[Available now] Windows-OSDS/1.0.0 Open Source Data Science VM template

[Available now] Windows-OSDS/1.0.0 Open Source Data Science VM template

Installing software can be quite a hassle, especially if you have to do it over and over again. The feature to create an image of a VM where you have installed your software could provide a nice outcome. To learn more about how you can create your own VM templates see: Create VM Templates for your Workspace

R and Python are open source data science tools that are often used in research. Therefore, we have created a VM template with R and Python pre-installed. With minimum effort you can make these tools work on your VM. See Windows-OSDS/1.0.0 for more information about the template and what is installed. This template is now available for everyone to select when creating a new VM in their workspace

If you want to make use of this template, follow these steps:

Be the Owner of a workspace where you want to deploy this VM template.
  1. Log in to the mydre.org portal and navigate to your workspace.
  2. Click on the green square with the white plus sign.

  1. Select the template Windows-OSDS/1.0.0.
  2. Select the size.
  3. Deploy the VM, it will take about 20 minutes before the VM is deployed.

  1. Read Windows-OSDS/1.0.0 on what you need to do yourself after the VM is deployed.

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