Easily Check the Directory Size in Google Drive

Google Drive and Google Colab
  1. Open Google Colab
  2. Upload the provided notebook
  3. Enter the path into the easy-to-use widget

Open Google Colab and Upload the Notebook

You will see this window when opening Google Colab. Press the “Upload” tab which is highlighted in the image
Notebook is now uploaded
Running the cell will result in this prompt
Permissions required for Google Colab to access your Google Drive. Click “Allow”
Copy and paste the code that is given (Note: I censored most of mine to be safe)
Successful Google Drive mount
Drive’s folders are grey by default. Colab notebooks are stored in a yellow folder.

How to Find the Directory Path and Calculate Directory Size

Opening the Notebook Again

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