Projects

A project is how you organize your resources to work with data.

If you have the Watson Studio app, your project resources can include:

If you have only the Watson Knowledge Catalog app, your resources can include:

When you create a project, you have the Admin role and full control over the project. If you have the Editor role, you can add assets and collaborators to a project.

You can see notifications about changes to all your projects in the notification bell in the banner. Click the bell to see your notifications or change your notification settings.

Overview page

The Overview page provides this information about the project:

  • A summary of storage usage.
  • The number of assets, and collaborators.
  • A list of recent notifications for the project.
  • A readme file to document the project, at the bottom of the page. The readme file uses standard Markdown formatting. You must have the Admin or Editor role to edit the readme.

Assets

If you have Admin or Editor permissions on a project, you can add assets by choosing the asset type from the Add to project menu. Not sure what type of asset you need? See About assets.

If you have the Watson Studio app, you can add these types of assets:

If you have only the Watson Knowledge Catalog app, you can add these types of assets:

If you have Admin permissions on a project, you can remove assets. See Remove assets.

Environments

On the Environments page, you can define the hardware size and software configuration for the runtime environments that you can associated with some analytic assets, such as notebooks. See Environments.

Access Control

If you have the Admin role in a project, you can add collaborators, change collaborator permissions, or remove collaborators from that project on the Access Control page. You can also leave a project.

Settings

If you have the Admin role in a project, you can manage the project settings on the Settings page:

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