Administrators can create a snapshot of their workspace to create points-in-time in their research activities to refer back to at a later date. Snapshots can be easily created at any time by the option provided in the web interface, allowing you to record a comment to save along with your snapshot. For example, once you’ve reached a point in your work where you’ve manipulated your data and are ready to test your model, you can use the snapshot functionality to save the state of the data in the workspace before progressing.
Creating a workspace snapshot
To create a workspace snapshot select Create Snapshot found in the Tools menu.
Users are required to provide a comment detailing the snapshot. Pressing Start will begin creating the snapshot. You will see a pop-up panel stating that the process for creating the snapshot has started.
Snapshots are created as .ZIP archives and will contain all files found in the workspace, such as tables exported as .csv files, datafiles, scripts, documents and mini-apps. Snapshots are saved as “workspace_name_date_time.zip” files, and are placed in the Snapshots folder. You can access this folder in the virtual desktop by navigating to the workspace file system. You can now move the snapshot and extract all files for further use/analysis.
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- What do I need to know?
- Working with workspaces
- Role-based access control
- Loading data into workspace
- Uploading data using the web interface
- Uploading data using SFTP
- Before you can upload data
- Preparing CSV files for uploading with SFTP
- The file name
- Contents of the CSV file
- Using table definition files with SFTP uploads
- The format of the table definition file
- The table definition element
- Data transformation during upload processes
- Working with data
- Working with files
- To upload files using SFTP
- To upload file-based data
- Creating a new file
- Adding and deleting files
- Downloading a file to your computer
- Opening, editing, and saving files
- Working with SQL files
- Working with R
- Working with LaTex markdown files .rnw
- Creating a report script
- Editing a report script
- Loading the ‘knitr’ library
- Generating a report from a script
- Viewing a generated report and optionally saving it to the workspace
- Making an image file available to a report script
- Working with mini-apps
- Enabling collaboration
- AirLock – managed data export and sharing
- Virtual desktop functionality
- Workspace snapshot
- Reviewing audit information