Python SDK

Getting up and running with the Superwise SDK

Superwise's SDK is a standard Python package that simplifies the integration with Superwise and streams data to the Superwise platform.

Link for the SDK reference guide

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Python SDK Reference Guide

You can find more information about each function and method in our Python SDK reference guide.

Pre-requisites

Minimum Python version supported by the recent SDK is 3.7 and above

Installation

pip install -U superwise

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Environment variables

There are 2 environment variables used to identify and authenticate your connection:

  1. SUPERWISE_CLIENT_ID
  2. SUPERWISE_SECRET

Read here more on how to generate them.

Package structure

Superwise object - create an instance of a Superwise object to interact with the Superwise APIs.

import os
from superwise import Superwise

os.environ['SUPERWISE_CLIENT_ID'] = 'REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_CLIENT'
os.environ['SUPERWISE_SECRET'] = 'REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_SECRET'

sw = Superwise()

All APIs will now be accessible under the sw instance. For example, all task APIs (create, get, etc.) can be found under the sw.task object.

Each object uses a Superwise model, which is an internal SDK representation of a given piece of data.

from superwise.models.model import Model

diamond_model = Model(
    name="Diamond Model",
    description="Regression model which predict the diamond price"
)

diamond_model = sw.model.create(diamond_model)
print(f"New task Created - {diamond_model.id}")

Task has properties such as id, title, etc. You can use the get_properties() method to pull a list of all properties for a specific object.

print(diamond_model.get_properties())

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