There are a number of different resources available to data.world members, including a slack channel, forum, documentation portal, and a blog with great content. Here we've included details on each.
The data.world community can be wealth of knowledge, and even includes many of the data scientists and developers building the data.world platform. If you have questions, especially beyond bug reports and functionality requests you should stop by and engage some of the expert users of the platform.
In order to request an invite please visit https://slack.data.world and enter your email address:
Follow the instructions to be invited to http://datadotworldcommunity.slack.com and jump in to participate in the conversation!
Similar to the Slack community, the data.world forum is a great place to discuss the platform and other data-related topics. You can register using your data.world account at https://forum.data.world/ and be sure to bookmark it for future use!
Currently data.world has two different blogs to choose from, depending on what you're interested in:
The first, https://meta.data.world is a collection of thoughts, works, and best practices from the engineers at data.world who are building the platform and integrations that you use for you data work and exploration.
The second, https://blog.data.world which is lovingly labeled as "Distinct Values" is a collection of less technical content, thought leadership, and interesting data news.
data.world has a robust documentation portal that can help with many of the tasks and questions that you may encounter on the platform. Open the help widget from the bottom of any data.world page to search help articles, or visit https://docs.data.world to browse all content including API documentation and various tutorials.
If you can’t find what you need, simply click the 'Contact us' button in the help widget to submit a ticket to our team, or submit a request here, and we'll help however we can! You can also always contact us by emailing email@example.com.