OpenDreamKit is a project that brings together a range of projects and associate software to create and strengthen virtual research environments. The most widely used research environment is the Jupyter Notebook from which computational research and data processing can be directed. The OpenDreamKit project provides interfaces to well established research codes and tools so that they can be used seamlessly and combined from within a Jupyter Notebook. Read more…
Report on second Women In SageLearn more >
Free Computational MathematicsLearn more >
ODK continuation Proposal: FAIRmat (FAIR Mathematical Data for the European Open Science Cloud)Learn more >
How OpenDreamKit supported the RSE revolutionLearn more >
A successfull 2nd Formal Project ReviewLearn more >
3d interactive data visualisation with K3D-jupyterLearn more >
Deploying a containerized JupyterHub server with DockerLearn more >
Using Virtual Reality to Explore Mathematical KnowledgeLearn more >
28 Oct 2019
OpenDreamKit final review (Luxembourg)
26 Aug 2019
OpenDreamKit final reports sprint (Cernay (France))
17 Aug 2019
Workshop on Data in Mathematics (Cernay (France))
15 Aug 2019
GAP Singular Meeting and School (Lambrecht (Germany))
22 Jul 2019
Sage Days 100 (Bonn (Germany))
The project was labelled by the Free and Open Source Software Work Group of the Systematic Cluster.
We acknowledge financial support from the OpenDreamKit Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructures project (#676541).
This website has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of OpenDreamKit and of its partners, and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
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