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  • on any page. AQ User Requirement Resources are collected through Del.icio.us using the tag combination: GEOTask:US0901a WS:AQ_REQGEO_User_Requirements_for_Air_Quality
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources Add new document - Enter the document title below: Form: CandidateAQFocusArea
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources GEO Task US0901a | The Nine-Step Process | GEOSS 10-Year Plan Ref Doc | GEOSS
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  • right user. It is here recognized that public documents that explicitly address the information requirements for each user class in the 2D user matrix
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  • together on how to deliver ES data to AQ researchers, managers and other users/consumers facilitate and demonstrate the information flow of from data providers
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  • science data and information. Strengthen the ties between observations and user communities (e.g. technologies, research, education and applications). Promote
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  • < Exceptional Air Pollution Event Analysis Community Workspace | Discussion | News | Participants | About
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  • managers and developers of disaster response systems and tools, and end-user communities within ESIP. We are also looking to work wih other ESIP clusters
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  • User Model User Stories Efforts Converging (We Hope) with the Earth Science Collaboratory
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  • DataSystemProfileData System ProfileDatasetFGDCDataset SchemaDropDownGEO User Requirement DocumentGlossaryMeeting SessionMeeting SessionsModulesReport
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  • specific user communities; and resulted in the development of multiple, diverse metadata “dialects.” Consequently, sharing data outside specific user communities
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  • Applications, determined by the user for which the resource and/or resource series is not suitable. User Response Response to the user-determined limitations.
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  • DataSystemProfileData System ProfileDatasetFGDCDataset SchemaDropDownGEO User Requirement DocumentGlossaryMeeting SessionMeeting SessionsModulesReport
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  • and use with processing web services and tools, and collects metadata and user-feedback on datasets. DataFed also provides standards-based data feeds to
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  • <DynamicPageList> category = AQOProposal namespace=User shownamespace=false mode = ordered </DynamicPageList>DoneAtomicdate:2006-01-25
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  • Twitter project page! Air Twitter, is a twitter account designed to harvest user-generated content like tweets, delicious bookmarks, flickr pictures and youtube
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  • DataSystemProfileData System ProfileDatasetFGDCDataset SchemaDropDownGEO User Requirement DocumentGlossaryMeeting SessionMeeting SessionsModulesReport
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  • the Internet, connects data/information providers and users; to deliver reliable, up-to-date and user friendly information – vital for the work of decision
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  • for what the user needs If there are needed data, the user can not find them If the user can find them, she can not access them If the user can access then
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources Add new document - Enter the document title below: Form: CandidateAQFocusArea
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  • Brochure | Documents GEOSS: Architecture and Data | Science and Technology | User Interface | Capacity Building | GEOSS AIP AQ Scenario | Core AI Report |
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  • Earth observations. The workshop "Building a User-Driven GEOSS: Methods to Capture, Analyze, and Prioritize User Needs," held on April 10, 2010 in Sydney,
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NEI - US National Emissions Inventory Browse Fields RDF for NEI <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Google
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  • (ISO 19157) Provenance (PROV, ISO 19115-1) External References (19115-1) User Feedback Data Quality/Lineage (FGDC) EOS Core System (Archive Metadata) Appendixes
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  • < Back to GEOSS AIP AQ Scenario < Back to 2008-05-05: UIC/ADC Air Quality Scenario Workshop
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  • information to help users once they are at their site. This approach is provider-driven and does not incorporate the user needs. In a user-centric information
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  • Please register! 2011-08-26: Solta workshop, Agenda, Notes. CoP Reports to GEO User Interface Comm. AQ Data Network Report at EGU2012 AQ_CoP General Descriptions
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  • approached in a variety of “dialects,” depending on the needs of specific user communities. Though different, these languages also significantly overlap
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  • the GEO architecture and data standards communities about user needs for GEOSS. What do AQ users need from the GEOSS registries? from interoperability standards
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources GEO User Requirements for Air Quality Document- To Be Sorted Add new document
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources Add new document - Enter the document title below: Form: CandidateAQFocusArea
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  • View: All | Candidate | Advisory Group Suggested | Submitted | To Be Sorted To sort add tag - [[Category:Trash]] or [[Category:CandidateDoc]] <ask limit="500">*</ask>
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  • Brochure | Documents GEOSS: Architecture and Data | Science and Technology | User Interface | Capacity Building | GEOSS AIP AQ Scenario | Core AI Report |
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  • < Back to DataSpaces AIRNOW - Surface Monitoring Data for PM2.5 and Ozone Browse Fields RDF for AIRNOW <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP
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  • incoming proprietary dataset formats into standard formats the user can save to their PC. A user can save the data or visualization--or both--to their local
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  • throughout the standard to provide information about papers (scientific, user guides...) or to provide cite-able information about the resource (a dataset
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  • epidemiological studies Yes, based on existing user community Yes, based on existing user community Yes, based on existing user community Community outreach, international
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  • of Earth science educational products, information, and tools to a broad user community using the wealth of Earth science data and expertise available
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  • <Back to Data Summit Workspace <All Data Systems Edit with Form or Submit Word Doc Data System Name: NEISGEI Data System URL: http://www.neisgei.org Contact
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  • form user-driven data flow systems. GEOSS, like the Internet, connects data/information providers and users; to deliver reliable, up-to-date and user friendly
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  • the web in order to better serve their users. Washington University with the AQ Workgroup, proposes to monitor user-generated web content like, Twitter,
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  • defining, developing and evaluating requirements for product services and user services. Products and Services carries out this mission by soliciting for
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  • and interpersonal, between and among air quality data providers and data users; please participate at any level you would like in any of our activities
