MyGeoHub Semi Annual Newsletter June 2021
10 Jun 2021 | Contributor(s): Carol Song
SACI - A Cloud Based Real Time Sensor Data Management and Analysis Platform
12 Nov 2020 | Contributor(s): Jaewoo Shin
This is a recoding of Jaewoo's presentation and demo on SACI at the Gateways 2020 conference in October, 2020.
Magmatic Forcing of Cenozoic Climate?
13 Aug 2019 | Contributor(s): Pietro Sternai
This is the supporting models for the contribution "AGU Centennial Grand Challenge: Magmatic Forcing of Cenozoic Climate?" [Paper #2018JB016460R] submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth.
SIMPLE-G US Web Application
11 Sep 2018 | Contributor(s): Jungha Woo, Uris Lantz C Baldos, Lan Zhao, Carol Song, Jaewoo Shin
SIMPLE-G US is the US version of the SIMPLE-G
03 Apr 2018 | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam
Export geospatial file metadata to the ISO-19115 standard
2017 GABBs Project Highlights
11 Feb 2018 | Contributor(s): Carol Song
This document highlights the GABBs project activities and accomplishments in 2017. GABBs is a National Science Foundation supported Data Infrastructure Building Blocks implementation project that has extended the HUBzero software stack with geospatial data and...
New science of climate change impacts on agriculture implies higher social cost of carbon
22 Nov 2017 | Contributor(s): Frances C. Moore, Uris Lantz C Baldos, Tom Hertel, Delavane Diaz
Despite substantial advances in climate change impact research in recent years, the scientific basis for damage functions in economic models used to calculate the social cost of carbon (SCC) is either undocumented, difficult to trace, or based on a small number of dated studies. Here we present...
Cloud-enabling a Collaborative Research Platform: The GABBs Story
26 Oct 2017 | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam, Rob Campbell, Derrick Kearney, Leif Delgass, Larry Biehl, Lan Zhao, Carolyn A Ellis, Carol Song
Modern cyberinfrastructures typically involve tightly integrated compute, storage and web application resources. They also form the basis of science gateways, which add their own science-specific processing or visualization capabilities. While some science gateways are intended as the central...
Developing Open Source Geospatial Data Analysis Building Blocks Software
26 Oct 2017 | Contributor(s): JIngbo Wu
This is an article published at Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research by Jingbo Wu describing his summer intern work as part of the GABBs project.
An open source geospatial cyberinfrastructure for interdisciplinary collaboration and broader engagement
26 Oct 2017 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Carol Song
Solving complex global problems demands that researchers from different disciplines work together, and their analytical tools, models and datasets interoperate. This is especially true in the context of sustainability. For instance, multiple goals of the United Nations Sustainable Development...
MyGeoHub Geospatial Gateway
26 Oct 2017 | Publications | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam, Lan Zhao, Rob Campbell, Derrick Kearney, I Luk Kim, Jaewoo Shin, Larry Biehl, Wei Wan, Carol Song
MyGeoHub is a science gateway for researchers working with geospatial data. Based on the HUBzero cyberinfrastructure framework, it provides general-purpose software modules enabling geospatial data management, processing and visualization. Termed “GABBs” (Geospatial Data Analysis...
21 Oct 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam
This video demonstrates the features of the GABBs iData data management building block such as automatic metadata extraction and geospatial file preview. It also walks through how iData files can be used in both hub tools and publications.
GABBs Installation from Open-source Packages
26 Jul 2017 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam
This document contains instructions for installing the various GABBs components either onto a existing hub or in your own infrastructure from scratch.
GABBs - Reusable Geospatial Data Analysis Building Blocks for Science Gateways
31 May 2017 | Publications | Contributor(s): Lan Zhao, Carol Song, Rajesh Kalyanam, Larry Biehl, Rob Campbell, Leif Delgass, Derrick Kearney, Wei Wan, Jaewoo Shin, I Luk Kim, Carolyn A Ellis
Science gateways have gained wide adoption in recent years as an effective platform for a lower barrier entry to computational resources, research collaboration, dissemination of scientific data, applications and publications, online education, and community engagement. Although multiple portal...
Start Your Own GABBs Hub in AWS
25 Apr 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Rajesh Kalyanam
This video illustrates the use of an AWS CloudFormation template to deploy a GABBs-enabled HUBzero instance in Amazon Web Services (AWS).Using this approach, any user can be up and running with a fully featured, functional hub instance with geospatial data management, and processing and...
2016 GABBs Project Highlights
26 Feb 2017 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Carol Song
This is a document that highlights the new development and engagement activities of the GABBs project in 2016. This DIBBs implementation project develops geospatial data analysis building blocks in the HUBzero Scientific Collaboration Platform to enable researchers and educators to create...
Demonstration of the Crop Calendar Prototype using PyMapLib
12 Feb 2017 | Animations | Contributor(s): Carol Song
This short video demonstrates the concept of a crop calendar tool. This is only an early prototype. Further development will be necessary to meet the user requirements.
PyMapLib Tutorial Tool
30 Aug 2016 | Tools | Contributor(s): Jaewoo Shin
Step-by-step tutorial for new users of PyMapLib library
Flow Extent Viewer
21 Nov 2016 | Tools | Contributor(s): Jaewoo Shin
Flow Extent Viewer
Integrating OPeNDAP With HUBzero
29 Jul 2016 | Downloads | 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...