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🚀 Jupyter Notebook + Spreadsheet + AI — All in One Place With Mito
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Personally, I am a big fan of no-code data analysis tools. They are extremely useful in eliminating repetitive code across projects—thereby boosting productivity.
Yet, most no-code tools are often limited in terms of the functionality they support. Thus, flexibility is usually a big challenge while using them.
Mito is an incredible open-source tool that allows you to analyze your data within a spreadsheet interface in Jupyter without writing any code.
What’s more, Mito recently supercharged its spreadsheet interface with AI. As a result, you can now analyze data in a notebook with text prompts.
The following video demonstrates a couple of sample text prompts I tested it with:
One of the coolest things about using Mito is that each edit in the spreadsheet automatically generates an equivalent Python code. This makes it convenient to reproduce the analysis later.
You can install Mito using pip as follows:
python -m pip install mitosheet
Next, to activate it in Jupyter, run the following two commands:
python -m jupyter nbextension install --py --user mitosheet python -m jupyter nbextension enable --py --user mitosheet
I’m always curious to read your comments. What do you think about this cool feature addition to Mito? Let me know :)
👉 Read more about the Mito AI’s release: https://bit.ly/mito-ph.
👉 Get started with Mito: https://bit.ly/mito-gs.
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Find the code for my tips here: GitHub.