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How to share a Jupyter notebook

By Nick Barth

Updated on March 6, 2024

Sharing a Jupyter notebook can be efficiently accomplished through Deepnote. Deepnote is a collaborative data science platform that allows multiple users to work on Jupyter notebooks simultaneously. To share your notebook via Deepnote, first, sign up and log in to the platform. Next, create a new project and import your local Jupyter notebook by uploading the `.ipynb` file. Once uploaded, you can invite collaborators by clicking on the 'Share' button and entering their email addresses or generating a shareable link. With this link, your peers can access the notebook, make real-time edits, and even leave comments, facilitating a seamless collaborative environment.

Deepnote's capabilities extend beyond collaboration on Jupyter notebooks; it also enables users to share their data science projects as public apps. By selecting the 'Publish' feature, you can turn your notebook into a public app, allowing anyone with the link to view and interact with your work. This function is particularly useful for those who wish to showcase their findings, run demos, or provide interactive tools without requiring viewers to log in or download the notebook.

Nick Barth

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Nick has been interested in data science ever since he recorded all his poops in spreadsheet, and found that on average, he pooped 1.41 times per day. When he isn't coding, or writing content, he spends his time enjoying various leisurely pursuits.

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