Notebook or Scripts on Kaggle?

What is a Kernel?

Kernels contain both

  • the code that is needed for analysis
  • and the analysis itself!
"Kaggle Kernels is a cloud computational environment that enables reproducible and collaborative analysis. Kernels supports scripts in R and Python, Jupyter Notebooks, and RMarkdown reports. Go to the Kernels tab to view all of the publicly shared code on this competition. For more on how to use Kernels to learn data science, visit the Tutorials tab. "

There are two types of Kernels on Kaggle:
  1. Notebook
  2. Scripts

Script or notebook depends on what you are trying to achieve, If you were me then start with a notebook and move to a Script!


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