Google Colab#

Google Colab is a free tool that allows users to run and share Jupyter notebooks on Googleโ€™s servers. It can be useful for quickly trying out models and using GPUs for training and prediction tasks. In the context of Argilla, it can be used for experimenting with pre-trained models, active learning, and computing text embeddings.

You can run all Argilla tutorials using the Open in Colab button at the top of each tutorial page. To use Argilla with Google Colab, the recommended method is to use Hugging Face Spaces, as described in this guide. This is the easiest way to set up Argilla for use with Google Colab. For other installations, we recommend the deployments guide.

If you want to deploy and run Argilla entirely on Google Colab, check this tutorial by Moritz Laurer.