09 April 2019
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At RelationalAI, we believe relational knowledge graphs are the foundation for future data-centric systems, and we are excited to demo the reactive notebook environment we built for working with knowledge graphs here with you!
We'll talk about the ways our notebook is inspired by Pluto, and the exciting ways it differs.
To celebrate Pluto's 1 year anniversary, we are hosting PlutoCon, a two day mini conference about.... Pluto! It is a place to learn techniques from other Pluto users and from Pluto's designers.
Pluto.jl is open source, available at: https://github.com/fonsp/Pluto.jl
Powered by the Julia programming language: https://julialang.org/
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