Jupyter DeclarativeWidgets make data exploration easy!

Over the past year, we have built many demonstrations using declarativewidgets to create dashboards and good-enough applications in the Jupyter Notebook. We’ve discovered several patterns that are in great need of simplification. One of these patterns is data exploration. By data exploration, I mean the ability for the user to query and visualize a data set. In declarativewidgets, we make it simple to bind visual elements to […]

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Powered By Jupyter: A Survey of the Project Ecosystem

Project Jupyter has a large and growing developer community, one that both includes and extends beyond the Jupyter org on GitHub. In this post, we’ll take a walk through the wonderful things people are building based on Jupyter technology today. The Jupyter Notebook is the most well-known application in the Jupyter ecosystem. It is a web-based environment for combining text, […]

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Declarative Widget System for Jupyter Notebooks

A very powerful feature of Jupyter Notebooks is the ability to mix interactive widgets along with your code and data. These widgets turn the Notebook into more of an Application, allowing the author to create a User Interface (UI) to the code entered in the Notebook’s cells. Rather than editing code and executing cells, the consumer of the Notebook can […]

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