Using notebooks in DataStax Studio

A notebook persists its data to a DSE cluster.

DSE Graph

The connection identifies a particular graph.

For notebooks using DSE Graph, the connection must be changed to use a different graph.


The connection identifies a database instance.

For notebooks using CQL, the keyspace and table can be changed within the notebook.

Listing notebooks using Notebook Manager

The Notebook Manager lists all notebooks and supports filtering.

Defining run behavior in DataStax Studio

Steps to manage execution configurations.

Notebook cells in DataStax Studio

Description of notebook cells in DataStax Studio. Cells contain markdown text, Gremlin code, or CQL.

Notebook code editor in DataStax Studio

The Notebook code editor supports a subset of the Groovy programming language.

User data for DataStax Studio notebooks

All about user data for notebooks and where it’s kept.

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