In Git-based projects, your project’s assets are organized as code, data, or artifacts.
Go to the project.
In the navigation pane, click Code, Data, or Artifacts.
This section organizes and lists all the Git-based repositories that store your project code and imported repositories. See Import Git Repositories for more information. Use common Git workflows to access files in these repositories.
When you interact with code in a Domino workspace, you can use common Git workflows, like committing, pushing, and pulling. See Use Git in Your Workspace for more information.
The default working directory for your code is
You can select any branch and the last 10 commits. You can browse the folders of linked Git repositories natively from the Code section on the Project page.
This section organizes and lists all data sources used in your project, including Domino datasets, external data volumes, and dataset scratch spaces. For more information about how to use data with your project, see the Domino Datasets.
This section contains the results from your research and analysis like plots, charts, and serialized models. You can also import artifacts from other projects.