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 as well. Please note that your .ipynb notebook’s version needs to be in the 3.x or 4.x nbformat.

## New layout for intentions

Preprocessing intentions now apply to split variables of a dataset.
Some preprocessing intentions are more easily available (on the main panel).
In addition, you can now evaluate multiple models for the same dataset.

## Automatic mapping to coordinate columns

Before, it was necessary to set plot aesthetics aes for all coordinates to draw geocoded geometries. Now, you can have it done automatically and make your code cleaner.

## Batch reverse geocoding

You can now reverse geocode multiple point locations (latitude and longitude) to readable geographical names. For example, if your data contains the coordinates of some objects, you can get the names of the cities where they are located.

## Geodesic vs. straight lines

A geodesic line is the shortest path between two points on a curved surface, such as the Earth. Now you can choose how to connect points on the map: either as geodesic lines or as straight lines.

## Batch geocoding

Geocoding is used to get the coordinates of map objects. Now you can process complex strings in batch mode in Datalore. For example, you can display your data on the map if it contains a column with city names in a format like city, state, state, country, or something similar.

Check out all of these features online at datalore.io and let us know what you think!

Your feedback is always welcome in Twitter, the forum, or directly at contact@datalore.io.

Datalore Team