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    Torsten Steinbach commented  · 

    In some way you can do this already through RStudio. But it should be a generic concept, yes.

    Btw, in dashDB we have just started to release such generic REST API: https://developer.ibm.com/clouddataservices/wp-content/themes/projectnext-clouddata/dashDB/
    Not complete yet, but it allows to browse and download files from users directories.

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    Torsten Steinbach commented  · 

    Sharing is a key concept needed. One one side for collaboration in a team of authors of notebooks. For this it would be beneficial to do the sharing based on a versioning backend, e.g. by using github.

    But there is also sharing in the form of publishing. E.g. the notebook author wants some business user to be able to "consume" his notebook. For that scenario I would suggest to combine the sharing with dashboarding presentation, e.g. by combining it with this one here: https://github.com/jupyter-incubator/dashboards

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