Project Jupyter

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    Project Jupyter is a nonprofit organization created to develop open-source software, open-standards, and services for interactive computing across dozens of programming languages. The Jupyter Notebook is a web-based, interactive computing platform that allows users to perform data cleaning, data analysis, statistical modeling, numerical simulation, and data visualization.

    TypePrivate
    Founded2014
    Websitejupyter.org

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    Employees (est.) (May 2020)22(+38%)

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    Jupyter Community Workshops 2019 Year in Review

    Top Image: Jupyter for Scientific User Facilities and High-Performance Computing, (Photo Credit, Fernando Perez). Bottom Left Image: Intro to Python for Kids, Parents & Teachers Workshop Series. Bottom Middle Image: Dashboarding in the Jupyter Ecosystem Workshop (Photo Credit, Lindsey Heagy) Bot…

    Report on the Jupyter Community Workshop on Dashboarding

    From June 3rd to June 6th 2019, thirty-five developers from the Jupyter community met in Paris for a four-day workshop on dashboarding with Project Jupyter.Attendees to the Jupyter Community Workshop on Kernels (Photo credit to Lindsey Heagy)For four days, attendees worked full time on the Jupyter p…

    JupyterCon 2020 is a go!

    Announcing JupyterCon 2020JupyterCon 2020 will be brought to you by Project Jupyter and NumFOCUS. Photo by O’Reilly Media CC BY-NC.Just over a year ago, Project Jupyter announced it was reevaluating its annual community conference. An advisory committee of volunteers recommended a JupyterCon 2020 em…

    Xeus is now a Jupyter subproject

    It is a great pleasure to announce that the Xeus project has been incorporated as a Jupyter subproject. Xeus will now be subject to the Jupyter governance and code of conduct. For reference, the Jupyter Enhancement Proposal (JEP) for the Xeus incorporation is available here.What is Xeus?The Xeus pr…

    A 2019 retrospective from the Binder Project

    2019 was a busy year for the Binder and JupyterHub projects — each saw growth in both their community and technology. Now that the year has wrapped up, it is a good time to reflect on some of the highlights from the year.Overall, 2019 was about improving the robustness, stability, and team dynamics …

    Voilà is now a Jupyter subproject

    It is a great pleasure to announce that the Voilà project has been incorporated as a Jupyter subproject. Voilà will now be subject to the Jupyter governance and code of conduct.For reference, the Jupyter Enhancement Proposal (JEP) for the Voilà incorporation is available here.What is Voilà?Voilà hel…
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    Project Jupyter Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Project Jupyter founded?

      Project Jupyter was founded in 2014.

    • How many employees does Project Jupyter have?

      Project Jupyter has 22 employees.

    • Who are Project Jupyter competitors?

      Competitors of Project Jupyter include The OpenGov Foundation, Drupal Association and Mifos Initiative.