Sharing Your Code or Notebook

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In order to share your newly created model or insight, simply click the Share button on the right (this is true for both Code and Notebooks).

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/O42HbhAg1rsQYe1rqNN2RfRBH91ahV67QNuCWDC5KlHY8NI6mIl0qfreL6WQVW9l3RGo_YVWWZKqvzmhOCqS_YnIPL_5S_-pRugGpm5msmeeEiy76uDdQhjSiy0qrF4M9yK7pVE

After doing so, you will be asked to specify sharing settings and confirm that you want to share.

By default, your entry will be shared to everyone on the website, including guest users.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/z81XynbiQ8HTlvmY-Z0wGWjTOrYYCZ4ooMyMfVteuG3rXyKzqWX_ft7h1w6Dz-bLjA37NI3BD-hTyfprbbUunYSyLICVBK1JjDUJvFX0FKH4eGKt2Ot3EwXV3R_sLKRtCfQuU74

Once you have confirmed sharing, you can find a public URL to your entry here (it will be different from the URL that you use to edit your code — especially in Code mode), as well as the sharing settings.

Once you have the URL, simply clicking “Keep it shared” will close the window.

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/XfdIIBedAZ3RUNBf7Uaw6iSZTiXy9XwDld1q0dzVQcRGnDrq-d4Ao5eg2F6ded3uR7W_NltLwcXuK-tfoiP4wgYNVeviQKSyLrgwDqiR_GU2XOsWahJLs7p-W-d_IX0rdT8DE2U

That’s it! Now anyone can see your entry or clone (copy) it to their workspace in order to implement derived models. By the way, here is the Notebook used for this tutorial:

https://app.mipasa.org/jason-bourne/notebooks/view/MiPasa-interactive-chart-example

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