How to Undo in Google Colab

Google Colab is an excellent platform for machine learning applications. It’s built on top of the Jupyter notebook environment, which provides a rich set of features for data scientists. It runs entirely in the cloud, making it easier for users to learn machine learning applications without the hassle of installing on their own machine. It has several pre-installed libraries, including those for machine learning. Its interface is also quite similar to the Jupyter notebook. However, some of the keyboard shortcuts are a bit different.

One of the best features of Colab is the ability to save files directly on the Google Drive. This means you can store your code and other files on the cloud and share it with others. Another advantage is the ability to mount Jupyter notebooks on your computer. This is especially useful for data science programs and computationally intensive programming.

In addition to saving and sharing files on the web, you can access the same files on the desktop. For example, if you have a Colab document on Google Drive, you can edit the file with a full-featured VSCode editor, or insert code to display charts and other outputs. You can also open and edit other people’s Google Colab documents on your computer. You can even publish your notebook to GitHub.

You can import your Python code from GitHub into Google Colab. This involves installing the Google Colab extension on your browser. After you install the extension, you will need to enter an authorization code. You can use the Chrome browser to do this.

Once you’ve done this, you’ll have a new tab in your browser. You’ll also see a Terminal icon on your page. You can change the icon to a separate tab by clicking on Ellipsis. You can also switch the page layout by clicking on the Change button. You can also open and close the Colab panel by clicking the Close button.

To start, make sure you’re logged in to your Google Drive account. If you don’t have a Gmail account, you’ll need to create an account. After creating an account, you’ll get a pop-up box. Just follow the instructions to authorize the browser. You can then use the Google Drive extension to open and edit files.

In addition to using the Chrome extension, you can also copy and paste your files into the Google Colab interface. You can import and export your data and other files to and from Google Drive, using a native REST API. You can also load libraries, add and delete directories, and customize your keyboard shortcuts. You can also set up desktop notifications.

In addition, you can run a variety of shell commands. You can also run javascript code. If you’d like, you can even mount your Google Drive and your Jupyter notebooks on your computer. There’s even a special scratch notebook that lets you do that.

Lastly, you can customize your Colab notebook with custom widgets. You can even save collections of snippets that you’ve found useful in any particular Colab notebook.