Sense.io Launches Data Science Platform to the Public

Sense has launched to the public today, March 18, 2015.  Sense is an online data science platform providing you the capability to easily perform your entire data science workflow via a browser.  No need to provision new servers or install software, just click “New Project” and start your analysis.  The Sense platform includes the following features:

  • Languages: R, Python, Julia, SQL
  • Simple collaboration for teams
  • Easily Scale up or down with just the click of a mouse
  • Scheduled Tasks
  • Notifications for completion of long running tasks
  • An on-premise Enterprise version

I have been one of the early beta-testers for Sense, and  I have previously written about using the platform.  I really like the platform.  I find it easy, intuitive, and clean.  Plus, I love being able to run all my analysis with just my chromebook. So, go signup and please feel free to follow me at sense.io/ryanswanstrom as I am sure to be adding some new analysis.

Below is a video with an expanded introduction to the Sense Platform.

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7 thoughts on “Sense.io Launches Data Science Platform to the Public”

  1. And I just spent half a day setting up Python on multiple operating systems… This seems to bear the potential to make people’s lifes easier, I will take a closer look at this before writing my own post.

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