Our Linux VMs are installed with Rodeo version 2.5, as of the last update. Rodeo is a lightweight, Python based, IDE for data science. It has a very streamlined code-to-plot workflow, with easily extensible packages that make it simple to analyze difficult patterns in data. It includes many data analysis features under one roof, and adopts features from iPython Notebook (it actually runs atop the iPython kernel). Like most Python projects, it is open source and available for free.
You can launch Rodeo from the Applications menu. It is a self contained IDE that would not require any knowledge of the command line. Rodeo can be used in the same manner as any other Python IDE such as iPython Notebook or Jupyter Notebook.
Basic Rodeo Usage
It is important to understand that all Python code, such as lists, Dataframes, etc. are saved to the Environment. We then use the Environment tab to view our data.
E.g. if you create a Dataframe
df = pd.DataFrame(np.random.rand(50,3),columns=['col1','col2','col3'])
You can then open the
Environment tab to view this in tabular form.
Command History in Rodeo
All commands can be viewed under the
For more information, please visit the official Rodeo website