MyGeoHub will be down on Monday, December 9th, 2019 starting at 8:00 am EST for scheduled migration to new equipment. All open tool sessions will be terminated so please plan accordingly. We apologize for any inconvenience. There may be intermittent downtime between Monday, December 9th and Wednesday, December 11th for additional maintenance.
The GABBs project partners with other NSF awardees in the DIBBS, DataNet, SI2 and other programs in both specific and broader collaborations throughout its duration. Examples of collaborative activities include:
Brown Dog Workshop - GABBs project director presented the project at the Brown Dog Workshop at UIUC in July 2014. This visit helped the two projects to have a better understanding of the potential for collaboration, include two-way interactions between Brown Dog utilities and GABBs spatial data and modeling services.
Collaboration with Globus - The GABBs team met with the Globus team in February 2014 and identified several areas of integration opportunities. Since then, the GABBs team has integrated Globus data transfer into HUBzero, and created scientific tools to enable large data movement using Globus "under the hood".
Collaboration with the DataNet iRODS project - Dr. Reagan Moore, PI of the DataNet Federation Consortium (DFC) project from University of NC, on the Purdue campus, January 2014. The two teams are collaborating on iRODS infrastructure and new micro-services. The GABBs iData data management uses iRODS as the underlying data repository.
Collaboration through the NSF DIBBS, DataNet and other programs includes: