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## snorkel

snorkel is a real time data analysis tool, meant to answer questions about the now. At its heart, snorkel is built on the idea that iterative analysis is key to understanding. In other words - when graphs move, it should be easy to drill down on what is happening and why, not a frustrating exercise in adjusting failed queries.

Using [sybil]( as a backend, snorkel can support querying datasets with tens of millions of samples in realtime.

snorkel-lite is a re-implementation of snorkel in python, to read more about why we moved to python from nodejs, [see the motivation docs](

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### Status

June 2019

Initial E2E testing with cypress has been setup, now CircleCI will run e2e tests on snorkel.

Map View has been added, but it is only python2 compatible for now.

Feb 2019

snorkel-lite is now in Alpha status. All but one view (map view) has been ported over from snorkel, data ingestion works and grafana endpoints are compatible. I have switched over from using the original snorkel to using snorkel-lite since November of 2018.

Sept. 2018

Development has started on porting snorkel to python.

### Installation

#### Deployment

The simplest way to deploy snorkel will be to use the snorkel-lite pypi package and [the instructions on the wiki](

#### Development

To develop on snorkel, clone snorkel and get going:

` git clone cd snorkel `

for python2:

` make virtualenv2 source dev2/bin/activate `

for python3:

` make virtualenv3 source dev3/bin/activate `

to finish installation:

` make setup make run `

### configuration

[see docs/](

## documents

[motivation]( and [features](

[try a demo](

[read the quick start](

[usage guide](

[grafana snorkel datasource]( is a plugin for grafana (3.0+) to query snorkel. While this plugin is in early stages, grafana is quite amazing.

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