Repositories Frequently Asked Questions

What is a repository?

A repository is a collection of datasets, insights, charts, pipelines that are grouped under a particular theme. There are public access repositories, that is, any user can access the content of that repo, and there are also private access repos, which only members of the repo have access to. Read more

How can I restrict access to my repositories?

To restrict access to a repository you can make the repo private when creating it instead of giving it public access. Once created, add only the members or teams with whom you want to share the information of that repo. Read more

How do I navigate among repositories?

Repositories can be navigated from two views: Home and Explore. In the left bar of the home page there are the repositories listed in the following order: those that the user follows (Following), then those that belong to the user, that is, in which the user is the owner, then those repos where the user is an administrator and , finally, the repositories that were shared with the user.

What is the difference between being an owner of a repo or an admin?

The difference between being an owner or an admin of a repo is that the first one, in addition to having read, write and edit permissions, also has the ability to transfer ownership of the repo to another owner. Read more

Luciano Cohan

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Luciano Cohan

Co-Fundador de Alphacast. Ex Subsecretario de Programación Macroeconómica. Data Science. Creando una plataforma para el trabajo colaborativo en economías

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