Pipeline orchestration tool with Pandas support
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Orca

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Orca is a pipeline orchestration tool that allows you to define dynamic data sources and explicitly connect them to processing functions. Orca has many features for working with Pandas data structures, but it can be used with anything.

Learn more in the official docs at https://udst.github.io/orca/.

Building the Orca UI JS Bundle

Orca ships with a bundle of JavaScript for the server UI. If you've installed Orca from pip or conda you already have the bundle, but if you're working on Orca you might need to build it manually:

  • Make sure nodejs is installed. (I use Homebrew on my Mac.)
  • Install gulp: npm install -g gulp
  • Change directories to orca/server/static
  • Run npm install to install dependencies
  • Build the bundle: gulp js-build, or
  • Watch JS files to rebuild the bundle on changes: gulp js-watch