This page describes the viewing options for readers on Kyso reports
Readers can browse through the different files attached to the report.
Note that, by default, all files within a repository (folder) are imported into Kyso. To ensure certain files are not included in the import (example: images, data files, etc.) add a .kysoignore file to the directory and Kyso will not import those files.
You can have as many files, notebooks, etc.. within a project as you like.
Browsing Files, Versions
For all reports published to Kyso, any new commits made will be reflected here. Kyso shows the latest version of a report by default, such that:
All changes are tracked and maintained.
Users can view previous versions of the report.
So this means that analyses/research is always up to date and the project's lifecycle is maintained.
The main file on a report can change when a new version is pushed, if that is preferred. Imagine a data science project workflow, whereby a user documents their thoughts, requirements, etc. in Kyso's markdown editor.
Later, they can clone the report from Kyso, move to the next stage of the project - e.g. modelling data in a Jupyter notebook. They can push the report back upstream to Kyso, now making the notebook the report's main file on this new version.