- Version: 0.9.4
- Released: Dec 2018
Eskapade is a light-weight, python-based data analysis framework, meant for modularizing all sorts of data analysis problems into reusable analysis components. For documentation on Eskapade, please go to this link.
Eskapade-Environment contains two configurations for run environments for Eskapade, currently docker and vagrant.
Set environment variables of ROOT in Dockerfile, so ROOT is known in Jupyter at startup.
Bump up to
Eskapade-Core v0.9.3: perfection of eskapade_bootstrap.
In Eskapade-Core v0.9.3 the eskapade_bootstrap method has been severely upgraded. Running this command will generate you a new (Eskapade) project directory with a working link, macro, tests, entry-point scripts, and setup.py file!
Bump up to
Eskapade-Core v0.9.2 and
Fixed the unit test of eskapade_bootstrap.
Bump up to
Eskapade-Core v0.9.1 and
Eskapade v0.9.1, which have an updated version of
In version 0.9 of Eskapade (December 2018) the core modules have been split off into a separate package:
This way, the Eskapade version no longer controls the version numbers of the published containers at dockerhub,
which can now be set and updated stand-alone.
kave/eskapade-usr:0.9.0docker image contains the following versions:
Eskapade-ROOT v0.9.0, and
In version 0.8.6 of Eskapade (December 2018) the docker and vagrant configurations have been taken out of the Eskapade repository, and put into this separate package. This way, the Eskapade version no longer controls the version numbers of the published containers at dockerhub, which can now be set and updated stand-alone.
Also since version 0.8.6:
kave/eskapade-usr:0.8.6docker image contains the following versions:
Eskapade-ROOT v0.8.5, and
eskapade-usrdocker is built on top of the jupyter pyspark notebook,
which is well maintained, and no longer on KPMG's own
eskapade-env(root-only) docker is no longer required and maintained.
Eskapade requires Python 3 and is pip friendly. However Eskapade-ROOT and Eskapade-Spark require, you guessed it, ROOT and Spark, which are available in the run environments.
The Eskapade docker image typically contains the latest versions of the Eskapade packages. Type:
$ docker pull kave/eskapade-usr:latest
to pull it in.
docker/directory for additional instructions.
For vagrant, check the
vagrantdirectory for detailed set-up instructions.
See release notes for previous versions of Eskapade.
Contact and support
Contact us at: kave [at] kpmg [dot] com
Please note that the KPMG Eskapade group provides support only on a best-effort basis.