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Managing the lifecycle of notebooks and scripts

Managing the lifecycle of notebooks and scripts

After you have created and tested your notebooks, you can add them to pipelines, publish them to a catalog so that other catalog members can use the notebook in their projects, or share read-only copies outside of Watson Studio so that people who aren't collaborators in your Watson Studio projects can see and use them. R scripts and Shiny apps can't be published or shared using functionality in a project at this time.

You can use any of these methods for notebooks:

Make sure that before you share or publish a notebook, you hide any sensitive code, like credentials, that you don't want others to see! See Hide sensitive cells in a notebook.

Parent topic: Notebooks and scripts

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