Connect any GitHub repository to your project
Attach a public or private GitHub repository to your Deepnote project. Browse all the files and easily use git commands like pull, commit, push or others.Trusted by data scientists at
GitHub in Jupyter notebooks
GitHub is a version control solution built on top of Git.
When connected to a Deepnote project, your GitHub repository will appear in the project's files. If you want to commit back to the repository, you can use a Deepnote terminal with all available git commands, like commit or push.
Collaborative by default
We built collaboration into Deepnote by default because data teams don’t work alone.
Deepnote runs seamlessly in the cloud, making environment management a non-issue. And sharing work is as easy as sending a link (think Google Docs).
Allie Russell · Senior Manager, Data Science at Webflow
“Deepnote allowed us get on the same page through collaboration, and everyone gets to use their preferred tools.”
Integrates with your data stack
Deepnote works with the tools and frameworks you’re already using and familiar with. Use Python, SQL, R, TensorFlow, PyTorch, and any of your favorite languages or frameworks. Easily connect to data sources with dozens of native integrations.
Becca Carter · Analytics Lead at Gusto
”Deepnote was incredibly easy to set up and allows us to start new notebooks in seconds.”