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Welcome to conda-store!

conda-store is a set of open source tools for managing data science environments in collaborative teams. It provides flexible-yet-reproducible environments and a user-friendly graphical interface, while enforcing best practices throughout the environment's life cycle.


conda-store consists of three projects which are developed on separate GitHub repositories. The each have separate spaces on our documentation site as well:

  • conda-store: core library that provides all the key features through a REST API and CLI
  • conda-store-ui: web application (frontend) for accessing all the conda-store features
  • jupyterlab-conda-store: extension to access conda-store-ui within JupyterLab

The term "conda-store" is heavily overloaded, it can refer to the overall set of projects, the core repository, or the package based on context. If the meaning is unclear in a discussion, don't hesitate to ask the people involved to clarify.

Code of Conduct

The conda-store development team pledges to create a welcoming, supportive, and harassment-free space for everyone. All conda-store spaces, including GitHub conversations and video meetings, are covered by the conda organization code of conduct.


As a federated project under the conda-incubator organization, conda-store follows the conda-incubator governance. The conda-store development team (documented through GitHub Teams) makes all project decisions using a consent-based approach on the issue tracker or in team meetings.


conda-store's issue trackers are the best way to reach the conda-store development team. If you have any usage or contribution questions, open an issue on the corresponding repository following the issue creation guidelines:

If you are unsure about the repository, open your issues against the `conda-store`` repository and the development team will move it to the relevant space.


There are many ways in which you can contribute to conda-store (they're all important, so we list them in alphabetical order):


conda-store's community documentation is inspired by the Nebari community documentation.