Pricing

An overview of the different pricing plans can be found on DataCamp's pricing page.

DataLab offers four plans, one of which is a totally free plan that allows you to use DataLab for free indefinitely.

Starter

The free offering for DataCamp learners looking to take the next step in their learning. Starter allows you to:

  • Create and edit three public or private workbooks. You can invite other users as editors to your workbooks and collaborate with them in real-time.

  • Run code with 4GB of RAM, a minimum of 0.5 vCPUs and a maximum of 2 vCPUs. In order to make use of the full 2 cores, your code needs to be parallellizable.

  • Work as long as you want, provided you're not abusing the computation resources available to you (e.g. crypto mining). Your session will be closed after 30 minutes of inactivity (no cells running, no notebook edits). For security reasons, your session will be closed after 24 hours regardless of activity. In both cases, you can restart your session to continue using DataLab. For more information on running code for an extended period of time, see Long-running cells.

  • Access databases through fixed IP addresses so you can selectively configure your database's firewall.

  • Review and revert to previous notebook versions up to 30 days in the past.

  • Prompt the AI Assistant 20 times.

  • Store up to 5GB worth of files in a single workbook.

Premium

A paid offering for individual users with a need for more speed and memory or who want to have private workbooks. Premium enables you to:

  • Create and edit an unlimited amount of public or private workbooks in your personal space. You can invite other users as editors to your workbook and collaborate with them in real-time.

  • Run code with 16GB of RAM, a minimum of 2 vCPUs and a maximum of 8 vCPUs. In order to make use of all those cores, your code needs to be parallellizable.

  • Work as long as you want, provided you're not abusing the computation resources available to you (e.g. crypto mining). Your session will be closed after 2 hours of inactivity (no cells running, no notebook edits). For security reasons, your session will be closed after 24 hours regardless of activity. In both cases, you can restart your session to continue using DataLab. For more information on running code for an extended period of time, see Long-running cells.

  • Access databases through fixed IP addresses so you can selectively configure your database's firewall.

  • Review and revert to previous notebook versions up to 1 year in the past.

  • Prompt the AI Assistant as often as you want.

  • Store up to 20GB worth of files in a single workbook.

Premium for Groups

A paid offering for for organizations looking to collaboratively work on science projects.

Group members with a DataLab Premium license can:

  • Create and edit an unlimited number of workbooks in your group space. These workbooks can be easily shared with the entire group, rather than having to invite individual people one by one.

  • Create and edit group-owned integrations to connect to data warehouses and databases. These integrations are available in all of the group's workbooks.

  • Run code with 16GB of RAM, a minimum of 2 vCPUs and a maximum of 8 vCPUs. In order to make use of all those cores, your code needs to be parallellizable.

  • Work as long as you want, provided you're not abusing the computation resources available to you (e.g. crypto mining). Your session will be closed after 2 hours of inactivity (no cells running, no notebook edits). For security reasons, your session will be closed after 24 hours regardless of activity. In both cases, you can restart your session to continue using DataLab. For more information on running code for an extended period of time, see Long-running cells.

  • Access databases through fixed IP addresses so you can selectively open up your database's firewall.

  • Review and revert to previous notebook versions up to 1 year in the past.

  • Prompt the AI Assistant as often as you want.

  • Store up to 20GB worth of files in a single workbook.

Group members without a DataLab Premium license can only create three workbooks. They can edit workbooks created by other members in the group.

To learn more about the difference between personal and group integrations, read #personal-and-group-integrations.

All groups that applied for DataCamp for Classrooms or DataCamp Donates are on the Premium plan and every member of the group has a Premium license with basic hardware (2 vCPUs and 4GB RAM) for free. If you're new to DataCamp and believe you're eligible for one of these programs, check out DataCamp for Classrooms and DataCamp Donates.

For Organization Learning & Development

Maximize organizational learning with a fully-configured and secure sandbox environment for data experimentation. Contact sales for pricing.

  • A controlled learning environment

  • Unlimited group workbooks

  • Dedicated Customer Success Manager

FAQ

What's a vCPU?

When you run code on DataLab, you run this code in an isolated environment on one of DataCamp-managed cloud servers that you share with other users. Typically, 8 to 16 users are using the same physical server. To ensure every user gets a fair share of the processing power available on the server, every user gets a type of 'budget', which is expressed as a number of vCPUs, short for virtual CPUs. If the CPU resources of the server are 'contended' (because everyone on that server is doing a lot of heavy computation at the same time), users on paid plans will get 4 times more 'budget' on the CPU resources. In this situation, if CPU resources are contended and if the code is parallellizable to make full use of all CPU cores, the code of a user on DataLab Premium or with a DataLab Premium for Groups license will finish 4 times faster.

What if I run out of a disk quota in my workbook?

Every workbook has a maximum filesystem size of 5GB. If you run out of free storage, you are no longer able to edit or access your project. Contact us and we'll solve it for you.

Can I run multiple workbooks at the same time?

Yes! You can have at most 5 workbooks open at the same time, active and executing code in different browser tabs.

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