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  1. Integrating OPeNDAP With HUBzero

    29 Jul 2016 | Contributor(s): Arjun Bagla

    The OPeNDAP data access protocol supports subsetting and aggregation of several geospatial data formats.Integration with HUBzero tools that support the OPeNDAP protocol enables them to only request file metadata and specific subsets of the file as required rather than store the entire file...

  2. iData Tutorial

    22 Jul 2016 | Contributor(s): Abilene Thiele Concepcion Perez

    *Note that the number before each step is the time on the YouTube video below where it shows how each step is done. Click on "View Resource" on the top right to watch the video.Start iData [0:05] Go to http://mygeohub.org/idata to load the iData application. It starts with...

  3. Integrating HUBzero and iRODS: Geospatial Data Management for Collaborative Scientific Research (iRODS User Group Meeting, 2016)

    09 Jun 2016 | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam, Rob Campbell, Sam Wilson, Pascal Meunier, Lan Zhao, Betsy A Hillery, Carol Song

    Geospatial data is now increasingly used with tools in diverse fields such as agronomy, hydrology and sociology to gain a better understanding of scientific data. Funded by the NSF DIBBS program, the GABBS project seeks to create reusable building blocks aiding researchers in adding geospatial...

  4. MapBuilder

    02 May 2016 | Tools | Contributor(s): Hou-Jen Ko

    Construct interactive maps

  5. GABBs Python Maps Library: PyMapLib

    09 Oct 2015 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Wei Wan, Lan Zhao, Jaewoo Shin, Carol Song

    As a part of the NSF funded Geospatial Data Analysis Building Blocks (GABBs) project, PyMapLib is designed as a generic framework for geospatial data visualization to support scientific computation and data tools. Based on a diverse set of use cases, the primary goal of PyMapLib is to lower the...

  6. Remote Sensing Analysis on HUBzero

    16 Sep 2015 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Larry Biehl

    MultiSpec is a remote sensing analysis tool being developed on MyGeoHub.org as part of the Geospatial Analysis Building Blocks (GABBs) NSF-funded and the IndianaView/AmericaView USGS-funded projects. The tool has been adapted from the desktop Macintosh and Windows versions...

  7. Data-driven Collaboration Environments - Integrating HUBzero and iRODS

    15 Sep 2015 | Publications | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam

    As part of an effort to establish a community-based data sharing environment, we previously developed a HUBzero-based web component, iData. Using the open-source data management software, iRODS, iData  provides hub users and tools with the ability to publish, manage, discover...

  8. The GABBs Report - Building Geospatial Capability in HUBzero

    15 Sep 2015 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Carol Song

    Geospatial data are present everywhere today with the proliferation of location-aware computing devices. This is especially true in the scientific community where large amounts of data are driving research and education activities in many domains. Collaboration over geospatial data, for example,...

  9. iData Cheat Sheet

    19 Jun 2015 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Lan Zhao, Carol Song

    This document is a quick note that guides new iData users through the steps of registering a hub account, creating a new dataset, uploading some files, and sharing with others.

  10. GeoBuilder for Exploring Geospatial Data

    13 Nov 2014 | Tools | Contributor(s): Hou-Jen Ko

    Build interactive maps with layers of private or shared data.

  11. Broadening Access to Geospatial Capabilities

    07 Nov 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Carol Song

    This is a presentation at Purdue GIS Day on November 7, 2014.

  12. Broadening Access to Geospatial Capabilities

    06 Nov 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Carol Song, Larry Biehl, Venkatesh Merwade, Nelson Benjamin Villoria

    This is a presentation at HUBbub 2014

  13. GABBS Project Overview

    06 Nov 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Carol Song

    This is a presentation at DIBBS PI meeting on August 11, 2014.