Have a project that would benefit from the ability to have multiple people with varying skill sets collaborate directly through simultaneous access and analysis of data? Struggling with cryptic installation errors and the varied requirements of different machines and operating systems?
The coLaboratory project, created by Google Research, , and the /Jupyter development team, seeks to address these issues by merging open source products with Google technologies, providing a collaborative data analysis environment for both programmers and non-programmers.
Check out the Google Research Blog below to learn more, including a link to the coLaboratory Chrome App, which offers a simple one-click installation of coLaboratory, IPython, and a large set of popular scientific python libraries (with more on the way).
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