Kernel dies on Jupyter


#1

Hi, I’m trying to use Jupyter notebook.
When I run these command the kernel dies:

Xdataset = c3.Dataset.fromPython(df_train.drop(“target”, axis=1))
ydataset = c3.Dataset.fromPython(df_train.loc[:, [“target”]])

Do you know what I’m getting wrong?
df_train is a pandas dataframe with shape of (832428,125)

thanks


#2

Hi,

It is most probably an out of memory issue.
If you run the containerized Jupyter, the default value for available RAM is 4GB, which may not be enough for your dataframe + the dataset built from it.
If that is the case, you should ask to increase the memory of the containers.