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The Best ML Notebooks And Infrastructure Tools For Data Scientists

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  1. Project Jupyter exists to develop open-source software, open-standards, and services for interactive computing across dozens of programming languages. Ready to get started? Try it in your browser Install the Notebook.

    Tumbleweed's native Calculator - KCalc about about 2 hours ago

    If ever you need a terminal based calculator try using Python (start it with python3) or if you prefer a GUI via Jupyter. I find the terminal program units (see man units for more info) useful too, although Plasma will do maths and unit conversions via its KRunner plugins.
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    Question about column based visuals for dataframes. about 9 days ago

    Deepnote notebooks have univariate summaries similar to the ones you referred to & you can also filter the data frames and sort them without any extra code.
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  7. A web-based notebook that enables interactive data analytics.

    Fast CSV Processing with SIMD about about 2 months ago

    I used to use Zeppelin, some kind of Jupyter Notebook for Spark (that supports Parquet). But it may be better alternatives.
  8. The polyglot notebook with first-class Scala support.