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Technical writing, reimagined

Write an article, report, or scientific paper and easily include citations, references, equations and figures.

Export your work to any professional template in seconds for the perfect finish.

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Curvenote for Writing

Collaborative writing

Create and edit technical content in real-time – including figures, equations, references, citations and interactive plots from Jupyter.

Professional templates

Focus on your research knowing that you can export your articles and notebooks to Microsoft Word, Markdown and any PDF or LaTeX template.

Organize your work

Your work is so much more than the final paper or report. Keep meeting notes, notebooks, and articles all in one place with cross-references and imports.

Make any article interactive

Curvenote bridges the gap between data-scientists and other stakeholders, so you can keep everyone updated on the latest findings.

Connect your in-depth analysis in Jupyter directly to any Curvenote article keeping visualizations interactive and versioned.

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Reproducible research

Link your figures back to your Jupyter Notebook. When you update or comment on the figure it updates wherever you use it!

Import blocks

With a flexible block based structure, you can edit your content once and reuse those figures, equations or paragraphs in other documents. It is copy-and-paste with super powers.

Interactive & explorable

Share your interactive figures from Jupyter Notebooks - like Plotly, Bokeh, Altair, Leaflet and more!

Publish your work with ease

Directly publish an interactive report or export to Microsoft Word or a professional PDF or LaTeX template.
There's never been a better way to create your next article or report.

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From Jupyter Notebook to Scientific Paper

Curvenote presents a new streamlined approach to transition your Jupyter notebook into a paper, while maintaining the interactivity and direct connection between research and communication. Within this blog we will step through the creation of Steve Purves paper, La Palma Seismicity, and explore the various technical writing and collaboration tools provided.

FORCE11 2021 Recap

The Curvenote team attended FORCE11’s 2021 Annual Conference. We were proudly able to be a Gold Sponsor for this year’s free virtual gathering focused on the advancement of research communication. Here we highlight some of the pieces that stood out to us!

Transition to Open Science - an interview with Dr. Jiajia Sun (Part 1)

Open science is fundamentally changing how scientists and researchers approach scholarly communication and collaboration. To better understand how Curvenote can help in the transition towards open science, we talked with Dr. Jiajia Sun, current Assistant Professor of Geophysics at the University of Houston, about his experiences with open science, open-source programming, and open-educational resources.

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