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Ben Ayre

Ben Ayre

@BenAyre

The big thing for us has been the team functionality. It's opened up our analysis and visualisation work to everyone involved, regardless of their technical ability

Rebecca Slatkin

Rebecca Slatkin

@RebeccaSlatkin

Oh my freaking god observablehq.com is amazing. when my mom sees how much free time I spend making interactive static charts, scatter plots, line charts, parallel coordinates etc she's going to abandon her dream of grandchildren once and for all

Chris Marx

Chris Marx

@chrismarx

I ❤️ this so much. If you haven't used @observablehq, I highly recommend it. It's a super easy way to get started with #javascript for #datascience or #gis. You can learn JS and forget about #python, #rstats or anything else and easily share everything you do bcuz... internetz :)

Ludwig Schubert

Ludwig Schubert

@ludwigschubert

When prototyping, implementing and sharing ideas becomes so easy that it hardly feels like publishing, then it is the future of scientific publishing. <3 @observablehq !

Shirley Wu

Shirley Wu

@sxywu

Alright not trying to fangirl too hard but I made this in 40min with @observablehq. If I had to code that reactivity from scratch I would have NOPE'd out so fast but now my workshop students can play with them sliders to see how them svg transforms work. ✨ SO MUCH VALUE ADD ✨

Elaine Yeung

Elaine Yeung

@egsy

@observablehq is like the brilliant lovechild of @glitch and @ProjectJupyter - I much prefer it over devtools for keeping track of my progress as I'm (re)learning javascript.

Thibaut Tiberghien

Thibaut Tiberghien

@tibotiber

Started playing with @observablehq for data cleaning. Load data from a github #gist, pull in #ramda for data wrangling, and a download button at the end of the notebook. Love the workflow! Iterative, flexible, everything immutable by default and observable (auto update). 🤩

Stuart A. Thompson

Stuart A. Thompson

@stuartathompson

I can't tell you how vital @observablehq has been in prototyping, iterating and copying other people's code so I don't have to start from scratch every time I try to smash a graphic together on deadline during this difficult period.

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