These 10 videos will let you explore such basic functions of IBM Watson Studio such as getting started, intro to notebooks, collaboration, data storage and connection, and more.
Explore The Data Lab

Getting started

Create a standard project

Explore community and core functionality

Add and permission collaborators

Work with data connections

Manage object storage

Publish notebooks to GitHub

Load and analyze public data sets

Discovering Data Science with Romeo Kienzler
Tackle the most difficult challenges in data science.

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developerWorks Live Webcasts
Live coding demos, webinars, and “ask me anythings”.

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IBM Watson Studio
Master the art of data science and AI in a social environment.

4 comments on"IBM Watson Studio: The Basics"

  1. Guillaume Germain May 28, 2018

    Sorry but the links to videos do not work.
    I tried with safari on Mac

    • video embeds have been fixed. Thanks for letting us know about it.

      • Guillaume Germain June 02, 2018

        Hmm sorry for being the bad news messenger, but it still does not work
        The following kind of error msg appears:
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        Maybe you can add a direct link to the youtube page?

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