What's New: Past Year

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  1. Ghub - Content Review Page

    Ghub Content

    https://vhub.org/g/ghub-content-review

  2. GHUB AGU 2021

    We are pleased to announce our attendance in person at the AGU 2021 Fall Meeting in New Orleans where we will be interacting live at a GHub Town Hall session, a poster on recent work on ISM...

    https://vhub.org/g/ghub-agu-2021

  3. HPC and Globus Usage

    GHub makes use of computing and data storage facilities at University at Buffalo's CCR to run certain tools and house the largest datasets. For a summary of GHub's usage statistics of these...

    https://vhub.org/g/hpc_usage

  4. GHub data storage practicalities

    Here we provide some information about quotas, storage, and data for the GHub project. The idea is to orient you to how storage is used for the project. Please contact us if you have...

    https://vhub.org/g/ghub-and-storage

  5. Access Data with the Globus UI

    Globus is a fast, convenient, and secure method to move, share and discover data via a single web interface. It lets you access multiple sources of data (HPC cluster, Cloud storage, Local...

    https://vhub.org/g/globus_ui

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Knowledge Base feed

  1. Tool Development Tips

    Team development and source controlIt's easy for development team members to collaborate under Hubzero. All the users listed on the development team of a tool have access to that tool's...

    https://vhub.org/kb/development/dtips

  2. Using Python packages from Jupyter Notebooks

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

    https://vhub.org/kb/development/usekernel

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

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Resources feed

  1. VBlasts Workshop 2018: Seismo-Acoustic Records

    03 Jan 2022 | Contributor(s):: Robin Matoza, Gregory Waite, Sean Maher, Ingo Sonder (contributor)

    Data from the 2018 NSF Workshop on Volcanic Blasts.We moved the whole dataset to zenodo, all of its parts. the dataset is available under the doi 10.5281/zenodo.5842607.

  2. VBlasts Workshop 2018: Video Material

    15 Dec 2021 | Contributor(s):: Kae Tsunematsu, Julie Oppenheimer, Ingo Sonder, Tullio Ricci, David M Hyman, Jacopo Taddeucci, Einat Lev

    Data from the 2018 NSF Workshop on Volcanic Blasts.We moved the whole dataset to zenodo, all of its parts. the dataset is available under the doi 10.5281/zenodo.5842607.

  3. An Open Source Tool for Visualizing ISM Intercomparisons

    14 Dec 2021 | Contributor(s):: Alex Becerra, sophie nowicki, Erika Simon

    This tool produces visualizations from Seroussi et al. (2020). Soon users will be able to upload their own model simulations and visualize how these compare to the model simulations from Seroussi et al. (2020)

  4. VBlasts Workshop 2018: Coordinates & Positions

    09 Dec 2021 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Data from the 2018 NSF Workshop on Volcanic Blasts.We moved the whole dataset to Zenodo, all of its parts. The dataset is available under the doi 10.5281/zenodo.5842607.

  5. CESM ISMIP6 Forcing Data

    20 Oct 2021 | Contributor(s):: Kate Thayer-Calder, Gunter Leguy, William Lipscomb

    The Community Earth System Model (CESM) version 2.1 is a world-class coupled climate system model that includes components for the atmosphere, ocean, terrestrial system, river run-off, and fully active glaciers (Danabasoglu et al. 2020). This version of CESM was used in many experiments as part...

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Wiki Pages feed

  1. Building the Paleo page

    Welcome everyone!We are looking for community feedback on desired resources to add to GHub to support the Paleo dataset and resources page.For now it can be just a growing listing of resources in...

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

  2. 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/ghubpigroup/wiki/MainPage

  3. find MOLASSES on gscommunitycodes

    https://gscommunitycodes.usf.edu/geoscicommunitycodes/public/molasses/molasses.php

    https://vhub.org/projects/molasses/notes/findMOLASSESongscommunitycodes

  4. Find MOLASSES on github

    https://github.com/geoscience-community-codes/MOLASSES

    https://vhub.org/projects/molasses/notes/FindMOLASSESongithub

  5. Reading DEMs from OpenTopo

    check out the python module for fetching DEMs from opentopographycalling OpenTopography resources from within a python code:https://github.com/earthlab/OpenTopoDL

    https://vhub.org/projects/molasses/notes/ReadingDEMsfromOpenTopo

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