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An open web‐based module developed to advance data‐driven hydrologic process learning

Belize Lane, Irene Garousi‐Nejad, Melissa A. Gallagher, David G. Tarboton, Emad Habib
2021 Hydrological Processes  
This shift accompanies advances in hydrology education and the growth of web-based hydrology learning modules, but their capacity to utilize emerging open platforms and data services to enhance student  ...  The era of 'big data' promises to provide new hydrologic insights, and open webbased platforms are being developed and adopted by the hydrologic science community to harness these datasets and data services  ...  Given that students may prefer the use of tools they are already familiar with or have heard of, instructors must clearly articulate the value associated with using open web-based tools.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hyp.14273 fatcat:zbgto6pf7bendm7vcolrhl7xqq

Introducing the Semlib Project: Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries

Christian Morbidoni, Marco Grassi, Michele Nucci, Simone Fonda, Giovanni Ledda
2011 International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries  
In this paper we introduce the SemLib project, discussing the principles and ideas behind the proposed annotation system, and present a prototypal implementation.  ...  The SemLib project aims at developing a modular and configurable annotation system that can be easily plugged into existing digital libraries in order to allow end-users as well as digital libraries content  ...  Basing on previous research and developments in Semantic Web oriented collaborative annotations (e.g.: SWickyNotes 5 ), the SemLib project 6 , shortly presented in section 2, aims at developing a flexible  ... 
dblp:conf/ercimdl/MorbidoniGNFL11 fatcat:fpnjgkwis5amtptbxiqkk45kdm

SWIRRL. Managing Provenance-aware and Reproducible Workspaces

Alessandro Spinuso, Mats Veldhuizen, Daniele Bailo, Valerio Vinciarelli, Tor Langeland
2022 Data Intelligence  
Modern interactive tools for data analysis and visualisation are designed to expose their functionalities as a service through the Web.  ...  We present in this paper a Web API (SWIRRL) that allows Virtual Research Environments (VREs) to easily integrate such tools in their websites and re-purpose them to their users.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The core development of SWIRRL has been conducted by the Observations and Data Technology Department of KNMI, with special contributions by Ian van Der Neut and Friedrich Striewski.  ... 
doi:10.1162/dint_a_00129 fatcat:wia4rml4lrg57iw4jl5mnwzwhy

Do Fewer Tiers Mean Fewer Tears? Eliminating Web Stack Components to Improve Interoperability [article]

Adrian Ramsingh, Jeremy Singer, Phil Trinder
2022 arXiv   pre-print
That is, we explore the implications of eliminating the Apache web server in a JAPyL web stack: Jupyter Notebook, Apache, Python, Linux, and replacing it with PHP libraries.  ...  A range of approaches have been explored to minimise web stack interoperation. This paper explores a pragmatic approach to reducing web stack interoperation, namely eliminating a tier/component.  ...  To this end we are currently comparing a conventional, and a tierless Clean iTask/mTask, implementation of a smart campus IoT stack.  ... 
arXiv:2207.08019v1 fatcat:2qpt5yj4sfajtnpxywkbupciwm

Ethnography, Scenario-Based Observational Usability Study, and Other Reviews Inform the Design of a Web-Based E-Notebook

Yolanda Jacobs Reimer, Sarah A. Douglas
2004 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
This article, which culminates in the presentation of NetNotes-a Web-based e notebook developed specifically to support the process of IA-illustrates how design requirements can be effectively extracted  ...  Despite strong evidence which suggests that IA is critical to many Web users, however, a scenario-based observational usability study and a heuristic evaluation indicate that it is currently not well supported  ...  E-mail: reimer@cs.umt.edu  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327590ijhc1703_6 fatcat:vsgzys74ezdxpkxtm3xd4kmzmq

Laboratory notebooks in the digital era: the role of ELNs in record keeping for chemistry and other sciences

Colin L. Bird, Cerys Willoughby, Jeremy G. Frey
2013 Chemical Society Reviews  
We examine the foundations of the emerging opportunities for preserving and curating electronic records focussing on electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs), with an emphasis on their characteristics and  ...  Their medium was paper, but despite the quality of their notebooks, we cannot turn the clock back. Our primary purpose is to review the influences of the digital era on scientific record keeping.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are very grateful to Fiona Bell for conducting the literature survey that forms the basis of the section entitled the electronic laboratory notebook (ELN): a literature survey  ... 
doi:10.1039/c3cs60122f pmid:23864106 fatcat:53csweonhnghdcnph7o2suw72m

