Projects contain your notebooks, scripts, and other assets you need for analysis.
Getting started with projects
A project in Deepnote is a a special kind of container for resources such as notebooks, scripts, data files (e.g., CSVs, images, etc), folders, and more. It also comes with a configurable environment. You can share a projectwith others for real-time or asynchronous collaboration.
You can create a project from scratch by clicking the project folders in your workspaces as shown below. You can even drag and drop them into new project folders. Organize your workspace in the way that makes sense to you.
Deepnote can also create projects for you based on your .ipynb files or when you import from Github or Google Drive.
Lastly, you can also create a project from pre-made notebooks that demonstrate common and interesting analytic use cases (ML with SQL, user retention, A/B testing, etc).
Project configuration and details
The right sidebar contains tabs that allow you to configure your project's environment as well as view other important project-level details. Here are a few of the core things you'll want to know about the right sidebar.
Project tab. The "project" tab contains many items that allow you to configure and navigate through your project. For example,
The hosted filesystem is where your notebooks live as well as any other files or folders you need for your project.
Under "environments" you can change your machine and configure your environment (e.g., switch to a different runtime, set up a Dockerfile, etc).
The Table of Contents allows you to navigate through your notebooks based on Markdown headers.
Open up one or more terminals when you need a CLI
Enable "incoming connections" if you need to make your notebook accessible over the web (e.g., exposing a port for to access a web server).
Integrations tab. The "integrations" tab allows you to enable any connected integrations you have so you project can make use of them.
Comments tab. The "comments" tab displays comments and allows you to navigate to any comment in the notebook. You can also use this tab to configure which comments you'd like to see.
History tab. The history tab is where view everything that has happened in a project. It also contains snapshots of all files. This means that you can see previous versions of your notebook and revert your work. For more information about History, please have a look at our versioning support article.