Collaborating in Neptune¶
As an experiment tracking hub, Neptune provides several features for enabling knowledge sharing and collaboration among members of your data science team.
To share a view on a project or any of its parts, you simply copy and paste the URL to it.
If the project is private, access to the shared content is restricted to users who have access to the project.
If the project is public, anyone who has access to the Internet has access to the shared content.
For more information about user permissions in workspaces and projects, see user roles.
Each Neptune project has a built-in Wiki. The Wiki is a collaborative space for developing and sharing reports, insights, and remarks about the project’s progress, experiments and data exploration Notebooks.
Create a Wiki page¶
Enter the relevant project.
Click the Wiki tab.
Click the + button:
Type in the name of the new page.
Insert a comment¶
When you hover on any content in the Wiki page, the Comment icon appears on the right side. Click it to make a comment:
Alternatively, select existing text and click the comment button in the context menu that appears:
Formatting headings and adding mentions¶
While in a Wiki page, you can display a menu for formatting a heading or adding a mention of a person or experiment:
There are two ways to display the menu. Either:
Hover with the mouse until the + icon appears. Then click it.
You can edit Wiki pages collaboratively (think Google Docs). In the figure shown here, four users are editing the Wiki page simultaneously. Their avatars are displayed next to the title page. Note that each user has one color associated with them.
In the example, the user who has a green color, has highlighted the word “Project”, so that it is also highlighted in green. Another example, is the blue user – her mouse cursor is next to the word “progress”.
Hover on an avatar to see user details:
Hover on the highlighted text to see who highlighted it: