Learn how you can seamlessly create data-based reports in markdown or through Kyso's Github integration & Jupyter notebook renderer.
Publishing to Kyso
You can publish articles, images, datasets and Jupyter notebooks to Kyso. In this article we will go through how to write a post using Kyso's web editor, or by uploading. You can also import from Github, or write an article using Kyso's web editor.
Use Kyso's web editor to create a post using markdown. Click on New in the top navigation bar and choose Write a Post
This will take you to our web editor where you can create your post. Refer to this markdown guide to discover all of the different features you can include, from tables and images to linking and creating lists. When you are finishing, click Publish My Blog.
A modal will pop up where you can edit the post's title, description, tags and preview image. When you are satisfied, click Submit.
If you are publishing a Jupyter notebook - be sure to look at the FAQ regarding our Jupyter renderer.
Upload Charts, Datasets, Articles and Jupyter Notebooks
On Kyso, you can create a cool post by simply uploading existing files - these can be images, datasets, code, notebooks or markdown files. Click on New in the top navigation bar and choose Upload.
On the upload page, give your post a title. Then click on the empty box to open your file browser or drag & drop your files. You can upload multiple files, all under the one post. Before you Publish you will be prompted to select a main file. This file will be the one rendered by default when someone visits your post. Readers can also browse the other files.
Finally, enter a description, a tag and provide a preview image before posting. You will be automatically re-directed to the post on Kyso.