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Knowledge Base feed

  1. Invoke scripts for Jupyter notebooks

    The Hubzero tool invoke script is located in the tool's middleware/ subdirectory. When you first create a tool, the basic invoke script provided must be edited to work with Jupyter notebook...

    https://vhub.org/kb/Development/invoke-scripts-for-jupyter-notebooks

  2. Using Submit

    Submit functionality enables qualified users to execute certain codes on the compute cluster. In order to use submit functionality, you must have access to the HUBzero Workspace and be a member of...

    https://vhub.org/kb/Development/using-submit

  3. Environment Variables

    A number of environment variables are available in a hub tool session.  A few are discussed here.  A full list can be viewed by running the env command from a terminal in the Workspace...

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

  4. Using Python packages from Jupyter Notebooks

    On hubs these days we can employ conda envs to manage our Python packages, and we have long had hubzero 'use' scripts. This page will show you how use scripts set access to conda envs from...

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

  5. Files for tool input and output

    While developing tools, we need someplace to store temporary files, calculation results, and data uploaded by users. Here's a brief guide to best practices.Session variableFiles in User...

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

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Resources feed

  1. Greenland Ice Surface Temperature, Surface Albedo, and Water Vapor from MODIS Comparison Tool

    26 Jan 2021 | Tools | Contributor(s):: Denis Felikson, Erika Simon, Dorothy K. Hall, Nicolo DiGirolamo

    Compare observations of Greenland Ice Surface Temperature, Surface Albedo, and Water Vapor from MODIS against MERRA-2 reanalysis model output.

  2. Jupyter on Deb10

    17 Nov 2020 | Tools | Contributor(s):: Jeanette Sperhac, Erich Huebner

    Starts the Jupyter notebook server in the "notebooks" directory of your home directory, on Debian10 environment.

  3. CmCt GRACE MASCON Tool

    16 Nov 2020 | Tools | Contributor(s):: Erika Simon

    The Cryosphere model Comparison tool (CmCt) GRACE Mascon Module compares user uploaded ice sheet models to the GRACE Mascon product derived by NASA GSFC.

  4. Meeting: Themes and Challenges for Volcanic Hazard/Risk Work in Developing Countries - IAVCEI General Assembly August 2017

    13 Nov 2020 | Workshops | Contributor(s):: Victoria Miller, Graham Sloane Leonard, Paul W Taylor

    Themes and Challenges for Volcano Science Work in Developing Countries: IAVCEI General Assembly, Portland, Oregon, United States - Friday 18 August 2017During the IAVCEI 2017 conference in Portland, U.S. an open invitation meeting was held to gather volcano scientists working in a...

  5. Workspace 10

    10 Oct 2020 | Tools | Contributor(s):: Erich Huebner

    Debian 10 Development Workspace

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Wiki Pages feed

  1. Main Page

    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/uafgeos606/wiki/MainPage

  2. GHub Tools Meeting notes from October 8

    Here are the notes from our October 8th meeting about tools. Google Drive integration is now working and the notes are provided in two ways: Sophie’s original notes are posted in the...

    https://vhub.org/projects/ghubtoolsdiscu/notes/MeetingnotesfromOctober8

  3. CmCt Documentation and Data Description

    Hi GHub Team, CmCt documentation and Data Description is posted in this project (see GHub Tools Discussions Master Repository to left).For the original links, please see below, noting that the...

    https://vhub.org/projects/ghubtoolsdiscu/notes/CmCtDocumentationandDataDescription

  4. Main Page

    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/tephra2probabilisticanalysis/wiki/MainPage

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