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How to connect to Google Sheets

By Nick Barth

Updated on March 6, 2024

In the world of data analysis and collaboration, Deepnote offers an exceptional platform for Jupyter notebooks, empowering users to analyze data collaboratively. Connecting Google Sheets to your notebook enhances its capabilities by enabling direct access to Google Sheets within the Deepnote environment.

Advantages of connecting Google Sheets to Deepnote:

  1. Python and Sheets: Enjoy the power of Python and SQL with your Google Sheet
  2. Streamlined data access: Directly import data stored in Google Sheets into Deepnote for analysis.
  3. Real-time collaboration: Collaborate on Google Sheets and analyze the data simultaneously within Deepnote.
  4. Data synchronization: Keep your analysis up-to-date by syncing Google Sheets data directly to Deepnote notebooks.

Steps to connect Google Sheets to Deepnote:

Follow these steps to seamlessly integrate Google Sheets with Deepnote:

Step 1: Log in to Deepnote

Access Deepnote and log in to your account. If you're new to Deepnote, creating an account is a quick and simple process.

Step 2: Create or open a project

Start by creating a new project or opening an existing one where you intend to connect Google Sheets.

Step 3: Refer to Deepnote's documentation

Deepnote offers comprehensive documentation for integrating Google Sheets. Visit Deepnote's Google Sheets documentation for detailed guidance on this integration.

Step 4: Follow the integration instructions

Refer to the provided documentation to link your Google Sheets to your Deepnote project. This typically involves authenticating your Google account and granting necessary permissions.

Step 5: Access Google Sheets data in Deepnote

Once the integration is complete, you can seamlessly access your Google Sheets data directly within your Deepnote project. This includes spreadsheets, data tables, and other information stored in your Google Sheets.

Utilizing Google Sheets within Deepnote:

After successfully connecting Google Sheets to Deepnote, explore these functionalities:

  1. Data import: Import data directly from Google Sheets into your Deepnote notebooks for analysis.
  2. Real-time collaboration: Work on Google Sheets collaboratively within Deepnote, allowing multiple users to edit and analyze data simultaneously.
  3. Analysis and visualization: Leverage Deepnote's analytical capabilities to perform complex data analysis and visualization using Google Sheets data.


Connecting Google Sheets to a Jupyter Notebook, such as Deepnote significantly enhances the collaborative and data analysis potential of Jupyter notebooks. By following these simple steps, users can seamlessly integrate their Google Sheets data into Deepnote, bridging the gap between data stored in Google's spreadsheet software and the powerful analysis environment of Deepnote.

In conclusion, integrating Google Sheets with Deepnote is an accessible process that amplifies data analysis capabilities, fostering a seamless workflow for collaborative data analysis and interpretation.

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