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  • enhanced to include data from GASP and the ground-based LIDAR sensors. An end user advisory committee comprised of air quality forecasters and analysts is providing
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  • <Back to Data Summit Workspace <All Data Systems Edit with Form or Submit Word Doc Data System Name: EPA AIRQuest Data Warehouse Data System URL: http://airquest
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  • Center Data System URL: http://eosweb.larc.nasa.gov Contact Person: Science User and Data Services Contact e-mail: [email protected] The Earth Observing System
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  • difference between costs incurred by the end user both before and after the system was implemented. These same user groups can be surveyed to determine if there
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  • EE Tutorials (redirect from EE User Support)
    < Exceptional Air Pollution Event Analysis Community Workspace | Discussion | News | Participants | About If you are new to this workspace, check out the
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  • progress). Not Given Inside EPA firewall. Small user base currently inside EPA only. No automated user feedback approach needed currently. EMF uses a PostgreSQL
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  • to the Geoweb Server. The user is presented with a search results list, similar to Google or Yahoo search results. The user can then view the metadata
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  • "Giovanni" is an online tool allowing researchers, students, and application users to easily explore, inter-compare, and analyze remote sensing data using only
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  • VIEWS steering committee. Over the next few years the user base for VIEWS grew significantly, as did user requests for additional datasets and new functionality
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  • (FGDC) Data Understanding - Provenance (ISO-19115-1) Data Understanding - User Feedback (ISO-19115-1) Page - Documentation Recommendations
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  • therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process. User feedback is collected from the public via a Comment Handler package. Stakeholder
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  • broadcasts that were decoded by special receivers connectd to C-band receivers at user sites. The switch to IDD did away with the subscription fee which made it
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  • Explorer (if you don't have MS Visio). Use Case 01: User Management Use Case 02: Personalize User Experience Use Case 03: Manage Portal Use Case 04: Provider
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  • <Back to Data Summit Workspace <All Data Systems Edit with Form or Submit Word Doc Data System Name: CASTNET Data System URL: http://www.epa.gov/castnet
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  • The more complete and compatible the metadata, the more likely it is that a user will be able to discover the data they are seeking. This sub-section aims
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  • participating organizations in GEO have sponsored a series of workshops entitled "The User and the GEOSS Architecture", each workshop having a region-specific theme
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  • Student (Chris Lynnes) Data Scientist (Chris Lynnes) NASA ABoVE Scientific User (PDF) (Steve Aulenbach, Peter Griffith, Jeff McWhirter, Brian Wee)
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  • ecificUsage/mri:MD_Usage/mri:usageDateTime User Determined Limitations Applications, determined by the user for which the resource and/or resource series
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  • defining, developing and evaluating requirements for product services and user services. The Chair of Products and Services Committee (P&S) serves on the
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  • toxics, visibility, etc.) AQS provides standard and ad hoc report access to users. By policy, only state, local, tribal and federal agency employees and contractors
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  • < Back to DataSpaces EDGAR - EDGAR Emission Data Browse Fields RDF for EDGAR <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description
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  • specialized data sources. Some portals are more user-oriented, catering for the needs of specialized user types such as informing the Public. Many Data Portals
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  • The more complete and compatible the metadata, the more likely it is that a user will be able to discover the data they are seeking. Once a dataset is discovered
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  • annotation process. The spatial and temporal coverage of CMAQ applications is user-defined. CMAQ applications by the US EPA typically cover national spatial
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  • Practice to inform them on user needs from a community. An example of this is the activity currently underway to document user requirements for air quality
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  • < Back to DataSpaces GFED_WCS - GFED WCS Browse Fields RDF for GFED_WCS <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Websites tagged in WCS+Link
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  • Your browser does not support inline frames < Back to DataSpaces AQS_d - AQS_d Browse Fields RDF for AQS_d <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP
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  • likely solve many user stories (so should ESC really focus a lot of time on user stories) Chris - need to recruit end users to the "User Stories" track Frew
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  • projects using real-time global scale data resources, the user-configurable processing chains, and the user-defined virtual dashboards. (See collaboration letter
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  • Conventional security issues only; access is via anonymous ftp (from the QSSC) or by user-created accounts (from the Langley DAAC).. The Data Exchange Standard and
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  • and provide updates to the User Interface Committee, GEO and other stakeholder communities as appropriate; Advise the User Interface Committee, other CoPs
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  • Schultz, Tarrason: Introduction [[media: | Gaetani: GEO workplan]] Cryan: e-Reporting and INSPIRE Robinson: Air Quality Documentation: Publishing and Using
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  • knowledge to users through an international partnership of research and operational experts and users. SDS-WAS Objectives: To provide users access to forecasts
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  • ISO 19115 Metadata documents from GEOSS Clearinghouse Service Registry. The user interface filters the service list by keywords like Parameter, Domain, Originator
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  • < Back to DataSpaces AERONETd - Global Ground-Based Sun Photometer Network Browse Fields RDF for AERONETd <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NPRI - Canada NPRI Browse Fields RDF for NPRI <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description here GOS
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NEI_Point - US National Emissions Inventory Point Sources Browse Fields RDF for NEI_Point <- Should be a property What Links here
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  • categories drafted by the UIC User Type group. So far the Carbon CoP and the Weather CoP have been able to characterize their users using this taxonomy; the
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  • Back to: Air Quality Cluster Ross Bagwell, NASA/CTS Glynis Lough, Battelle Tim Dye, STI Stan Morain,EDAC/Univ. of New Mexico Rita Freuder,University of
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NEI_EGU - NEI Electric Generating Utilities Emissions Browse Fields RDF for NEI_EGU <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NEI_Area - US National Emissions Inventory Browse Fields RDF for NEI_Area <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px
