How can i import data from kaggle while not downloading it?


I want to import data from kaggle to my Notebook while not having to download it (So if i share my .ipynb u only need to run the code and it will download it from the internet), but i can’t figure out if it is even possible and which link to copy. Here is the kaggle website:

data = pd.read_csv('link here')

I tried copying the download button link, but it doesn’t work and says: ParserError: Error tokenizing data. C error: Expected 1 fields in line 9, saw 2


1st method

you can head into the dataset page and click on new notebook at the top right corner
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2nd method

open any notebook and click on add data at the right menue

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3rd method

not recommended, since each person that opens the ipynb will have to upload their own token first.

when using colab first download your kaggke json key and do the following steps

  • create a kaggle key, you can go into your settings then head into the account tab and you can find a create new token button in the api section, click on it to download your token.
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  • install the kaggle library
! pip install  kaggle
  • upload your kaggle key or you can put the following code to upload the key
from google.colab import files
  • now you can download your dataset using the following code
!kaggle datasets download -d [user/data-name]

in our example here [user/data-name] is kukuroo3/body-performance-data

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Answered By: hafedh
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