Release: Objectiv now has support for Deepnote

Ivar Pruijn

Objectiv now supports Deepnote: collaborate on notebooks that are powered by Objectiv’s high quality product analytics data and pre-built models.

At Objectiv, we’ve been fans of Deepnote for a while and have been using it internally to collaborate on notebooks. We’re happy to announce Objectiv now has built-in support for Deepnote.

What this means:

Example notebooks

All our example notebooks will work directly with Deepnote. Just get them from our repo and import them into Deepnote.

Here is a retention analysis example from our basic product analytics notebook, running as an app in Deepnote:

Retention analysis, powered by Objectiv. Click to open in Deepnote.

Retention analysis, powered by Objectiv. Click to open in Deepnote.

But you can also use it for more advanced use cases, i.e. logistic regression modeling to predict user behavior:

Predicting user behavior with logistic regression. Click to open in Deepnote.

Predicting user behavior with logistic regression. Click to open in Deepnote.

There is a lot more

These are just a handful of examples, but you can use Deepnote to run any model from the open model hub directly on your full data warehouse.

How to get started

If you are already using Deepnote, follow the instructions to get started. If you don’t have access to Deepnote yet, you can first sign up for a free account here.

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