• 2016 Community Survey:<br/>UPC Python Developers Respond 2016 Community Survey:
    UPC Python Developers Respond

    May 23, 2016

    Earlier this year, the Unidata Users Committee asked members of the Unidata community to participate in a survey regarding their use of scientific software packages, software training, and community services, and to favor us with their insights into possible future directions for the program. You can read an overview of the survey results in 2016 Community Survey Results.

    While Unidata's governing committees and the Unidata Program Center staff will continue to analyze the survey comments in the process of crafting Unidata's next Strategic Plan, individual Program Center development groups are also using the survey as input into their own development plans. This series of articles provides responses from different development groups to comments or concerns raised by the survey. Under review in this article: Python activities at Unidata.

  • Project Manager: EarthCube Science Support Office Project Manager: EarthCube Science Support Office
    May 12, 2016

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) EarthCube initiative is a community-driven project aimed at creating an integrated environment for the sharing of geoscience data and knowledge in an open, transparent, and inclusive manner. EarthCube is governed and guided by its Leadership Council, Standing Committees, Teams, and Working Groups. The community-based EarthCube Science Support Office (ESSO) is being created within UCAR in Boulder, Colorado to oversee and govern EarthCube project activities.

    The Project Manager will hold a key leadership position in the ESSO, providing project management, project execution, outreach, administration, and other operational support to ESSO's efforts in contributing to EarthCube's success. The Project Manager will have a wide degree of latitude to support ESSO's mission.

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Data visualization tools available from Unidata and elsewhere allow you to create dynamic displays of past, current, or forecast scenarios. This display shows a dynamically-selected Region of Interest culled from a regional weather model.