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How to make a clean uninstall of DSS on Mac?

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UserBird
Dataiker
Dataiker
How to make a clean uninstall of DSS on Mac?
Hi,

How can I delete Data Science Studio application and all the settings file on Mac OS X?
I want to start with a new fresh install.
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jereze
Dataiker Alumni

Hi,

In a normal installation of Dataiku DSS on Mac OS X, two folders would be used:

    • /Applications/DataScienceStudio.app : it is the Data Science Studio application
    • ~/Library/DataScienceStudio : it is where DSS installs your settings, managed datasets, logs... (read more about the DATADIR)

 

Here is the clean uninstall process step-by-step:

    • Make sure that DSS is stopped
    • Open Finder, open the Applications folder.
    • Find DataScienceStudio and delete it.
    • Open Finder again, option-click the Go menu, hold down the Option key (alt key), click on Library.

    • Find DataScienceStudio and delete it.



To reinstall DSS from scratch, you can now download the DMG file on www.dataiku.com

Jeremy, Product Manager at Dataiku

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jereze
Dataiker Alumni

Hi,

In a normal installation of Dataiku DSS on Mac OS X, two folders would be used:

    • /Applications/DataScienceStudio.app : it is the Data Science Studio application
    • ~/Library/DataScienceStudio : it is where DSS installs your settings, managed datasets, logs... (read more about the DATADIR)

 

Here is the clean uninstall process step-by-step:

    • Make sure that DSS is stopped
    • Open Finder, open the Applications folder.
    • Find DataScienceStudio and delete it.
    • Open Finder again, option-click the Go menu, hold down the Option key (alt key), click on Library.

    • Find DataScienceStudio and delete it.



To reinstall DSS from scratch, you can now download the DMG file on www.dataiku.com

Jeremy, Product Manager at Dataiku
Orbifold
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FYI: on MacOS Sierra this is now SHIFT instead of Options/ALT.
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