marimo is a next-generation Python notebook where every notebook is also shareable as an interactive web app. It provides a seamless environment for exploring data, running experiments, building tools, and deploying apps.
pip install marimoin a terminal.
marimo tutorial intro.
marimo editor edit existing ones with
marimo edit your_notebook.py. marimo reacts to code changes, providing rapid feedback to keep your code and outputs in sync.
Import marimo in your notebooks to use interactive elements like sliders, dropdowns, tables, and more. Detailed documentation is available for learning advanced features such as laying out outputs in tabs, rows, columns, and more.
marimo allows you to run your notebook as a web app, hiding and making Python code uneditable. It also offers automatic conversion of Jupyter notebooks to marimo notebooks using the command
marimo convert your_notebook.ipynb > your_notebook.py.
Tutorials, examples, and FAQs are provided to guide users in utilizing marimo effectively. Contributions from the community are welcome, and details on how to contribute can be found in the CONTRIBUTING.md file. For further assistance or discussion, reach out to the marimo community on Discord.
The marimo team invites users to explore its features and join the growing community by starring the project on GitHub, subscribing to the newsletter, following on Twitter and LinkedIn, and participating in GitHub Discussions. Check out the public gallery for deployed examples demonstrating the power and versatility of marimo.