Welcome to this quick introduction to Nextjournal features.
Remix is currently the fastest way to perfectly reproduce or reuse an analysis. With a single click, you get a copy of the content (narrative + code), data, and computational environment required to run an analysis.
2. Real-time Collaboration
Real-time collaboration allows multiple people to collaborate on a Nextjournal document simultaneously. All collaborators need to do is share the URL of the article.
Changes can occur simultaneously due to our powerful version control architecture.
Editors can monitor who is editing the document by inspecting Avatars in the lower right hand corner of the webpage that indicate who is viewing and editing the article.
type some new stuff
Data, files, figures, and images can be easily imported into a Nextjournal article.
3.1. Data (Amazon S3 / Google Cloud Storage)
Using the insert menu, you can add an S3 or Google Cloud Storage bucket to your article.
enter the bucket name
'mount' the bucket under the 'Runtime Settings' menu
you are now ready to use data from your cloud storage
Mount the bucket into a runtime's file system via runtime settings.
You can install dependencies in an article using a code cell, or you can install dependencies into a reusable environment that can be referenced and reused by members of your team.
4.6. Building Custom Environments
Notebooks are fully versioned including referenced data files, results and environments.
Just click on the history button to view or restore an article (including data and computational environment) to a prior state.
Export articles, data, and computational environments with a single click
All content is exported in Nextjournal markdown format. It's a markdown file that includes Nextjournal metadata, so if you decide to import it back into Nextjournal, links to data and computational environments will be preserved.
Download data by clicking the download button that is available on each dataset
6.3. Docker Images
Export docker images by clicking the 'export environment' checkbox in the 'Runtime Settings' menu.