Importing data to Deepnote

Importing a repo to Deepnote

See the GitHub and GitLab integration guides.

Uploading files to Deepnote

There are several ways of uploading files to Deepnote

  • Upload files from your computer - If you have a smaller file (small dataset, image) you can click 'Add Files' -> 'Upload files' in the sidebar and upload local files from there. Note that the limit is 100MB for these files. If you have a larger file(s), the best way to upload them into your project is to create a dataset out of them. You can do this by clicking 'Data source' in the left sidebar and creating a new local files data source. There are no size limits if you use this option.

  • Upload files from URL — You can paste the link in the upload modal (opened by clicking 'Upload files' in the sidebar) or use terminal and the command wget.

  • Integrations — If your data lives in a remote service or bucket, you can simply add an integration and get it into Deepnote. Currently, we support MongoDB, PostgreSQL and Amazon S3 Buckets

  • Deepnote Shared datasets — If your data is not located in a special place like that, you can upload files to a Deepnote Shared Dataset — find more about it in Deepnote Shared datasets section.

Uploading a notebook to Deepnote

You can also upload an existing .ipynb notebook to a project by using the 'Upload files' button in the sidebar.