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  • < Back to DataSpaces RETRO_ANTHRO - World Emission RETRO ANTHRO Browse Fields RDF for RETRO_ANTHRO <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki
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  • < Back to DataSpaces MNEI_Area - Mexican National Emissions Inventory Browse Fields RDF for MNEI_Area <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki
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  • < Back to DataSpaces MNEI_NonRoad - Mexican National Emissions Inventory Browse Fields RDF for MNEI_NonRoad <- Should be a property What Links here on
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  • < Back to DataSpaces MNEI_Point - Mexican National Emissions Inventory Browse Fields RDF for MNEI_Point <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NEI_Mobile - US National Emissions Inventory Mobile Browse Fields RDF for NEI_Mobile <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP
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  • < Back to DataSpaces MNEI_Mobile - Mexican National Emissions Inventory Browse Fields RDF for MNEI_Mobile <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources Erin: Make Dynamic List for GEO_URR Tags See also GEOSS User Requirements Registry
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NOAA_HMS_WFS - NOAA HMS fires Browse Fields RDF for NOAA_HMS_WFS <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Websites
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  • GEOSS User Requirement Registry (URR) Time: 4:00-5:30 Location: MT. VERNON Convener: Foley, Peter URR Data Model Multiple registries driven by user needs
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  • the Internet, connects data/information providers and users; to deliver reliable, up-to-date and user friendly information – vital for the work of decision
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  • products and/or producing products for other applications; User Types: registry of GEOSS user types, groups and classes; Requirements: list of quantitative
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources The project is guided by an Advisory Group, consisting of about a dozen people
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  • access, and sharing of array-oriented scientific data. NetCDF has a strong and user community Unidata is supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation for
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  • Hands on: semantic web application development from use case to user testing. This 6 hr session presented over two half-days is intended to provide both
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  • it eventually. Key Needs: learn analysis techniques from more experienced users in the field. See what developments are going on in the field as a whole
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  • specialized data sources. Some portals are more user-oriented, catering for the needs of specialized user types such as informing the Public. Failed to load
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  • < Back to DataSpaces OMI_AI_G_OL - OMI Absorbing Aerosol Index Browse Fields RDF for OMI_AI_G_OL <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px
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  • < Back to DataSpaces OMI_AI_G - OMI Absorbing Aerosol Index Browse Fields RDF for OMI_AI_G <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px
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  • Energy Cluster is to provide a forum for impacted organizations to provide end user needs, government organizations to discuss policy constraints and requirements
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  • (End User) Visualization/Analysis: Applications which serve end users with analysis, visualization, reporting, decision support or other end-user oriented
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  • metadata (all) How to use WIKI (collaborative) technology for monitoring user needs, user feedback, and metadata. (all) Reducing redundancy and redirecting resources—process
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  • interface, a user can retrieve metadata about data and services advertised by user-registered casts and/or OpenSearch services that matches the user's search
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  • include but are not limited to: Notebooks, scientific papers, web pages, user guides, word processing documents, spreadsheets, data dictionaries, PDF’s
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  • operated in the simplest way possible, to meet user needs. Not only for present users, but future users as well. Scientists must be actively engaged in
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  • NSF Earth Cube NASA Earth Exchange Virtual observatories International More user stories would be helpful Project collaboration Recast novice grad student
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  • provided to the user to initiate that action. 3.Controls are provided to the user to refine the criteria used to 'discover' the dataset. 1)The user selects the
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  • DataSystemProfileData System ProfileDatasetFGDCDataset SchemaDropDownGEO User Requirement DocumentGlossaryMeeting SessionMeeting SessionsModulesReport
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  • Usage Data types and spatial, temporal and compositional attributes Primary User and/or supplier groups Connections to other Systems Primary Storage Planned
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  • cloud-based architectures, technologies, and software. By bringing together users, developers, and researchers from industry, government, and academia, this
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  • resource and/or resource series 3 mri:userDeterminedLimitations 0..1 gco:CharacterString Applications, determined by the user for which the resource and/or resource
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  • instruments, and creates user specified data products that are automatically generated and delivered to the user local client. At present, a user needs to know a
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  • DataSystemProfileData System ProfileDatasetFGDCDataset SchemaDropDownGEO User Requirement DocumentGlossaryMeeting SessionMeeting SessionsModulesReport
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  • validating OpenSearch servers or cast endpoints. User points their browser to the ESIP testbed portal User selects one of the validation options. The options
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  • to identify users in other countries If we look at Airnow and IDEA sites that show aerosol and smoke trajectories. If we start with EPA user, it helps technology
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  • information system breakouts on day 2 (data systems, processing centers, user visualization/analysis), the groups determine current gaps in meeting the
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  • NOTE: It is understood there are overlaps between general categories and the user is encouraged to select the one most appropriate. Code List: http://standards
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  • goals Background on the Decadal Survey Background on the Capability Vision User communities overview Overview of the use cases Session 2 Group assessment
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  • DataSystemProfileData System ProfileDatasetFGDCDataset SchemaDropDownGEO User Requirement DocumentGlossaryMeeting SessionMeeting SessionsModulesReport
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  • the designated community of users appropriate to the data. To help ensure correct usage of the data by the designated user communities, data creators will
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  • Uncommon Knowledge and Open Innovation: Building a Science Commons NOAA Data User Workshops Federal Agency Panel on Data Policy with Representatives from EPA
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  • Brochure | Documents GEOSS: Architecture and Data | Science and Technology | User Interface | Capacity Building | GEOSS AIP AQ Scenario | Core AI Report |
