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From Data to Insights: Get There Faster with the DataCamp Workspace AI Assistant

DataCamp today announced the launch of the AI Assistant within its modern data science notebook, Workspace. The AI-powered features are now available on both free and paid Workspace plans.
Apr 2023  · 4 min read

DataCamp today announced the launch of the AI Assistant within its modern data science notebook, Workspace. The AI-powered features are now available on both free and paid Workspace plans. 


Workspace is a data science notebook created by DataCamp with data democratization in mind. Originally, Workspace gained popularity among learners building portfolios to advance their careers in data science. But as Workspace grew in its capabilities and collaboration features, it became a valuable tool for teams to discover insights together. Organizations of all types use Workspace to maximize organizational learning, helping members transition from learning data science to doing data science.

One of the standout features of Workspace is its user-friendly setup process. Unlike traditional data science notebooks, which often require tedious steps in the terminal to set up Python or R environments and install necessary packages, Workspace runs entirely in-browser. This means that users can skip the complex setup process and dive straight into their data projects with ease. Additionally, Workspace includes versioning and auto saving capabilities to streamline the workflow and ensure that valuable work is securely stored and easily retrievable.

The Ultimate Tech Sidekick

With the addition of the AI Assistant, Workspace users can look forward to a more productive future. 

The assistant is akin to Iron Man’s J.A.R.V.I.S or Batman’s Alfred, helping Workspace users plot their path to data science success.

Filip SchouwenaarsVP of Engineering at DataCamp

Filip is keenly attuned to the needs of data notebook users and is leading efforts to build Workspace based on these users ever-evolving IDE requirements. 

The ultimate objective is to seamlessly integrate Workspace into the tooling stack of the modern data scientist, enabling anyone who uses data to make informed decisions. 

Fix Errors and Learn Faster 


The "Fix Error" button not only corrects errors in code, but also provides an opportunity to learn by explaining the error. This way, users can speak the language of data more confidently and avoid making the same mistakes in the future. Try it now »

Code Smarter with AI


With intelligent suggestions based on existing code and context, the AI Assistant can help write code more quickly and accurately. Efficiency is improved with smart autocompletion. Try it now »

Visualize Data and Tell a Story


The AI Assistant enables users to create beautiful and interactive visualizations of their data, making it easier to explore and understand. Users no longer need to know complex syntax to tell a compelling data story. Try it now »

All Skill Levels are Welcome

Workspace is a notebook that has revolutionized the data science workflow, making data science more accessible for everyone. Supercharging the analytics workflow, anyone can get from data to insights faster.

DataCamp remains committed to democratizing data science and removing barriers to entry, as exemplified by our AI Assistant tool. We firmly believe that data accessibility is the key to unlocking a brighter future for all. At DataCamp, we're dedicated to empowering individuals and organizations with the skills and tools needed to harness the power of data, and we'll continue to drive innovation and progress in this field.

Jonathan CornelissenCEO at DataCamp

If you would like to learn more about the DataCamp Workspace AI Assistant, you can try it now, or register for our upcoming webinar to see it in action.

Note: users that are member of large groups may not have access to these AI features by default; the group admin can toggle access on or off through the group admin settings.


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