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Sharing data via the cloud

Tips: When you put stuff in the cloud it's good to use your short URL in the URI (or copy it in after to shrink down the link length and scariness): ...
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CloudDeploy a Manipulate with dependent functions

The quick fix is to use Manipulate's SaveDefinitions, making it responsible for storing dependencies: ...
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Making a website with Mathematica

In my opinion, Mathematica's XML template feature makes this quite easy. You'd write your HTML code for each page using XML templates, and then populate the templates with data as necessary using <...
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A tour of AWSLink?

I haven't used these submarined functions for EC2, but I have found the S3 functionalities in this package to be extremely useful. Since there is currently no documentation in v11.3, I thought at the ...
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Stylesheets & Wolfram Cloud

They work, but you need to a) write stylesheet notebook expression or b) edit in desktop > upload and then set StyleDefinitions programmatically. Additionally <...
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Wolfram Cloud slowdown

I'm not sure yet what exactly changed – maybe the underlying "Reference.nb" stylesheet or our handling of N or Inherited (see ...
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Making a website with Mathematica

This is not an anwser to produce live/production code for websides. (yet) I guess it's not what you want because its not very sophisticated but one could use MMA to make a good html code emitter ...
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Making a website with Mathematica

This small note describes the method I use. I've been using this method for years. (all of my web site is written in Latex actually, and converted to HTML. First I used to use latex2html then switched ...
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Putting package documentation on Wolfram Cloud

Good to hear it (almost) works! The header is a docked cell, so, to remove it, you could evaluate SetOptions[EvaluationNotebook[], DockedCells->{}] in the ...
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Training Neural Networks on Cloud GPUs (Wolfram Cloud / AWS / Paperspace /etc)

No need to export to MXNet, put your neural net on a wl script instead and run it on AWS. Install CDFPlayer for linux on a Deep-Learning Ubuntu AMI on a EC2 GPU-compute instance, then download and ...
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How can I make a webpage where people can evaluate my code?

I made use of an undocumented API for Mathematica cloud notebooks to write a little set of JavaScript functions that can be used to do just this, parsing Mathematica cells out of a browser URL. I then ...
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How do I download all files I have in Wolfram Cloud to my desktop?

You can use CloudObjects and CloudDirectory to find your files: ...
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Making a website with Mathematica

I thought I'd just briefly lay out what I do so people don't have to go to the link to my blog post in the question. The packages for all this junk are here, here, and here. Look for the things with <...
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Embed free cloud notebook in web page

Fun Example I've made use of that here. I stuck the notebook in an accordion with an opener-thumb so I could generally display the page with it closed: But people reading the tutorial can click on ...
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CloudDeploy Manipulate Plot

As we discovered Cloud's FrontEnd can't handle big numbers so well. Pity because the controller does not really operate in those ranges. You can only ask WRI Support about this issue, or design your ...
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Training Neural Networks on Cloud GPUs (Wolfram Cloud / AWS / Paperspace /etc)

With version 12.2, this functionality now exists using RemoteBatchSubmit and related functionality. From the release notes: ...
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How to export a Dataset to JSON or CSV?

What you are getting is not "CDF format" but a Mathematica Dataset. You should also note that you are trying to convert and serve a dataset that has 45716 entries. ...
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CloudPut vs CloudSave vs CloudExport vs CloudPublish vs

This is largely answered by this guide page: https://reference.wolfram.com/language/guide/CloudFunctionsAndDeployment.html But I'll give a slightly expanded version of that. You can think of the I-O ...
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Ensuring that a file uploaded via FormFunction is of a particular type

Instead of having FormFunction directly convert CSV input into a table of values, upload the CSV file to a CloudObject and do the CSV import in the cloud: ...
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How to make APIFunction accept parameters from body?

Ultimately the body can be extracted by using HTTPRequestData HTTPRequestData[] will return an ...
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Clean package update for API/FormFunctions on Wolfram Cloud

Edit: For more on this Context trick see this: Importing an mx file into a context And just as full disclosure here's a note on it circumventing ...
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Installing Paclets in Mathematica online?

Upload the file TensorSimplify.m to Base/Applications in your WolframCloud. Then ...
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Does pure file uploading/downloading from Wolfram Cloud consume cloud credits?

Credits are not deducted for file operations like CopyFile, FileExistsQ and fetching cloud objects like ...
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Wolfram Cloud deployment obstacles

Avoid string representation of boxes I narrowed down the code to displaying "\!\(\*SuperscriptBox[\(x\), 2]\)" or simpler "\!2" ...
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curl in Mathematica, google link-shortener

Many URL* functions overlap with functionality so there there are many ways. Here is an example which returns a list of rules: ...
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Can I Import data into Google Spreadsheet using a Wolfram Cloud API?

Yes, it's possible to do that. Here is a toy code. ...
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Which fonts are supported in Wolfram Cloud?

A partial and likely incomplete answer to this is the following: ...
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Build API without the WolframCloud?

Currently APIFunction / CloudDeploy works only with the Public Cloud or an Enterprise Private Cloud. So either you need an EPC ...
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Calling APIFunction from Javascript

This should work: First use a named CloudObject (that way you don't have to constantly update your web page every time you make changes to your ...
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CloudDeploy a Manipulate with dependent functions

Another "Wolfram approved" and working solution can be modeled from examples in the Wolfram demonstrations project like this: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheVigenereCipher/. The trick is to use "...
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