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  • data sharing are concisely expressed in the 1989 NAS report “User and Information”: the user cannot find the data; if he can find it, he cannot access it;
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  • < Back to DataSpaces SCIAMACHYm - SCIAMACHYm Browse Fields RDF for SCIAMACHYm <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description
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  • < Back to DataSpaces GOMEm - GOMEm Browse Fields RDF for GOMEm <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description here Google
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  • required by user groups on national, regional and global scales. Has a specific goal to address cross-cutting issues by coordinating user communities of
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  • < Back to DataSpaces Astrophoto - The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth Browse Fields RDF for Astrophoto <- Should be a property What Links here
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  • < Back to DataSpaces MOPITT_Day - MOPITT Browse Fields RDF for MOPITT_Day <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description here
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  • < Back to DataSpaces AMAP_G - Dataset Title Browse Fields RDF for AMAP_G <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description here
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  • < Back to DataSpaces NADP - National Atmospheric Deposition Network Browse Fields RDF for NADP <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px
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  • < Back to DataSpaces AVHRR - AVHRR Browse Fields RDF for AVHRR <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px AVHRR is a four-image dataset
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  • < Back to DataSpaces CIESIN_POP - Data Title here Browse Fields RDF for CIESIN_POP <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description
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  • < Back to DataSpaces EPA_AirMarkets - EPA_AirMarkets Browse Fields RDF for EPA_AirMarkets <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data
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  • < Back to DataSpaces ASTR_FIREm - ASTR_FIREm Browse Fields RDF for ASTR_FIREm <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Google Scholar
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  • < Back to DataSpaces GDSG_Fire - GDSG Fire Browse Fields RDF for GDSG_Fire <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description
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  • < Back to DataSpaces GASP - GASP Browse Fields RDF for GASP <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description here Google Scholar
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  • < Back to DataSpaces GOES_12 - GOES_12 Eastern NAM Browse Fields RDF for GOES_12 <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data description
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  • < Back to DataSpaces CALIPSO - CALIPSO Lidar Browse Images Browse Fields RDF for CALIPSO <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px Data
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  • < Back to DataSpaces QuickScat_WindMed - QuickScat Wind Speed Browse Fields RDF for QuickScat_WindMed <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki
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  • Data access and visualisation user interface: http://htap.icg.kfa-juelich.de:50080/ MACC Data access and visualisation user interface: http://macc.icg.kfa-juelich
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  • < Back to DataSpaces VIEWS_OL - VIEWS_OL Browse Fields RDF for VIEWS_OL <- Should be a property What Links here on ESIP wiki 400px VIEWS_OL is an aerosol
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  • event-detection/triggered-responses in real-time data streams. Enabling the creation of user-configurable virtual observatories that bring together sensors from different
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  • of data analytics from a user perspective, and a data discovery perspective, as well as useful tools that can help the data user. Please give them a look
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  • Sameer from Microsoft discussed "user intent modeling" at the charette Is there something to the concept of "user intent"? Users have to know about the Earth
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  • management. The federated data sets are accessed through the catalog where the user can identify desired data sets. In this illustration, we will use the TOMS
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  • identification of missing user stories ...identification of opportunities that have been missed (e.g. if somebody realizes that a powerful user story can be enabled
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  • providers. 2.User’s roles within a provider context will be restricted. 1.none 1.User opens the EIE default portal site. 2.User selects “New User”, from main
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  • Competion, Coopetition Attracting user participation Maximize the 'Network Effect'.... Grasping and harnessing Web 2.0 ====..End Users: AQ Managment, Science
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  • This discussion session is intended for different user communities to help define information and service inventory needs. Participants will help define
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  • an option in a user interface). There would be slightly more information captured for the tool. A simple user interface would allow a user to select a dataset
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  • for that coverage. The main data query service is getCoverage, in which the user specifies the desired data subsets as well as the desired data format. In
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  • Need to do a 'gap analysis' between what users say they need and what workspace capabilities exist. What are the user requirements of a workspace: easy to
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  • NOAA EDM meeting, USGS CDI, NASA ESDSWG, invite to participate) Technical User Stories Single group vs. heterogeneous groups vs. groups all covering same
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  • How can we contribute? 3 Data Scientist as a data user Data Scientists are, obviously, data users. Data scientists: What are your Earth science data needs
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  • be registered with the system as a user. 2.Deletion of a user removes all Expert services associated with that user. 3.Service provider must respond to
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  • dates could confuse broad range of users Martin - Applications would use the version date, not user Who are the next users in this chain? GEO AQ CoP. RHusar:
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  • recommendations Notes from reviewing analysis of other reports: identify types of users from these documents (public health analysts, data providers, policy makers
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  • granule. To see if lineage was constant, the user would only need to check whether this id changed. When a user needed the complete lineage description, the
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  • data community; begin to establish a community-wide strategy responsive to user defined needs. The assumption is built off of existing systems for most efficient
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  • GeoPackage US Topo Big Data Database Vector and Raster Tiling geoJSON user guide REST user guide Releasing CFP for Testbed 13 - in January themes REST clients
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  • umbrella groups User Stories - Use Cases for construction of ESC + Outreach Stories Maybe start with User Stories? First, what is the User Model (e.g., different
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  • BBOX, filling the empty space with NULLS The WCS query allows requesting a user-specified grid resolution of the returned data. The WIDTH=500 HEIGHT=500
