Trase publishes live dashboards with a new workflow.
“We are able to create professional-quality visuals at a fraction of the cost we used to incur.”
Sumitovant accelerates real business decisions with secure, private data.
“In our line of work, we have complex security, auditability and tracking requirements...”
Stitch Fix knits their APIs into beautiful views
“[Our employees] can tweak it, visualize it, and share their findings much faster.”
Float Protocol is building the decentralised monetary system of the future.
“We can explain complex scenarios in a simple visual manner.”
TriNetX curates healthcare data for researchers around the world.
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UNAVCO measures the Earth in sub-millimeter detail.
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There is something _deeply_ satisfying about being in a shared @observablehq notebook and checking back and seeing thanks to a collaborator, it has greatly evolved in the past 15 minutes.
@observablehq is my go-to tool for quickly sketching ideas w/o a full dev setup. I was able to share sketches (privately!) and iterate as the story and design evolved. Both graphics started as forks of a notebook I use for almost all my Observable work.
Senior leadership at my company really appreciate how quickly Observable Teams has allowed us to turn around interactive visualizations with a ton of visual appeal and extremely intuitive interfaces. I have never seen them embrace a new technology this fast. And of course the notebooks are literally fun for me to write code in -- I would be happy to make things in them until the cows come home.
I've gotten my company (my day job, scientific computing software) to start using @observablehq and it is a brilliant product. I could do a whole thread on why it will be the next niche unicorn.