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  1. Deploy styles for Jupyter tools

    Jupyter tool deployment stylesHow do you want your Jupyter Notebook-based tool to behave when a user runs it? You have several choices, which we describe here:Tool or dashboard style--only the UI...

    https://vhub.org/kb/Development/deploy-styles-for-jupyter-tools

  2. Testing Jupyter-based tools

    The proxied Jupyter tool is a useful place to develop code and analyses in a notebook style. Hub users can easily share their notebooks with other users by publishing notebooks as tools. The...

    https://vhub.org/kb/Development/jtooltesting

  3. Workflows in the Hub

    Documentation and examples of computational pipelines using PegasusExamples What is a scientific workflow?Workflow Examples ShowcaseWorkflow Tools on VHubDocumentation Pegasus Workflow...

    https://vhub.org/kb/Development/workflows

  4. Publishing Jupyter Notebooks

    The proxied Jupyter tool is a useful place to develop code and analyses in a notebook style. Hub users can easily share their notebooks with other users by publishing notebooks as tools. A...

    https://vhub.org/kb/Development/pubjnotebook

  5. Create a Hub Tool with Rappture Builder

    This set of instructions takes you through creating and deploying a Hub tool based on C code. It describes how to use the Rappture builder to quickly create a GUI to deploy your tool on the Hub.For...

    https://vhub.org/kb/Development/create_a_hub_tool_with_rappture_builder

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  1. Tephra inversion with Tephra2 and the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm

    21 Jun 2020 | Contributor(s):: Qingyuan Yang, E Bruce Pitman, Marcus I Bursik, Susanna Jenkins

    We couple the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm (Hastings, 1970) with the volcanic ash transport model Tephra2 (Bonadonna et al, 2005; 2010), and present the coupled algorithm as a new method to estimate the Eruption Source Parameters (ESPs) of volcanic eruptions based on mass per unit area...

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