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I think this post may be obsolete now. DSX (IBM Data Science Experience)
has a much more functional "Insert to Code" that handles this issue very
nicely. I suggest that the author import his notebook to DSX (a one-click
process) and take advantage of this (and many other) features.
Dr. Jeremy Bloom
Offering Manager, IBM Advanced Analytics
Jeremy , Lets get some time with Spark team they are driving the notebook integration - Riz
I found an alternative way to access the object store at https://developer.ibm.com/recipes/tutorials/using-ibm-object-storage-in-bluemix-with-python/
However, it requires two libraries that are not part of the standard notebook environment, swiftclient and keystoneclient. I have not found a way to load these libraries. Someone suggested they should go in a requirements.txt, but I have not found out how to attach such a file to the notebook.
Since Bluemix wants to promote using object store, how about making these libraries part of the standard environment?