Domino organizes work using Projects. Projects are designed for the experimental, iterative, code-based work of data science and analytics teams. Use Projects to logically organize data, code, artifacts, and user permissions.
Projects encourage best practices in your work. They are flexible and can fit your organization’s unique workflow. From ideation to production, Projects guide you through the end-to-end lifecycle of creating a variety of analytical assets.
Domino Projects come in two types: Git-based Projects and Domino File System Projects. There are differences in the workflow of each. See Project organization to learn about these Project types and their differences.
The topics in this section will teach you how to get the most out of Projects.
Jumpstart your project work with Domino Reference Projects, a collection of open-source projects built to help you solve specific use cases or implement a particular analytical method. You can use them to learn more about Projects and Domino.