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README.md

datascience-docker

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Containers and material for the hackday at wiseio HQ.

Introduction

If you haven't used Docker before, a good place to start is the Docker User Guide.

Setup

For those running a linux distro, you should be able to apt-get/yum docker. For those on OS X, you'll need to install boot2docker, which adds a virtual machine that docker will/can run in. [http://viget.com/extend/how-to-use-docker-on-os-x-the-missing-guide]("How to Use Docker on OS X: The Missing Guide") is a a good write up on the subject.

Getting Started

The basic Python-centric image is hosted at the Docker Hub. You can grab it:

docker pull wiseio/datascience-base

The README.md in datascience-base/ gives an overview of how to use that image to run a container locally.