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End-to-End eScience: Integrating Workflow, Query, Visualization, and Provenance at an Ocean Observatory
 

Summary: End-to-End eScience: Integrating Workflow, Query, Visualization, and
Provenance at an Ocean Observatory
Bill Howe1 Peter Lawson2 Renee Bellinger3 Erik Anderson4
Emanuele Santos4 Juliana Freire4 Carlos Scheidegger4 Ant´onio Baptista1 Cl´audio Silva4
1Oregon Health & Science University, Center for Coastal Margin Observation and Prediction
2National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
3Oregon State University, Hatfield Marine Science Center
4University of Utah, Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute
Abstract
Data analysis tasks at an Ocean Observatory require in-
tegrative and domain-specialized use of techniques from
database, workflow, and visualization systems. We de-
scribe a platform to support these tasks developed as part
of the cyberinfrastructure at the Center for Coastal Mar-
gin Observation and Prediction integrating a provenance-
aware workflow system, 3D visualization, and a remote
query engine for large-scale ocean circulation models. We
show how these disparate tools complement each other
and give examples of real scientific insights delivered by
the integrated system. We conclude that data manage-

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences