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In the previous blog post, we added the UI to the identity server, but we did not add the user to the server for authentication. So let's go ahead and add some users to test it out.

To add a test user to Identity Server, Identity Server created a class called Test User. So we need to use it and create the list of users.

Now that we have a Test user configured with the JWT claims(We will talk about it in upcoming blog) . We need to add it to the configuration to identity server for the system to recognize the user.

Once added now you can authenticate the user using the OpenID. In the next blog lets add the Identity server to the consuming application and work on the Login process.



Hugging Face Datasets uses Apache arrow for manipulating the data and to add a column hugging face has provided an extension to do so.

This got released in the latest version of the library as of the blog publishing date.

Add New Column

Code is straightforward for doing the same but with few minor observations.

When you load the datasets you get a DataSetDict which provides a dictionary of datasets and you have to choose the key. for eg in the above code, you can find it as a train

Happy coding !!!



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Hugging face datasets provide a nice interface to load different types of ML datasets. It comes with a cleaner interface to load, process, and save data.


You can use the following pip command to install the Datasets library.

pip install datasets

Load Data

To load CSV data, You need to use the load_datasets interface for the same.

Save/Convert to_csv

To Save or convert to CSV, You can use the following code.