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Finding a Redash alternative: An intro to Deepnote

By Filip Stollar

Updated on October 27, 2023

Discover how Deepnote's unique blend of SQL, Python, and AI capabilities offers a versatile and powerful alternative to Redash for your data analysis needs.

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⁠If you're in the market for a Redash alternative, it's time to broaden your analytics toolbox. While Redash excels in SQL-centric analytics, you'll find Deepnote to be a multifaceted platform that offers more than just SQL capabilities.⁠ ⁠Deepnote allows you to accommodate various workflows, from data analytics to machine learning, thereby serving not just data analysts but multiple roles within your company. By switching to Deepnote, you're not just replacing one tool with another—you're adopting a new platform that can unlock a wider range of business needs.

SQL and Python united

Rather than limiting yourself to SQL, you have the flexibility to seamlessly integrate it with Python in Deepnote. Execute a SQL query to retrieve data and then employ Python's Pandas library for additional data manipulation, all within a single notebook. More languages expand your analytical options, something not feasible in a SQL-exclusive environment.

Powered by AI

Creating notebooks from scratch can be a laborious task, and writing code line by line? Often repetitive and time-consuming. That's where Deepnote steps in to elevate your workflow. With the power to generate entire notebooks through AI, you get a jump-start on your data analysis journey. But that's not all—meet Deepnote's AI Copilot. This nimble assistant offers real-time, inline suggestions as you code. Let's say you begin to type a SELECT statement; Copilot anticipates your move and predicts that you'll likely join two specific tables. It's not magic; it's technology that's intuitive, helping you breeze through coding tasks.

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No-code visualizations

We get it - not everyone on your team may be well-versed in coding & remembering all the syntax is not always fun. However, you can use Deepnote's visualization blocks that make chart creation a breeze. All you need to do is select data you want to display and use an intiuitive interface to build the chart you want to see. This opens up dashboard creation to anyone in your team.

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Dashboards and reports: A click away

While Redash also allows dashboard creation, Deepnote takes it a step further by letting you instantly transform your notebooks into shareable reports and dashboards. And these aren't just static, lifeless pages. These are interactive, real-time dashboards that breathe life into your data.

How to create a dashboard in Deepnote

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Scheduling: Set it and forget it

Data isn't static; it's ever-changing. That's why Deepnote allows you to schedule your notebooks to refresh based on your timetable. Whether it's daily, weekly, or at some complex interval, your notebooks and dashboards will always reflect the most current data.

What's next?

While Redash has made a name for itself in SQL-based data analysis, Deepnote offers a more holistic, streamlined, and automated experience. From combining SQL and Python to leveraging AI-driven capabilities, Deepnote is redefining how modern data teams operate. Why settle for less when you can have it all?

So, if you haven't yet, it’s time to take Deepnote for a spin. Let the future of data analytics make your life easier, one notebook at a time.

Filip Stollar

Head of Design @ Deepnote

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