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  • ion to the Federation Foggy Bottom Track 4 Climate and Energy Policy and User Requirements Mt. Vernon Track 5 Cloud Computing Potomac 3:30 - 4:00 Break
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  • for preserving data and information over the long term for their respective user communities, and each is also working toward providing broader, more comprehensive
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  • contact service provider. EIE10.0.1) User enters the portal EIE10.0.2) (optional) User logs into the portal EIE10.0.3) User selects the service search link
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  • provided to the user to initiate that action. 3.Controls are provided to the user to refine the criteria used to 'discover' the dataset. 1)The user selects the
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  • air quality data tools developers. The broad range of information users, create a user-driven space for describing, documenting, and providing feedback
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  • to the user to initiate that action. 3.Controls are provided to the user to refine the criteria used to 'discover' the dataset. EIE09.0.1)The user selects
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  • quality users with NASA data and services. The proposal addresses the area of interest specified in the ACCESS RFP as, "Improving Earth science user access
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  • and parameters that were specified in the query. 1) The user discovers the OMI NO2 WCS 2) The user submits a WCS GetCoverage request that includes bounding
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  • information. Users should be encouraged to participate. You can provide a sandbox for evaluating new products. Build an active user base and supply more user services
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  • provided to the user to initiate that action. 3.Controls are provided to the user to refine the criteria used to 'discover' the dataset. 1)The user selects the
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  • to join EIE24.1.2) User joins EIE24.1.3) Proceed with request fulfillment EIE24.2.1) Present with opportunity to join EIE24.2.2) User declines invitation
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  • designers and product developers Data Users [Doesn't NASA already have a classification of about a dozen data user types?] Disciplinary Earth science researchers
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  • Packaging Tool was tested using virtual user study. Feedback for this demonstration included: having an expressive user is really helpful for enhancing the
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  • access should be the same, so data-to-knowledge conversion can be tailored to user needs Seamless data access is achievable through standard OGC WMS and WCS
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  • approach) EIE21.0.1) User logs into the system EIE21.0.2) User is authenticated (if authentication fails go to EIE21.1.1) EIE21.0.3) User is presented summary
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  • fields from Section 4.2 of the ECHO Data Partner's User Guide (Version 10.7). Source: ECHO Data Partner's User Guide Other ECHO Documentation This recommendation
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  • example HDF4 vs HDF5. Archive User poses initial request to expert Expert queries user on specifics Iteration between user and expert to understand vocabularies
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  • should seek to elicit what the feature will enable, thus also adding to our User Stories body of knowledge. Thus the key question to finalize for the Charrette
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  • recombination of these services by users? The value of SOA is determined at the agency level. To do SOA you need to know the user requirements (no build it and
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  • Develop template for User Stories + User Experience (USUX) Who is the user What is their goal What systems do they interact with user input <-> system output
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  • term systems RFA Scoping out data vision and plan: preferred future Includes user communities and system objectives Includes rules in terms of data standards
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  • Meeting Poster Node Funding Cycle James Gallagher , Bob Simmons Harvesting User Knowledge URL Summer 2018 Keith Maull, Ben Galewsky, Sean Gordon A Searchable
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  • Analytics tools with data. Notes: User dependent: Who are the target users? Do they start with data or tools. Visit User Model Matrix Looking Forward: Where
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  • (flexibility)—ability for user to use with many systems Standards-based spatial and temporal capability Ability to aggregate by user, including multiscale
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  • dataset. 3.The user has identified a dataset for which they would like more information, including a preview. 1.A window is presented to the user that provides
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  • that all data users face. Emerging server standards, such as the WMS/WFS/WCS standards also open up data access to new users. Serving new users, from decision
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources AQ and Health Report is in phase 4/5/6. Stage 4 Methodology has been augmented
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  • for a scientist or data end-user. Depending on the actual data involved, there can be many hurdles to cross over before a user can get at the data they are
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  • NSF EarthCube How are the ESIP ESC and NSF EarthCube efforts similar and different? NASA Computational Modeling and Cyberinfrastructure (CMAC) selections
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  • suggested so far: - Compile use cases (include producer/supplier and data user analytics utilization) - Compile analytics tools (internal and external to
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  • Participants: Joanne Nightingale, Chris Lynnes, Greg Leptoukh 1. Objective: Capture, harmonize and provide useful data quality for RS data 2. Current Status:
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  • paper update 5. ESIP summer meeting sessions The RMap team will be conducting user studies for RMap's services at the Summer Meeting; interested participants
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  • tracks for the meeting consist of: Metadata Requirements Semantic Technologies User Interface/Visualization Web Services Chaining Applications of these technologies
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  • session Introduction of the topic, different perspectives of users (Karen) Input on user profiles from participants? Bob Downs - data quality and accessibility
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  • Killer Apps ESC tagger example We need to put in Users and Scenarios User Stories We need put a few more user stories Key Features ESC Ref Arch Roser Next
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  • comparisons Spatial and temporal analysis of satellite derived fire products User access to satellite data NASA GSFC DISC Web Coverage Service for OMI NO2
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  • actually put something together: ESC and the Winter Meeting Intro to ESC (Kuo) User Stories (Wee, Kuo, Lynnes) ESC Implementation Strategies (Led by Lynnes)
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  • colleagues near by who might know where to start Steps User User enters keywords related to their needs User examines first page of results to see if anything
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  • it now by hand apart from data Tyler Stevens: - GCMD has user support and keeps track of user question (unknown) Both for quality and sample applications
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  • filled in by an application user. Scientific user in search of data. The actor that initiates this use case is the portal User. Providers may also initiate
