Today, we’re introducing a redesign that aims to make Datalore notebooks appear simpler, cleaner, and ultimately more zen.
What’s New in Datalore Enterprise 2023.6
Datalore Enterprise 2023.6 offers an improved UI, introduces OAuth authentication for Snowflake and BigQuery, and brings a number of other improvements and bug fixes.
How LINE Adopted Datalore as Its New Data Analysis Platform
Learn why LINE selected Datalore as their new data analysis platform.
What’s New in Datalore Enterprise 2023.5
Datalore Enterprise 2023.5 enables you to conveniently open recent notebooks from the editor, features database connections using custom JDBC drivers, and more.
Meet Datalore and PyCharm at ODSC West 2023
Join us at the ODSC West AI Expo Hall on October 31 – November 1, 2023, to discuss your data science challenges and the latest trends in the field.
The Story of AI Graphics at JetBrains
Generating art at JetBrains At JetBrains, we are constantly refining our approach to creating pieces of art for use as website elements and release graphics. Our mission is to free graphic designers from routine tasks so they can concentrate on their core competence – creativity. The history of inte…
What’s New in Datalore Enterprise 2023.4
Datalore Enterprise 2023.4 includes comments for notebooks and reports, a new Viewer license type, report sharing via email invitations, and other improvements
Datalore Team Plan: Collaborative Data Science in a Managed Cloud
We are introducing our new Team plan, which is currently in Beta. It's a fully-managed data science platform that operates in the cloud hosted by JetBrains, offering an alternative to our existing Enterprise plan hosted on your infrastructure.
Introducing Ask AI: Prompt-based Code Generation and Modification in Datalore
We're introducing a new feature in Datalore called Ask AI. It aims to simplify coding in Python, R, and SQL by supporting code generation and modification through natural language commands.
Datalore Enterprise 2023.3 Is Out!
This version includes authentication via HashiCorp Vault for Amazon Athena, multiple notebook schedules support, flexible drag-and-drop, and other improvements.
Extra Datalore Credits for Flexible CPU and GPU Computing Power
Different analytical tasks have different computing requirements. Depending on the complexity of your project, the computing power you need can vary significantly from month to month. That's why we're introducing the option to purchase extra Datalore credits. Read more.
Introducing Datalore Enterprise 2023.2
This version brings native R package support for R users, and elevates your collaborative data science experience with notebook content search, environment variable management, and usability improvements for the Report builder.
Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022: Discover Raw Data
The raw data of Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022 is now available for public access. You can now access the answers of 29,269 developers and conduct your own analysis. The raw data is accessible in two formats: csv file and a Jupyter notebook in Datalore with examples of analysis.