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How to Download Kaggle Datasets into Jupyter Notebook

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  • Last Updated : 09 Jun, 2022

In this article, we will see how to Download Kaggle Datasets using Jupyter Notebook.

Getting Started

Here, we are going to cover two different methods to start working with Jupyter Notebook. In the first method, we will use Kaggle API to download our dataset, and after that, we are good to go to use our dataset. In another method, we manually download from the Kaggle website and use our dataset for our production or analysis data.

Method 1: Downloading Kaggle Dataset in Jupyter Notebook

Step 1: Download and Install the required packages. 

!pip install opendatasets
pip install pandas

Step 2: Visit www.kaggle.com. Go to your profile and click on account. 

How to Download Kaggle Datasets into Jupyter Notebook

 

Step 3: On the following page you will see an API section, where you will find a “Create New API Token” click on it, and it will download a kaggle.json file in which you will get your username and key. we will use username and key in our next step.

 

Step 4: Open your Jupyter Notebook, Import the opendatasets library, and download your Kaggle dataset by pasting the link on it.

Python3




import opendatasets as od
import pandas
 
od.download(
    "https://www.kaggle.com/datasets/muratkokludataset/\
    acoustic-extinguisher-fire-dataset")

Output:

 

Step 5: Now we are ready to use our dataset. 

Python3




import pandas as pds
 
# reading the XLSX file
file =('Acoustic_Extinguisher_Fire_Dataset/\
Acoustic_Extinguisher_Fire_Dataset.xlsx')
newData = pds.read_excel(file)
 
# displaying the contents of the XLSX file
newData.head()

Output:

 

 

Method 2: By manually downloading the Kaggle dataset

Step 1: Visit the Kaggle website and Select the Dataset tab.

 

Step 2: Select any Dataset and Click on the Download.

 

Step 3: The downloaded file will be in Zip form, Unzip it.

Step 4: Upload to Your Jupyter Notebook.

 

Step 5: Now you are ready to use your Kaggle dataset.

 


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