Curvenote Blog

Transition to Open Science - an interview with Dr. Jiajia Sun (Part 2)
We continue our conversation with Dr. Jiajia Sun on how open science is fundamentally changing how scientists and researchers approach scholarly communication and collaboration. In the Part 2 of our discussion, we focus on how open science can accelerate and increase research impact, the possible challenges of open science, and how Curvenote is helping researchers throughout their open-science journeys.
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.
FORCE11 Conference - 2021
We are excited to announce that Curvenote is a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming the FORCE11 2021 conference. FORCE11 (the Future of Research Communication and e-Scholarship, started in 2011)
Webinar Recap - Writing a paper with Curvenote and Jupyter notebooks
We recap the our recent webinar and rapid paper writing session that took attendees though a tour of Curvenote as a scientific writing platform and its integration with Jupyter notebooks.
Data-driven LaTeX templates
We introduce our open-source jtex library for data driven LaTeX documents, compare and contrast with the Pandoc ecosystem, and give you enough context to get started using jtex.
Creative Destruction Lab
We are excited to announce that Curvenote was chosen to participate in a science & technology innovation program called Creative Destruction Lab for science and technology startups.
Writing a paper with Curvenote and Jupyter notebooks
Join us for a rapid paper writing session with Curvenote and Jupyter in our webinar on 10th November 2021.
Curvenote Microsoft Word Export
Curvenote articles can now be exported to Microsoft Word format in two clicks. Download a docx file including your figures, tables, captions, citations, references, internal references, hyperlinks, and so on - embedded from your article on Curvnote.
How to export to PDF & LaTeX using Curvenote
Introducing Curvenote's export system, recently extended with options that enable users to directly create submission-ready PDF documents
Collaboration in scientific writing
We look at three different collaborative activities in scientific writing and how technology can both support and transform them. Having the right tools and infrastructure in place can reduce cycle times, turn iterative process into discussion, and encourages richer contributions from the groups that authors collaborate with.
Introducing Curvenote Pro
We are introducing new pricing tiers in Curvenote, and have some details on how the upgrade will effect you.
Introducing Curvenote
Curvenote leans into the dualities in scientific communication, from creative exploration to structured communication; simple and complex; individual and collective. Our goal is to give scientists and researchers the creative freedom to explore ideas, while also ensuring compatibility with scientific standards.
Creating Open Educational Resources
How to integrate open source and reproducibility practices into presenting educational materials.
Curvenote for Reproducible Research
Improve reproducible research by linking together your articles and your Jupyter Notebooks. You can make it easy for others to view, edit, and use your data and research - whether that’s across disciplines, industries or just within your own department.
Curvenote for Group Research Notes
Learn how the SimPEG team uses Curvenote for their weekly meetings, embedding interactive figures and references to notebook code and outputs.
Curvenote for Individual Research Notes
Using Curvenote's Jupyter extension and editing tools to keep track of research notes and progress.
Research Workflows
There are multiple ways to integrate Curvenote into your existing workflows: from introducing it in your preliminary research, to recording in-progress research and meeting notes, to publishing manuscripts. This blog series interviews Dr. Lindsey Heagy about how she uses Curvenote.
Version Control for Scientists
At Curvenote we are exploring version control and collaboration workflows that are designed specifically for the research workflow. We are thinking about what a “unit of content” is for these workflows, how that content is updated, modified and reused in other documents and presentations.
Communicating Science
We are starting Curvenote because we believe that the introduction of tools and platforms that provide feedback loops between working and sharing will accelerate the speed of scientific discovery.