So far, I am extremely impressed. I love having the ability to do my data analysis in the browser of a chromebook. Here is just a partial list of the features:
- A useful profile page for showing off current and completed work
- Public and Private projects
- Support for private environment variables
- Follow Other Projects
- Collaboration with others on a data project
- And more, and even more to come
I have built a quick sample that displays some of the features of Sense. Sense – Data Science Platform of the Future.
Note: A few weeks ago, I chatted with Tristan (one of the cofounders of Sense) and he assured me that big news and more features are coming soon. So, stay tuned!
You should have a look at the Data Science Studio (from the startup Dataiku): http://dataiku.com/. I think it has great a potential too.
Thanks for that link. I do know a few other companies are working on similar things. I will look into Dataiku.
Hi Ryan !
Feel free to require a demo of our Data Science Studio if you want to have a look. Just send us a tweet @dataiku.
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