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  • do we relate this to user stories? User stories are more longitudinal? BUT make sure that this list is checked off against the user stories as well. What
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  • in. How to create an account Check to see if you already have an account - User List For activities that you are following, click the watch tab. This will
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  • (LAADS) Web site has provided a user-interactive GUI for accessing select MODIS data. However, current Earth science data users often want to use automated
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  • address client/user group needs? For example, National Center for Environment Assessment of EPA is interested in health topics as an “interim user”. There was
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  • date and time, output format. Outputs: Extracted data subset packaged in the user requested format. Operation: This service accesses the AIRNOW-I database
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  • accomplishments discussion: Contributions to last 3 ESIP meetings including an end-user/decision maker focused breakout in the Winter of 2010 and Summer of 2010
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  • etc) become common. - Issues of user interaction/control of displays, augmented reality (such iPhone location app) where user location in real world drives
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  • Leadership) The community structures necessary to acquire current and future user input/requirements, to respond to changing data and science needs, to adapt
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  • use and re-use of the data (their own, if not others) Is also a non-expert user of the data, geared to the undergraduate or general college level Is considered
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  • that is out there? Also CRT is continuing to work with the end user (and with the end user in mind), rapid prototyping and learning by doing. CRT is interested
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  • Amazon.com product evaluations are a great model for getting user feedback and engaging users as partners. New technology presents new security risks (#13)
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  • new local user like OWS_RUNNER, and assign the applicationpool to run under that username. Do not make it power user or administrator, just a user is enough
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  • Agenda UIC Workshop Feedback on AQ Scenario Background on AQ Scenario GEOSS User Interface Committee Meeting in Toronto, May 6-8 GEOSS Sensor Web Workshop
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  • trends/needs do you see, or do your users tell you about for future business uses? Where is/could this go, even if all your users are not thinking about it/asking
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  • minutes) Typical user vs “Super” user Typical user: Someone who is not motivated to be part of the process. A sample from the general user pool. These people
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  • Products and Services - User Requirements, Current Shortcomings and Ways Forward. This discussion session is intended for different user communities to help
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  • interest: Identify data sets Identify stakeholders (data source/provider, users) Identify user needs and functions Identify existing capabilities Others... ESIP
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  • involve requesting user input to make choices or to provide information (fill out forms) necessary to complete the process; such user input is well accounted
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  • results, where for this case be equal to 0. The <subtitle> tag should provide a user-friendly message indicating that no results were found. Many mass-market
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  • you are interested in user interface and user experience principles, or UI/UX, and how they could help data archives and repositories, this art piece aims
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  • content listed under "Author" BPs for registering software in the IMCR Create a user account and begin publishing your software. The metadata wizard guides you
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  • of its hypervisors. More information: Using Virtual Machines to Serve Data User Documentation - consider this a 'beta' item. CheapStix Project documentation
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  • Posted so far are here Switch to weekly calls to help with coordination?* GEO User Interface Committee meeting 22-24 Sept., Boulder (just before AIP kickoff)
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  • application for a tablet (either Apple or Android OS) that will allow the user to take a digital photograph in the UP direction and analyze the photograph
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  • collect contextual data and correlate it with other user behavior datasets, as well as expand user data … you enter a whole new area where you can get
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  • enable the clients to display the station name with the code, when necessary. User-defined columns can be displayed, used as a filter, or just ignored. Personally
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  • 1- Discuss the main problems related to Data Quality from the individual user to the data producer in the organizational level. 2- Discuss with the audience
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  • information from scientific datasets, and the solution may be to include user awareness and user training in the efforts to improve data quality, alongside efforts
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  • establishing / ensuring uniqueness); • User Value: i.e., what value does the scheme provide to end users – are end user’s lives made easier or more difficult
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  • of our science user community, the ability to reliably capture science artifacts and promptly make the data products available to our users is driving the
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  • work with what kinds of datasets. For both use cases, a simple user interface for user interaction, and a simple RESTful web service for use by applications
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  • policy for the average scientists; user paradigm shift Any DAAC can add services to any product to serve their user community 2. Cloud-based analytics
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  • collect contextual data and correlate it with other user behavior datasets, as well as expand user data … you enter a whole new area where you can get
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  • grid - Seamlessly (to the user) provide access to the distributed datasets such that the datasets can be used together by the user - Provide data access capability
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  • try to expose this to a user group. It won’t be quite ready for the January meeting but will be good enough to show it to a user group. Luiz summary of
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  • and Earth Science agencies. Engage data providers, data managers, and data user communities as resources to improve our standards and best practices. Provide
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  • Data types and spatial, temporal and compositional attributes b. Primary user and/or supplier groups c. Overview and elaboration of major functions of
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  • over long periods of time and sustain changes in formats, infrastructure and user bases while remaining readable, discoverable and useable Actors Data curators
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  • accessible via the URL, but access should be via a simple URL request. User 1.User has been presented with a list of granules (Use case EIE09) 2.If the metadata
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  • describe quality, like grids of quality flags? Do you need to keep track of user problems? Do you need to describe sources with different spatial and temporal
