A Team Sport
- Thoughtful collaboration through forking, suggesting, and merging.
- Go realtime with multiplayer editing and commenting.
- Collaborate in private with your team, or in public with the world.
- Query your data, live, by connecting securely to SQL databases and HTTPS APIs.
- Perform ad hoc analysis and rapid response reporting.
- Build private interactive dashboards.
- Share team secrets to keep private API keys protected.
Stay in Sync
- Stay up-to-date on your team’s latest activity.
- All your notebooks, organized and easy to find.
- Incorporate new innovative visualizations and techniques from the community.
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.
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 ✨
Aaron Colby Williams@aboutaaron
@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.
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@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.