This video is the last part in a series of videos that show how to set up a Windows virtual machine (instance) using Amazon Web Services and then provision it with Python and R (and some additional software) so that it can serve as a platform for doing some data science. In this video I do some checking to see whether or not the software we installed in the last video works and I also show how to create an AWS AMI (Amazon Machine Image) which will allow new instances to be launched that are already fully provisioned (and also serves as a back-up of the work done provisioning the instance).
See the previous video in this series for instructions on installing the software.
The video is about 15 minutes long.
At time 1:28, the video discusses moving from the Start Screen to the All Apps screen. As discussed in the Step 3 video, the method shown in this video is obsolete and replaced by a small white arrow in a circle at the bottom left of the Start Screen.