Seamless Data Science
Nextjournal is a multi-language notebook that was designed from the ground up to make complex Data Science painless.
For you and your team.
Here is a quick introduction to what Nextjournal can do and how you can use it for Data Science.
Nextjournal works with
Code, prose, data and results.
All in one document.
Nextjournal easily adapts to many different use cases:
Bring in data from different sources (Upload, Amazon S3, Google Cloud, Github) and analyze them using the tools of your choice. Collaborate with your team members without conflicts or dependency hell.
Have your methods and their description live in the same document. GPU support and full control over your runtime environment enables you to run sophisticated scientific workflows and Machine Learning tasks.
No more embedding static Gists into your Medium blog posts. Write executable code right next to your prose and give your audience a way to learn through experimentation.
Import your packages or libraries directly into a Nextjournal notebook and provide runnable code samples along with sample data that can be shared and experimented with.
Spend your time on what matters
Nextjournal removes the painful parts of Data Science so you can focus on what’s important.
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Start with a single click
Nextjournal offers single-click defaults for Python, R and other popular languages with no installation required.
Go back in time, anytime
In Nextjournal, your entire stack is versioned automatically, all the time. If you break something, simply restore a previous version.
One notebook, many languages
A Nextjournal notebook can support multiple Python stacks or language combinations like R and Python or Clojure and Julia.
With a single click, experiment with a new version of any notebook. No clashing dependencies, no missing data sets.
Nextjournal is a fully-managed cloud-computing application. Use flexible compute resource with GPU support. No setup required.
Who uses Nextjournal?
You are in good company when using Nextjournal. Our users range from independent researchers, to journalists to enterprise reasearch teams.
Nextjournal should be the new standard in scientific publishing both for reproducibility and sharability.
— William Ludington, PhD, Principal Investigator, Carnegie Science Institute
Nextjournal's ability to connect structural biologists to high-performance computing on the cloud via an easy-to-use web interface will be a game changer for the ability of complex cryo-EM workflows to be presented alongside reviewed publications.
— Michael Cianfrocco, PhD, Principal Investigator, University of Michigan
Get started now!
Sign up now and get started with a free Open Science plan on Nextjournal. We also offer paid plans that provide additional features around privacy and advanced computing. See our pricing page for all available plans.