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Galileo Jupyter: Tools for analyzing galileo experiments

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galileo-jupyter

Tools for analyzing galileo experiments.

Configuration

Create a $HOME/.galileojp and fill with environment variables that configure the database access to galileo-db. For example:

galileo_expdb_driver=mixed

galileo_expdb_mysql_host=localhost
galileo_expdb_mysql_port=3307
galileo_expdb_mysql_db=galileo
galileo_expdb_mysql_user=galileo
galileo_expdb_mysql_password=mypassword
galileo_expdb_influxdb_url=http://localhost:8086
galileo_expdb_influxdb_token=...
galileo_expdb_influxdb_timeout=10000
galileo_expdb_influxdb_org=galileo
galileo_expdb_influxdb_org_id=...

Usage

Then you can run

from galileojp.frames import MixedExperimentFrameGateway

efg = MixedExperimentFrameGateway.from_env()
efg.telemetry('my-exp-id') # returns a dataframe containing the telemetry for the given experiment

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