NASA HDF/HDF-EOS Data for Dummies (and Developers) - Making Data Access Easier

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SubmitterName Joe Lee
Submitteremail [email protected]
Meeting Summer 2012
SessionType breakout
Title NASA HDF/HDF-EOS Data for Dummies (and Developers) - Making Data Access Easier
Abstract This is a session for anyone who's interested in handling NASA HDF/HDF-EOS data.

We'll give you some introduction to the different data formats, visualization tools, and programming examples for an end-user who has never used Earth Science data in HDF/HDF-EOS file format. Then, we'll cover some advanced topics such as CF conventions, OPeNDAP, and long-term preservation for data producers and application developers. Please bring any issue or problem that you encountered with NASA HDF/HDF-EOS data and we can discuss it.Property "Abstract" (as page type) with input value "This is a session for anyone who's interested in handling NASA HDF/HDF-EOS data. </br>We'll give you some introduction to the different data formats, visualization tools, and programming examples for an end-user who has never used Earth Science data in HDF/HDF-EOS file format.</br>Then, we'll cover some advanced topics such as CF conventions, OPeNDAP, and long-term preservation for data producers and application developers. Please bring any issue or problem that you encountered with NASA HDF/HDF-EOS data and we can discuss it." contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.

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CoConveners Joe Lee
CollabAreas Information Technology and Interoperability