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ImHere Introduction

ImHere Check-In System

ESIP has designed a new web application that combines online attendance tracking for telecons and meeting sessions, with a...

The Julia Language – perspectives from a bad programmer

I should confess, I don't have the best programming etiquette. I treat programming languages as a tool to help me do science, a tool that I sometimes abuse. I’d link my GitHub as proof, but I haven’t updated it in forever because I forget to use...

ESIP Data Stewardship Committee Student Fellow Summer Updates

     On Wednesday, June 15th, I got an opportunity to attend the Data Science Credentialing Editorial Board meeting at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) headquarter in Washington, D.C., and it was a wonderful opportunity for me to meet the...

Meet Amanda Weigel, 2016 Raskin Scholar

Amanda Weigel is a graduate student in Earth system science and Research Associate with the Global Hydrology Resource Center Distributed Active Archive Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville’s (UAH) Information Technology and Systems...

ESIP Update: Session Content Deadline, Socialize your Session, Docker, Metadata Lab, Drones&3D Modeling, WBDIH Steering Committee, OSTP and Telecons.
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Documentation Cluster Blog: ESIP Summer Meeting Metadata Improvement Lab

Complete documentation of scientific data is the surest way to facilitate discovery and reuse, particularly if you use a metadata dialect that has been standardized. What is complete metadata though? How can you be sure that what you include in...

ESIP Update: Summer Meeting Content, Raskin Scholar Announced, AGU Data Blog, EarthCube All Hands, Big Data Challenges Workshop, JobOpps and Telcons.
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Atmospheric Science Student Receives 2016 Raskin Scholarship

The Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) awarded the 2016 Robert G. Raskin scholarship to Amanda Weigel, a graduate student in Earth system science and Research...

Using a drone to build 3D Structure-From-Motion models in New Zealand, Part 1: Evangelizing drones for science

This blog entry is part one of a short series on my recent research trip to New Zealand. Here I show a rough test case of building Structure-From-Motion models using imagery from a DJI Phantom. Come back soon a post on using Structure-From-...

ESIP Update: ESIP Evaluation Survey, Research as Art, Summer Meeting Plenary Speakers, IT&I Tech Dive, EarthCube All Hands Agenda and Telcons.
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