What is Google Colab:
Google Colab is a free Jupyter notebook environment that runs entirely in the cloud.
Colab, or "Colaboratory", allows you to write and execute Python in your browser, with
How to start with Google Colab:
The document you are reading is not a static web page, but an interactive environment called a Colab notebook that lets you write and execute code.
For example, here is a code cell with a short Python script that computes a value, stores it in a variable, and prints the result:
[ ] seconds_in_a_day = 24 * 60 * 60
To execute the code in the above cell, select it with a click and then either press the play button to the left of the code, or use the keyboard shortcut "Command/Ctrl+Enter". To edit the code, just click the cell and start editing.
Variables that you define in one cell can later be used in other cells:
[ ] seconds_in_a_week = 7 * seconds_in_a_day
Colab notebooks allow you to combine executable code and rich text in a single document, along with images, HTML, LaTeX and more. When you create your own Colab notebooks, they are stored in your Google Drive account. You can easily share your Colab notebooks with co-workers or friends, allowing them to comment on your notebooks or even edit them. To learn more, see Overview of Colab. To create a new Colab notebook you can use the File menu above, or use the following link: create a new Colab notebook.
Colab notebooks are Jupyter notebooks that are hosted by Colab. To learn more about the Jupyter project, see jupyter.org.
Get started with Google Colaboratory (Coding TensorFlow)
Google Colab: Interactive Tables, The Executed Code History View, And The Command Palette
If you're already familiar with Colab, check out this video to learn about interactive tables, the executed code history view, and the command palette.