Notebooks for academics (scientists, researchers etc.) which allow connection to datasets and embedded code. AcademicKnowledgeManagementSoftware
- JuPyter is probably an early example.
- NextJournal is a company offering hosting of them.
- MariaCloud is a ClojureLanguage interactive one.
- Pronto? (See LivelyKernel)
- NewSpeak's web IDE might actually be close to my dream in SmalltalkNeedsANewUI
- 2022 basic workspaces in Cardigan Bay are running, allowing you to both embed running ClojureScript scripts into your pages. AND publish them to your static / public site. More on CardiganBayWorkspacePublishing)
These ought to be the focus of academic publishing and practice.
AcademicJournals ought to insist that all publications are accompanied by a Smart Notebook.
What's wrong with them : https://austinhenley.com/pubs/Chattopadhyay2020CHI_NotebookPainpoints.pdf
Clerk for example is designed to avoid certain problems with them :
Specifically Clerk wants to address the following problems:
- Less helpful than my editor
- Notebook code being hard to reuse
- Reproduction problems coming from out-of-order execution
- Problems with archival and putting notebooks in source control
Seems to me these issues could be solved within notebooks too, if the notebook designers decide to take them seriously.
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