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  1. Cyberinfrastructure for the collaborative development of U2U decision support tools

    10 Nov 2016

    This paper describes the use of cyberinfrastructure to create interactive applications as part of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. These applications transform historical climate data, knowledge, and models into decision support tools for end users such as crop farmers, uni- versity Extension...

  2. Using Useful to Usable (U2U) Tools for an Introductory Agronomy Course (Purdue University) -- Lab Assignment

    04 Dec 2014

    This lab was constructed to provide introductory Agronomy students with a knowledge base of farming technology and available agricultural decision-making tools. Students will learn available technology for predicting climate variability, growing degree days, nitrogen fertilizer rates, cover crop...

  3. Developing A Collaborative Environment for Useful to Useable (U2U) Project

    10 Nov 2014

    HUBzero is being used as a collaborative environment for the Useful to Usable (U2U) project funded by the USDA. U2U is an integrated research and extension project working to improve farm resilience and profitability in the North Central U.S. by transforming existing climate data into usable...

  4. Developing A Collaborative Environment for the Useful to Usable (U2U) Project

    10 Nov 2014

    HUBzero is being used as a collaborative environment for the Useful to Usable (U2U) project funded by the USDA. U2U is an integrated research and extension project working to improve farm resilience and profitability in the North Central U.S. by transforming existing climate data into usable...

  5. U2U Selected Research Highlights

    18 Feb 2013

    This short document overviews some of the recent research findings from the U2U project.

  6. U2U Poster - Oct 2012

    27 Nov 2012

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.

  7. U2U Progress Timeline (graphic)

    08 Nov 2012

  8. U2U Accomplishment Highlights (April 2011 - Sept 2012)

    17 Oct 2012

    This document provides a brief overview of the top accomplishments from the U2U project from April 2011 - Sept 2012.

  9. U2U Fact Sheet - October 2012

    17 Oct 2012

    The U2U fact sheet is a brief handout describing project objectives and participants.

  10. U2U Poster - May 2012

    18 May 2012

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.

  11. U2U Objective 2 Fact Sheet

    24 Jan 2012

    The U2U Objective 2 Fact Sheet briefly describes the planned and ongoing research activities, as well as participants, of the Objective 2 Working Group.

  12. U2U Objective 1 Fact Sheet

    24 Jan 2012

    The U2U Objective 1 Fact Sheet briefly describes the planned and ongoing research activities, as well as participants, of the Objective 1 Working Group.

  13. U2U Fact Sheet - October 2011

    28 Oct 2011

    The U2U fact sheet is a brief handout describing project objectives and participants.

  14. Evaluation Reports

    18 Oct 2011 | Publications

    An evaluation team perodically examines our progress towards defined project objectives. During year 1, three such evaluations are scheduled. As these are completed, the report will be added to this resource.

  15. U2U Overview Presentation

    03 Aug 2011 | Online Presentations

    This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) research project. Last updated Nov. 1, 2011.

  16. U2U Poster - July 2011

    22 Jul 2011 | Online Presentations

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.Thank you to our University of Wisconsin colleagues...