Recently, Kaggle released a feature that allows their kernels - the hosted Jupyter notebooks that power their competitions - to access Google BigQuery. The blog post that provides an overview points to an example tutorial kernel, “How to use BigQuery in Kaggle Kernels”.
To get set up and use this kernel, the assumption was made that one had already done the following:
- Set up a Google Cloud Platform account
- Uploaded the sample data from one of their competitions …