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  • well-described and transparent to the data user. Publishing of data is independent of data quality, and users need to be able to quickly identify its quality
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  • could interact with the user. E.g. staying unbiased, help asking questions to help users in thinking out loud, try not to distract users. Would be determined
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  • how to get a larger user presence involved in validating ESDA effort. - Sudhir: Will have an ESIP session on R, hoping to bring users, potentially available
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  • Develop use cases by framing the user stories into workable scenarios to gather requirements from. Based on use cases/requirements, define the scope of
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  • Decision Tools Catalogue and Community of Practice: Agency Perspective / End User Needs • Energy and Climate:Dynamic Decision Tools Catalogue and Community
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  • Keiser Christine White Hook Hua Ruth Duerr Brian Wilson Call-in User 6 Call-in User 8 Call-in User 9 Since last month's Discovery and ESC telecons, there have
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  • community; to begin to establish a community-wide strategy responsive to user defined needs. Re-stating context for the meeting. Comments in this section
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  • other metadata formats. This will help systems and users locate and use data efficiently. The NetCDF User Guide (NUG) provides basic recommendations for creating
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  • on specified subsets with no user intervention. It is equally important that the coordinate data are easy for human users to write and to understand. These
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  • testing is the MD_Usage object. This provides a mechanism for incorporating user problems into the metadata for a dataset or service. The object includes
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  • Issues: need to utilize a shared user database with the ESIP Portal and Commons, but allow for different roles for the same user across the sites. Ajinkya (UAH)
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  • platform exists for users to view how each of the existing indicators is being formed – we have to look into publications or individual user manuals for the
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  • general), being at the intersection of science, technology, and outreach/user services, is arguably the ideal breeding ground for ESIP members (😊). My
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  • Reference Architecture Concepts and Principles Chris Lynnes, NASA/GSFC — The End User in the NASA Data System Reference Architecture Round Table Discussion — Speakers
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  • interoperable data exchange is the replacement of 1:1 provider-user relationships with user-driven machine-to-machine connections. Just as when visiting
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  • the user Orientation Some people are familiar with User Studies We are striving to put users at ease when they first arrive Sending verbage to users What
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  • shall maintain metrics that characterize users, user patterns, and products and service accesses, while satisfying user privacy concerns 5.11 The Exchange portal
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  • This process results in the User having access to a subset of the data sets in the portal that meet the requirements of the User. Individual data sets, or
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  • Alvaro How do we populate information for the tools? * New user - the goal is for the user to provide feedback about the tool and/or the site. * Developer
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  • develop the interface, adding scatter plot functionality, making the site more user-friendly, and expanding the number of GOES-11 images included. A portal (http://zulu
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  • Formulate and consistently present user requirements for data quality ... Suggested speakers: Eloquent representative from a user community who present a compelling
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  • and permissions - what is difference between ESIP member and authenticated user? what is the authentication plan for ESIP portal in general? do multiple
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  • netCDF4 and HDF5 introduce the idea of User Defined Types (UDT) which are essentially structures that can be defined by users to address specific needs. These
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  • https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ymt5vsP2jw2YMVnc2B8uEI0BKTHcT4jSNVQzruLIFPA/edit User cases for :Discovery mandate: Jump in front with a simple, demonstrable concept
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  • and ESC are similar, but the user groups are different Earth Cube focusing on long-tail communities ESIP focused on user side of things 3. Develop agenda
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  • This proposal is now to be split into two proposals, each focused on one end user (CATHALAC and IIT). See: Air Quality Information System and GEOSS: India
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  • data need to be put out there. NASA: direction from a user community. ie, look at actual needs for users, then find data to meet them. these are “focus areas”
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  • Framework 3) Coordinate with RMap team regarding ESIP Summer Meeting sessions User studies with existing RMap features. Dedicated breakout session to introduce
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  • groups are developing the transverse technology that supports the multiple user communities. Four Community working groups are applying the transverse technologies
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  • (different stakeholders, and their motivations) is the ROI measured - investors, user/researcher, Institution, Purely business approach by the repository Considerations:
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  • use, launch, turn off Customer choice: a variety of flexible choices for user, OS, programming tools, applications Flexible Pricing models: on-demand,
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  • what the user's real concern is Adrienne (Axiom Data Science): how do we interact with users where they know what they are getting back; users expect fancy
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  • that sustains the reliable generation and delivery of energy to the nation. User Needs, Technology Transfer and Cross-agency Data-sharing Shekar Rao, TechComm
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  • Metadata needs to be tailored to user needs. Participation and coordination with GEOSS (which is collaborating on users and user needs and how to judge how well
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  • access code: 231 403 58 Notes In attendance: Emily Law, Brenda Jones, Call-in User_2, Dave Jones, Maggi Glasscoe, Sean Barberie Emily leading off: Agenda, introduce
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  • small, and it is not clear if those techniques (ie, that investigated our user communities) would benefit us, or tell us us useful info. could use the LTER
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  • between services, to context information (the when, who, what, where, how), to user-generated annotations that provide a semantically rich complement to scientific
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  • between/among stovepipes. The best solution is to then work with these users/user needs. The air quality working group is a good example. More comprehensive
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  • around 4 major thrusts (cyberinfrastructure, sociological, programmatic, user stories)? (25 min) Question: How should we respond to NSF EarthCube initiative
