Use comments and new library manager

You can collaborate with others on view.datalore.io to add, edit and remove comments. If you are an owner or have access to shared notebook, you can reply to workbook comments or comment on a cell. When a question is solved, you can easily delete a comment to remove…

New editor is here – Monaco

We’re happy to present a new editor today, Monaco. The Monaco Editor is the code editor that powers VS Code and it is a browser-based version of the VS Code editor. Now let’s dive into the details! In addition to the quality and typing improvements, the main focus…

New features and enhancements

We are happy to introduce our new features and enhancements to give you an even better Datalore experience. Batch reverse geocoding, Geodesic lines, new layout for intentions, and import/export of *.ipynb notebooks. Import/export workbooks Easily transfer .ipynb projects to Datalore! Import workbooks from a URL and export them…

Datalore 1.0: Intelligent Web Application for Data Analysis

We’re thrilled to introduce you to Datalore, an intelligent web application for data analysis and visualization in Python, as it officially reaches version 1.0! Ever since the public beta release last February, we’ve been working hard to implement a lot of new ideas based on your suggestions.…

May Data Digest

Our May digest covers recent news, such as the implementation of GDPR and what it means for the machine learning, and various articles and tutorials published in the last month. Learn more about data preprocessing, establishing fairness in ML models, and topic modeling and enjoy research highlights: from GANs to…

How to plot and visualize Mandelbrot set and Mandelbulbs in Datalore

Datalore's built-in tools are great for interactive plots and charts - but our visualization libraries are capable of so much more. With just a handful of Python lines, you can create captivating images of fractals. Visualizations of the set of complex numbers known as the Mandelbrot set result in intricate…