Seamless connection to Jupyter
Work in Jupyter and then link selected outputs to your Curvenote workspace to share for review, re-use or comment.
Stay connected to the source, while communicating technical information in a way that makes sense for your audience.
Curvenote For Jupyter
Collaborative technical writing
Create and edit technical content in a real-time text editor – including figures, equations, and interactive elements from Jupyter.
Update content effortlessly
Use blocks to quickly create, share, remix and update content across all your documents.
Organize and share
Organize your Curvenote workspace to suit your private team – or share your work with the world.
Export to Markdown and LaTeX
You can export your content to Markdown or LaTeX.
PDF & Word export coming soon.
Collaborate and review in context
Team members work where they need to – in the code or in the content – and give and receive feedback where they are.
No matter where a comment is made it stays linked to the original source (including Jupyter Notebooks), and remains part of the content’s history.
Make your work accessible
The best work happens when everyone can make a contribution, so it’s easy to organize Curvenote projects to suit your team and their different roles.
Anyone can create beautiful reports, articles, papers or summaries for project stakeholders and external audiences.
You can hit the ground running with Curvenote, start now!
Jupyter the way you want
Whether you're working using Amazon Sagemaker, SaturnCloud, Binder, locally, or on your custom cluster or hub – Curvenote is there.
Share the history
When you share notebooks (e.g. through DropBox or email), versions and comments go too.
Play nice with Git
Notebooks are hard to version in git.
Curvenote's version control helps you version outputs and share cells across repositories.
From Plotly, Bokeh, Leaflet and more.
Knock on the back door
Set up custom integrations with Curvenote’s API.
Need something else?
We would love to hear your ideas!
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