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Knowledge Base feed

  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Tool Development Workflow

    This workflow describes how a vHub user may develop, test, troubleshoot, and deploy a new tool on the vHub site. This workflow assumes the user has developed the tool using the C language; the tool...

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

  5. Hub Tool Directory Structure

    When developing tools, use the recommended Hub tool directory structures and save yourself some grief.Hub Application Space Directory StructureThis is the actual directory structure of your...

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

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Resources feed

  1. Probabilistic studies with Eject! for Matlab

    25 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s):: Karen Strehlow, Laura Sandri, Jo Gottsmann, Geoff Kilgour, Alison Rust, Roberto Tonini

    Using a translation of the code of Eject! (Mastin 2001; 2011) in Matlab (Strehlow et al., 2019), we provide a workflow for probabilistic analyses of ballistic ejections during volcanic eruptions that can be used for hazard assessments. An example for the use of this workflow...

  2. Eject! for Matlab

    24 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s):: Karen Strehlow, Laura Sandri, Jo Gottsmann, Geoff Kilgour, Alison Rust, Roberto Tonini

    The program "Eject!" calculates the trajectories of ballistic projectiles from volcanic eruptions (Mastin, 2001; 2011). The code was originally written in Visual Basic, which we have now translated into an editable Matlab procedure (Strehlow et al., 2017). Input parameters...

  3. ISMIP6 Scalar Ice Sheet Data Plotter

    20 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s):: Elliot Snitzer, Jeanette Sperhac, Erika Simon

    Load Scalar Data and Plot by Attribute

  4. Strike converter 1.0 for ImageJ

    24 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s):: Joaquin Alberto Cortes

    The resource is a plugin for ImageJ or Fiji that converts line orientations measured by the programme in the usual mathematical convention (i.e. horizontal is zero degrees and vertical is 90, clockwise is a negative value), into the standard geological way (i.e North-South orientation is zero...

  5. Strike converter 1.0 for ImageJ

    24 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s):: Joaquin Alberto Cortes

    The resource is a plugin for ImageJ or Fiji that converts line orientations measured by the programme in the usual mathematical convention (i.e. horizontal is zero degrees and vertical is 90, clockwise is a negative value), into the standard geological way (i.e North-South orientation is zero...

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Wiki Pages feed

  1. Using the GHub Wiki

    What are wiki pages? Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. Any contributor or a group of contributors can create (and own) new articles, and there can be multiple articles...

    https://vhub.org/groups/ghub/wiki/MainPage/UsingtheGHubWiki

  2. GHub launch

    Welcome to GHub! We announce our new appearance and some new tools and functionality. We have roughed out some background information and usage documentation. Everything is brief, shallow, and...

    https://vhub.org/groups/ghub/wiki/MainPage/GHublaunch

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