Since introducing JupyterLab in the Assess ring in our last issue, it has become the preferred web-based user interface for Project Jupyter for many of our data practitioners. JupyterLab use is rapidly overtaking Jupyter Notebooks, which it will eventually replace. If you're still using Jupyter Notebooks, you should give JupyterLab a try. Its interactive environment is an evolution of Jupyter Notebook: it extends the original capabilities with drag-and-drop cells and tab autocompletion among other new features.
JupyterLab is the next-generation web-based user interface for Project Jupyter. If you've been using Jupyter Notebooks, JupyterLab is worth a try; it gives you an interactive environment for Jupyter notebooks, code and data. We see it as an evolution of Jupyter Notebook: it provides a better experience by extending its original capabilities of allowing code, visualization and documentation to exist in one place.