Add a comment in Curvenote, and it shows up wherever you are using Jupyter.
Whether you’re working locally, on your custom cluster or hub, or on the cloud with Binder, Amazon Sagemaker, Saturn Cloud — Curvenote is there.
All content, shared anywhere, remains connected to the source it came from, with a full version history – including the outputs.
Figures and interactive elements used in multiple places are all updated when the source changes.
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Sync your Jupyter Notebook to Curvenote and every cell can show you the history and difference per cell. This includes saving the outputs, and the difference from previous versions are shown directly in-line with the rest of your notebook.
Share your Jupyter Notebook on Curvenote to enable commenting and versioning for everyone, including your non-technical stakeholders.
Once you save your Jupyter Notebook, you can reuse outputs or other cells in any Curvenote article. When you update your Notebook, the cell used in any other place also updates!
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Save your notebook in a single click and share with anyone in your team or project. Comments and versions work for notebooks and individual cells.
When you reuse your Jupyter outputs or figures in other Curvenote documents, you can easily keep everything up to date, interactive, and reproducible.