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  • even more users can find and bind (access) the OMI data. Figure 3. OMI data accessed from GIOVANNI, transformed in DataFed, delivered to the user through
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  • User Experience Design User experience design (UX, UXD, UED or XD) is the process of enhancing user satisfaction with a product by improving the usability
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  • Identification of capabilities which a service provider makes available to a service user through a set of interfaces that define a behaviour Possible Parent Elements
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  • to request formal GEOSS Community of Practice for Air Quality from the GEO User Interface Committee We will draft a charter to define its objectives and
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  • Other Facility (e.g., auto scaling, queue, logs, analyses, etc.) Available User Interfaces Web Interface SSH Linux type of interface Or community open APIs
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  • with the actual breakdown into services a technical step hidden from the user. Benno 11:03, 16 May 2008 (EDT)
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  • a message to the user specifying that the record already exists within the portal. 1. Harvesting 2. Publishing High 1-5 times per user session List any
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  • the GES DISC, it is being modified to search other data centers when the user requests. Use of ESIP Discovery Services: Makes use of ESIP Federated Search
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  • Erin Robinson Christine White Chris Lynnes Hook Hua Call-in User_2 (Bianca?) Call-in User_4 Yonsook Enloe Steve Aulenbach Nga Chung Ruth Duerr Christine
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  • performance STI - must persuade users to go through services rather than data downloads Insufficient user feedback/ user involvement Agreement on protocols
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 86 Title: Mongoloia, The User and the GEOSS Architecture
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  • adaptive self-configuration of workflow models driven by dynamic context and user utilities. A key objective of MIDAS is demonstrating the middleware in context
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  • information and making Earth science data, tools and services more useful to our user communities. If elected as the VP, I will do my best to serve the Federation
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  • - a 'slippy', tiled interface that incrementally fills in the map as the user moves through map space; simple zoom to fixed zoom levels - though based
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  • be pulled out of presentation and put on site Who’s the users Shorter is probably better with user stories How to get contributions In theory its voluntary
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  • 1- Discuss the main problems related to Data Quality from the individual user to the data producer in the organizational level. 2- Discuss with the audience
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  • - Yes - currently using links in description document Daniel Jacob Yes - User Guide Tyler Stevens - GCMD DIFs and SERF provides links to data resources
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  • architectures Human-Computer Interaction Data analytics and visualisation Use of User-centered design and implementation for scientific information challenges
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  • Sontag. Demo for July 2007 ESIP meeting - application of semantics to ESIP user community characterization and areas-of-interest (also a topic of interest
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  • interested in human health OGC Clean Air for Europe (CAFE) Co-chair of the User Interface committee China Workflow systems engineer AIRNow GMES project Stu
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 99 Title: Air Pollution In World Cities (PM10 Concentrations)
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  • data archives as well as user-hosted imagery using OGC standards-based Web Map Services. The Interactive Visualizer and Image Classifier for Satellites
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  • also has a vast array of specialized modules that have been developed by its user community to provide additional features. Talkoot is adding Earth science
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  • cases for custom fields: Valid parameter values Coupling parameters with user interface "widgets" Faceted browsing Should we follow the typical Discovery
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  • citation style guidelines On the resources slide please include a reason why the user might be interested in that resource before each resource or group of related
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  • and industry initiatives and the needs of end users. The science community helps Esri refine its products/user experiences, and in turn we strive to make
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  • formally cited the data set, including a DOI for the data set as a whole, the user accesses the data set by either 1) using the DOI add-on to the Firefox browser;
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  • change and energy data providers, decision support tool providers, and end users; please participate at any level you would like in any of our activities
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  • connections to NASA and NOAA, building connections with new research, data, and user communities, and evolving strategic partnerships with like-minded organisations
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  • of Clarification from call: Each GEO proposal should target one particular user so the proposal with IIT Bombay should be seperate from a proposal with CATHALAC
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  • opportunities to partner with digital libraries, supercomputing centers, user groups, public decision making bodies, museums, media, commercial software
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  • specified subsets of the data with no user intervention. It is equally important that the coordinate data is easy for human users to write and to understand. These
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  • Jelenak Christine White Hook Hua Nga Chung Ruth Duerr Yonsook Enloe Call-in User_5 James Gallagher Brian Wilson Erin Robinson Kathleen Baynes Everyone: think
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  • science data and information. Strengthen the ties between observations and user communities (e.g. technologies, research, education and applications). Promote
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  • are dynamically linked and the user can select and browse the spatial views of any federated dataset. The Google Earth user interface is particularly suitable
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  • science discipline and provides users with data products, services, and data-handling tools unique to the center's specialty. User services include: assistance
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  • provided to the user to initiate that action. 3.Controls are provided to the user to refine the criteria used to 'discover' the dataset. 1)The user selects the
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  • A Web 2.0 Platform/Instruments user interface providing a dynamic list of platforms and instruments, which allows users to easily sort, filter, and link
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  • NOAA/NCDC’s programs in data access; data integration and visualization; user engagement; education and outreach; and international, national, and regional
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  • very beginnings, when NASA was exploring how to best involve diverse science user communities in the management and use of NASA’s vast data and information
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  • assistance in identifying what events would actually be useful to an end user. For example, we can identify location and time of PM 2.5 measurements above
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