Jupyter vs. Querybook

The comparison of the two data science notebooks. Both of them are great tools!

The table below summarizes some of the main differences.

See all notebooks

Jupyter

Logo of Jupyter

Project Jupyter exists to develop open-source software, open-standards, and services for interactive computing across dozens of programming languages. There's a number of vendors offering Jupyter notebooks as a managed service.

Read more

Querybook

Logo of Querybook

Discover, analyze, and collaborate. Querybook is Pinterest’s open-source big data IDE via a notebook interface.

Read more
Jupyter Querybook
License Open Source Open Source
Ease of setup Local (easy) or on a server (hard) Local (hard) or on a server (hard)
Native integrations N/A Rich plugin ecosystem
Collaboration Using git Real-time
Comments No No
Versioning Using git No
Reproducibility Problematic OK (only SQL)
Notebooks as products Plugins & python packages Scheduled runs