You can connect to a C3 cluster from any Python session.
- Ensure your python environment is properly enabled. (This is mostly for folks who are using tools like conda)
- Install the DTI provided c3python module using a tool like pip. (You can also clone with git, and install using the setup.py script.
pip install git+
- Import the get_c3 function and create the 'c3' object.
from c3python import get_c3
c3 = get_c3('<vanity_url>', '<tenant>', '<tag>')
- You can now use the 'c3' object as you would in a C3 jupyter container!