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GODIVA2: interactive visualization of environmental data on the Web

By Jonathan David Blower, Keith Haines, Adityarajsingh Santokhee and Chun Lei Liu

Abstract

GODIVA2 is a dynamic website that provides visual access to several terabytes of physically distributed, four-dimensional environmental data. It allows users to explore large datasets interactively without the need to install new software or download and understand complex data. Through the use of open international standards, GODIVA2 maintains a high level of interoperability with third-party systems, allowing diverse datasets to be mutually compared. Scientists can use the system to search for features in large datasets and to diagnose the output from numerical simulations and data processing algorithms. Data providers around Europe have adopted GODIVA2 as an INSPIRE-compliant dynamic quick-view system for providing visual access to their data

Topics: 005, 550
Publisher: The Royal Society
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:centaur.reading.ac.uk:1962

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