Jupyter Notebook 7: Possibly One Of The Best Updates To Jupyter Ever
Share and collaborate without hassle.
This is probably one of the best updates to Jupyter Notebook ever.
Jupyter has announced the release of Jupyter Notebook 7
The developers call it one of the most significant releases in years.
Here are some highlights:
Real-time collaboration: Share notebooks with others and collaborate. Extremely useful for teams.
Interactive debugging: Debug code cell by cell and inspect variables.
Internationalization: Change language
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The demo above shows real-time collaboration between two notebooks.
Isn’t that cool?
The update is in beta. You can read more about it here: Jupyter Notebook 7.
👉 Over to you: Which of these new updates is your favorite?
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