Importing a project
You can create a project that is preloaded with assets.
You can import a project:
Importing a project from a local file
You can only import a project from a file that was exported from Watson Studio. You cannot manually add other assets to a project file before you import it. After the import is finished, you can view the project import summary to check whether all the assets were successfully imported. The status of a project export is also tracked on the project’s Overview page.
Before you begin working with the imported assets in your new project, you check for missing credentials, for example in notebooks and for data connections, to enable successful relinking between the assets.
Check the project readme on the Overview page of project for information about the assets that are included in the project import.
Importing a project from a sample
Creating a project from a project sample is a convenient way for you to learn how to work with data in tools, such as notebooks to prepare data, analyze data, build and train models, and visualize analysis results.
The provided project samples show you how to use notebooks in Watson Studio. The samples show, for example how to load and explore data, to create and train machine learning models for predictive analysis and how to prescribe further actions. Each project includes the notebook and all the data sets that you need to complete the example use case.
Check the project readme on the Overview page of your project for a short description of the analytics use case of the added assets and the data analysis methods that you will learn to apply.