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Public examples for the SKIL Platform (client examples, notebooks, etc). Versioned for each release.
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SKIL Examples

This repository contains public examples for the SKIL Platform. It contains basic tutorials and guides, as well as complete SKIL applications and notebooks that can be imported and run from SKIL.

Getting started

For each application shown here you need a running SKIL instance. SKIL CE is free and can be downloaded and installed in a few simple steps. You'll find more about the specific requirements of each application in the respective folders.

Applications and tutorials

  • CLI tutorial: A four-step, lightning introduction to the SKIL command line interface. You'll analyze the input data, deploy a transform process, then deploy a model and finish by testing SKIL's REST client. (Command line & Java)
  • [Clinical LSTM application](( This example shows how to train a recurrent neural network written with DL4J on electronic health record data and deploy it with SKIL. (Java)
  • SKIL deployment with Docker: This example shows how import and deploy a TensorFlow model to SKIL, all within a Docker container. (Docker & Python)
  • Fraud detection application: In this application you'll learn how to build an anomaly detection system to recognize fraudulent behaviour. (Python notebook)
  • CIFAR model deployment: This basic workflow example shows you how to deploy a Keras model trained on the CIFAR dataset. (Python).
  • Salesforce app: Salesforce SKIL application
  • Sequence classification app: This application shows you a detailed example of a sequence classification problem on synthetic control chart time series. (Java)
  • Object detection app: In this application you'll learn how the You only look once (YOLO) model can be used for real-time object detection within SKIL. (Java)


All notebooks found in the notebook folder of this repository contain Zeppelin notebooks in JSON format that can be imported into any SKIL experiment.

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