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Deepnote as alternative to Jupyter
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From a blog post in the latest PyCodersWeekly newsletter I've seen Deepnote being mentioned as alternative to Jupyter notebooks with added benefit of real-time collaboration. It says it's Jupyter-compatible

I've searched the forum for Deepnote and no result was found. So I've got curious that nobody ever mentioned it. I don't use notebooks, but decided to share Deepnote if someone is interested. Or can share opinion about it.

EDIT: Looking more into it - it seems more alternative to Google Colab, with notebook in the cloud.
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(Jan-05-2021, 09:17 PM)buran Wrote: EDIT: Looking more into it - it seems more alternative to Google Colab, with notebook in the cloud
Look like it,with collaboration features to make that easier.
Will test out some time to see how other features like Code intelligence(intelligent autocomplete) and easier interactive plots(Inbuilt Dataframe Visualization) works.
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"...it runs on the cloud..."

I don't like that.
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Quote:"...it runs on the cloud..."

I don't like that.

Nor do I.

Woz on cloud: https://phys.org/news/2012-08-apple-co-f...cloud.html
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(Jan-08-2021, 09:27 PM)Larz60+ Wrote: Woz on cloud: https://phys.org/news/2012-08-apple-co-f...cloud.html

Oh, such a hypocrisy! How about iCloud?
Also, I wonder, if any of the latest owners of an Apple product really own what they bought.
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