Quantargo Workspace Now Out of Beta

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Quantargo Workspace Now Out of Beta

We’re thrilled to announce that Quantargo Workspace is now out of Beta and generally available! Quantargo Workspace lets you easily create and manage data science projects using R and Python, with advanced features like publishing, scheduling and credential management. Get started here for free.

New Features

In tandem with the launch we also added awesome new features which enable a host of new use-cases:

📝 Publishing

Publishing makes it dead simple to quickly share outputs of your workspace like reports, plots or data sets. Simply hit the “Publish” button and let the magic happen: the file is executed and all outputs are automatically published to a unique URL that you can share! This URL is always up-to-date, so if you re-publish your file the publication will reflect this automatically. This works with any R or Python code as well as RMarkdown documents!

Published outputs can then be viewed and shared via a standalone link:


⏱️ Scheduling

You can now create schedules from a new panel in the workspace editor. Schedules allow you to automate tedious tasks like report generation and data aggregation by running your code in regular intervals. Different intervals are supported like daily, weekly and monthly:

You can create multiple schedules, each with different intervals and times. This makes it a perfect for report generation and together with Auto-Publish you get an always up-to-date link for your reports. Scheduling has been in the works for quite some time and it is finally ready, so please try it out and let us know what you think!


🔑 Credential Management

With this latest addition, you can now store confidential credentials like API keys and service credentials. Secrets allow you to securely store and use secrets in your code without exposing them. They are encrypted at rest and never shared.

Together with scheduling this allows you to securely connect to third party APIs. Check out the new Twitter Bot template for how to connect to the Twitter API through Quantargo Workspace.


➡️ Get Started for Free Now

Limited time coupon code for our Developer and PRO plans: Use the code FREEWORKSPACE at checkout to get the first month completely free! Our paid plans allow you to create private workspaces and as well as give you a lot more API calls.

That’s it for now. Stay safe and healthy! ✌️😃

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