DataStax Studio notebooks

Notebooks provide an intuitive interface for developers and analysts to collaborate by mixing code, documentation, and visualizations for query results. A notebook consists of one or more cells.

Notebooks combine a web browser user interface with the DataStax Enterprise (DSE) scalable database. Notebooks provide a sharable interface to access data and enable collaboration, sharing, and explanation.

Notebooks contain the inputs and outputs of an interactive session and descriptive text that accompanies the code.

DataStax Studio includes these notebooks:

  • What’s New in Studio v6.8.0?

    Overview of new features:

    • Support for DSE Native Graphs

    • Export data results to CSV or JSON

    • Direct Cell Links

    • Highlighted Statement Execution

    • Improved Navigation

  • Working with CQL v6.8.0

    Tutorial to create and interact with data in a DSE cluster by writing and executing CQL code in a notebook. Learn about viewing the CQL schema with DESCRIBE commands. Learn to use content assist, syntax validation, and domain validation. View results in table view or different styles of charts. See also CQL documentation.

  • Working with Graph v6.8.0

    Introduces the DSE Graph-centric features of Studio and provides a basic introduction to vertices sizes, edge colors, and using interactive graph features. Learn how to:

    • Use display name templates to improve the display names shown in graph view

    • Dynamically view results in multiple views such as JSON, table, charts, and graph

    • Examine a subset of a graph based on an edge label, a set of edge labels, or a set of edges

    • Select vertices and edges, learn about vertices sizes and colors

    • Use full screen

    • Hide the code editor

    • Use content assist and schema-aware content assist for Gremlin code

    • Use schema view to see what is connected and how Learn about charting to visualize data results. Learn how to view help for efficient keyboard shortcuts.

  • Working with Spark SQL v6.0.0

    Quick tips and brief tutorial for working with Spark SQL in Studio. Learn to use content assist while writing a Spark SQL statement. Use schema view for a tree view of schema elements in a database. If you are new to DSE Analytics, see DSE Analytics.

  • DSE Graph QuickStart v6.8.0

    Introduction tutorial for using Studio to learn about DataStax Graph (core). The tutorial provides steps to insert data and run traversals. Also, see the DataStax Graph QuickStart documentation.

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