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Download Data to Jarvislabs.ai instances

You can download data to your Jarvislabs.ai GPU/CPU powered instances in multiple ways. Lets looks at some options.

  • Wget (Simple and fast)
  • Using Curl Wget
  • Downloading from Kaggle

Downloading using wget

Open Terminal from JupyterLab, and use wget + link to download any publicly available datasets.

# Downloading CIFAR10 dataset
wget https://s3.amazonaws.com/fast-ai-sample/cifar10.tgz

Downloading using CurlWget

Steps to download data from Kaggle Dataset, Google Drive or from other data sources to Jarvislabs.ai instance using CurlWget extension.

Downloading data from Kaggle

Kaggle provides an API which helps you to

  • Download Kaggle datasets
  • Upload to Kaggle datasets - Useful, when you want to upload your model
  • Make Kaggle submissions
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Interested in learning more about Kaggle API check the docs here.

Install Kaggle API

Open terminal.

pip install kaggle --upgrade

Setup Kaggle API

In Kaggle page go to the Account tab of your user profile and select Create API Token. This will trigger the download of kaggle.json, a file containing your API credentials. Place this file in the location ~/.kaggle/kaggle.json.

If you have uploaded using JupyterLab, use the below commands to copy it to the required location.

mkdir .kaggle
mv kaggle.json .kaggle/
chmod 600 ~/.kaggle/kaggle.json

Downloading Kaggle dataset

Open terminal, and replace feedback-prize-2021 with the competition you are participating.

kaggle competitions download -c feedback-prize-2021

Uploading Kaggle dataset

You can use Kaggle API to upload datasets from Jarvislabs.ai instance to Kaggle datasets.

kaggle datasets init -p /path/to/dataset
kaggle datasets create -p /path/to/dataset

Update an existing dataset

kaggle datasets version -p /path/to/dataset -m "Updated data"

Uploading to GDrive/Google drive

Upload files to Google Drive from Jarvislabs.ai instance terminal

  1. Download the latest release of gdrive by using wget form below link.
wget https://github.com/prasmussen/gdrive/releases/download/2.1.1/gdrive_2.1.1_linux_386.tar.gz
  1. Unzip the archive using the following command.
tar -xvf gdrive_2.1.1_linux_386.tar.gz
  1. Execute the command
./gdrive about
  1. Click the authentication URL shown in the terminal and choose your gdrive account. Once you authenticate the app, copy the generated auth token and paste it in the teminal.

  2. Now you can upload files to google drive using below command.

./gdrive upload  /home/{file path}