Curvenote Blog

Research Software Engineering Conference 2022

We are presenting a walkthrough of Curvenote’s publishing capabilities at RSECon 2022, in Newcastle.

Share research online in 60 seconds

Easily share scientific content and Jupyter Notebooks online, all you need to start is GitHub or GitLab repository and you can be up and running in 60 seconds.

Curvenote on the Command Line

You can now interface with Curvenote through the command line using our new CLI. Eaily export your content, work locally with MyST Markdown, or export to any PDF, Word or LaTeX template.

Working Locally With MyST Markdown

Export your Curvenote articles to MyST Markdown to locally edit the content. MyST Markdown is a new specification of Markdown that allows you to write professional documents, books and websites.

Creating an Open Research Website

Using the Curvenote CLI to create an open research website with a local Markdown based authoring experience.

Metadata and Reproducibility

Enhancing FAIR Data Workflows through use of PIDs in Curvenote and beyond.

Future of Research Communication & Collaboration

A presentation on the challenges with today’s tools for research communication & collaboration, and present a vision for the future.

Creating & Sharing Scientific Websites

Lightning talks at the Transform22 event, (1) deploying a scientific website in 4.5 minutes; and (2) things learned at FORCE11.

From Jupyter Notebook to Scientific Paper

In this tutorial we go over how to turn your Jupyter Notebooks into a scientific paper.

Reusing & Remixing Scientific Content

Our goal with Curvenote is to introduce tools that can lower the barrier to linking, tracking, and enable the possibility to collaboratively act on improvements.

Creating Inline Code in a WYSIWYG Editor

One of the biggest frustrations in using what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) editors when coming from knowing Markdown is how they deal with inline code.

Communicating Science

How does open-science allow us to reimagine how we stand on the shoulders of giants?

Version Control for Scientists

Version control in Curvenote works across a scientists' content, code and results making it easy to track, reuse and collaborate around their work

Collaboration in Scientific Writing

Reflections on distinct modes of collaboration in science including gathering feedback, asynchronous co-authoring and review, and real-time simultaneous editing.

How to export to PDF & LaTeX using Curvenote

Writing up research for submission to a particular conference, journal, or preprint service is a major task. Exporting to a PDF should be easy!

Data driven LaTeX templates

Introducing a lightweight templating engine, jtex, that provides a simple command line interface (CLI).

Curvenote Microsoft Word Export

Exporting to Microsoft Word is now a single click in Curvenote!

Introducing Curvenote

The Curvenote brand embodies aspects of reuse, modularity and the connections behind ideas through building blocks that provide structure and can also be pulled apart, rearranged and used in unique ways.

Introducing Curvenote Pro

Introducing Curvenote Pro, which includes additional private projects, advanced publishing, and export to any professional template.

Creative Destruction Lab

Curvenote was chosen to participate in a science & technology innovation program called Creative Destruction Lab.

YCombinator Application

Curvenote was selected as one of 8 Canadian companies with over 16,000 global applications to participate in YCombinator W21, which is the premier startup accelerator in Silicon Valley.

FORCE11 2021 Conference

Curvenote is a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming the FORCE11 2021 conference.

FORCE11 2021 Recap

Our notes from the FORCE11’s 2021 Annual Conference with over 1,300 participants.

Writing a paper with Curvenote and Jupyter Notebooks

A webinar using Curvenote for scientific writing and integration with Jupyter notebooks.

Research Workflows, with Dr. Lindsey Heagy

An interview with Dr. Lindsey Heagy, an assistant professor in Earth Data Science and researcher at the University of British Columbia. Lindsey is also a Science Advisor for Curvenote.

Curvenote for Individual Research Notes

Using Curvenote’s Jupyter extension and editing tools to keep track of research notes and progress.

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 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.

Creating Open Educational Resources

How to integrate open source and reproducibility practices into presenting educational materials.

Transition to Open Science, with Dr. Jiajia Sun

Open science is fundamentally changing how scientists and researchers approach scholarly communication and collaboration, from publishing preprints and interactive research results.

Reflections on 2020

Research techniques have evolved, but our tools for communicating and collaborating have not. Curvenote aims to unify scientific research, education, & publishing, by providing a platform where scientific ideas can be developed and published in an interactive and accessible way.


At JupyterCon 2020 we introduce Curvenote, allowing you to sync content between Jupyter Notebooks and a web-based, collaborative document editor.

Software Underground

Lightning talk at Transform 2020, on how we reuse ideas and move them forward together.