description of the parameters and the input files used to save the selected state. Restore after reassuration.

Accessing and Restoring an analysis

Accessing and Restoring an analysis

Figure 30. Accessing and Restoring the analysis

For some applications, you can select the algorithm to look at the parameters used for the selected analysis. Click on the History icon and then Retore the selected algorithm.

Accessing and Restoring an analysis

Figure 31. History icon

Accessing and Restoring an analysis

Figure 32. Restoring algorithm

Accessing and Restoring a Pollyglot notebook within a workspace

Select the Polly Notebook you want to launch. You can look at the notebook details on the right panel. If you are running the notebook for the first time, the option Edit and Launch would appear as a default selection to launch the selected notebook. You are required to select an environment and a machine to run the given notebook, once these selections are done you can launch the notebook.

Accessing and Restoring a Notebook

Figure 33. Accessing and Restoring a Notebook

Select the desired Docker Environment from the drop-down menu.

Accessing and Restoring a Notebook

Figure 34. Docker Environment Selection

as well as the Machine Type required to run the job. Once the selections are done, click on Launch.

Accessing and Restoring a Notebook

Figure 35. Machine Type Selection

For an older notebook: You have two options, you can either launch the notebook directly by the Launch button or you can choose to edit it first before launching through the Edit and Launch button.

Note:

  • Under the edit option, you can only change the machine type. The docker environment would remain the same as the one selected when you run the notebook for the first time.

Accessing and Restoring a Notebook

Figure 36. Launch for old notebooks

Starting a New Analysis

Click on the New Analysis option provided at the top of the right panel. You will be redirected to the Application interface where you can select an application to launch.

Starting a New Analysis

Figure 37. Starting a New Analysis

Accessing Documentation

Click on the “?” icon present at the bottom left corner to access documentation.

Accessing Documentation

Figure 38. Accessing Documentation