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Hackathons

It’s safe to say that most hackathons are organized and attended online. Deepnote is a great tool to help you encourage better collaboration among participants and mentors!

Deepnote provides a wide range of powerful features that make it easy for participants to collaborate, analyze data, and build and deploy machine learning models. Its cloud-based workspace allows team members to easily access and edit their code and data, even if they're not physically in the same location.

Deepnote's free Education plan is available to all students, teachers, and researchers with access to their school email addresses. But we want to help all seekers of data science knowledge and individuals looking to do social good.

If you're planning to use Deepnote for your hackathon and don't have access to a school email, get in touch with us!

Benefits

Some of the key benefits of Deepnote for hackathons include:

Collaboration

Deepnote's collaborative workspace allows multiple participants to work on the same project simultaneously, making it easy to share ideas and work together.

Easy setup

With Deepnote, you don't need to spend valuable time setting up your environment for the participants. You can simply sign up, create your project, invite the rest of your teammates, and get to work.

Data analysis

Deepnote offers a wide range of tools and integrations that make it easy to import and explore data, whether it's stored in a database, spreadsheet, or other format.

Machine learning

Deepnote provides a wide range of machine learning libraries and tools that make it easy for participants to build and deploy models. This can be especially useful for hackathons focusing on data science or artificial intelligence.

Interactive reports and dashboards

Deepnote allows participants to create interactive reports and dashboards that can help them visualize and communicate their findings to judges and other stakeholders.