Creating a Multimedia Enhanced Problem-Based Learning Environment for Middle School Science: Voices from the Developers

Min Liu, Lucas Horton, Jaejin Lee, Jina Kang, Jason Rosenblum, Matthew O'Hair, Chu-Wei Lu
2014 Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning  
Acknowledgement We acknowledge the time and efforts by all the past team members for multiple iterations of Alien Rescue and students who also worked on different aspects of the program as a class project  ...  Th e development phase occurs simultaneously with the design phase.  ...  Such observations led to a research study investigating a new design for the notebook tool (Li & Liu, 2007 , 2008 . Th e new notebook tool design resulted in three key features.  ... 
doi:10.7771/1541-5015.1422 fatcat:6ihgoefee5h47dsf2x4gkvdigy

Toward cyberinfrastructure to facilitate collaboration and reproducibility for marine integrated ecosystem assessments

Stace E. Beaulieu, Peter A. Fox, Massimo Di Stefano, Andrew Maffei, Patrick West, Jonathan A. Hare, Michael Fogarty
2016 Earth Science Informatics  
We consider the larger challenges 34 for developing end-to-end cyberinfrastructure that engages other participants and stakeholders in 35 the IEA process. 36 37 Keywords 38 2 e-Science, executable workflow  ...  with other stakeholders.  ...  that some of the challenges in scaling up and out when developing 485 cyberinfrastructure with a bottom-up approach, differ from top-down development efforts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12145-016-0280-4 fatcat:wswij4thmvar3agal7zkzubbiq

Portable learning environments for hands-on computational instruction: Using container- and cloud-based technology to teach data science [article]

Chris Holdgraf, Aaron Culich, Ariel Rokem, Fatma Deniz, Maryana Alegro, Dani Ushizima
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We cover the benefits (and challenges) of using a server hosted remotely instead of relying on student laptops, discuss the technology that was used in order to make this possible, and give suggestions  ...  for how others could implement and improve upon this model for pedagogy and reproducibility.  ...  We also wish to thank Aya Rokem for providing a welcome early submission deadline for preparing course materials.  ... 
arXiv:1703.04900v2 fatcat:vgqrfsc7uzgk7irkuvg3fkz5a4

LabTrove: A Lightweight, Web Based, Laboratory "Blog" as a Route towards a Marked Up Record of Work in a Bioscience Research Laboratory

Andrew J. Milsted, Jennifer R. Hale, Jeremy G. Frey, Cameron Neylon, Neil R. Smalheiser
2013 PLoS ONE  
We investigate a blog-based platform that addresses the issues associated with the development of a flexible system for recording scientific research.  ...  However, it is a challenge to achieve these benefits without losing the usability and flexibility of traditional paper notebooks.  ...  Our most challenging area for development is integration with other services on a wider scale.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0067460 pmid:23935832 pmcid:PMC3720848 fatcat:2gltxblbprg4jdovjtwsus5jsu

Analysis of Metabolomics Datasets with High-Performance Computing and Metabolite Atlases

Yushu Yao, Terence Sun, Tony Wang, Oliver Ruebel, Trent Northen, Benjamin Bowen
2015 Metabolites  
Even with the widespread use of liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC/MS) based metabolomics, there are still a number of challenges facing this promising technique.  ...  Here, we describe the Metabolite Atlas framework and interface that provides highly-efficient, web-based access to raw mass spectrometry data in concert with assertions about chemicals detected to help  ...  Bowen contributed the Metabolite Atlas software and web site. The use cases for the Metabolite Atlas framework and writing of this manuscript were contributed by Tony Wang and Benjamin P. Bowen.  ... 
doi:10.3390/metabo5030431 pmid:26287255 pmcid:PMC4588804 fatcat:warxc2fnm5ff7h3ryk4mf3d2ji

SimpleITK Image-Analysis Notebooks: a Collaborative Environment for Education and Reproducible Research

Ziv Yaniv, Bradley C. Lowekamp, Hans J. Johnson, Richard Beare
2017 Journal of digital imaging  
Image-analysis software development is made accessible to scientists with varying levels of programming experience via the use of the SimpleITK toolkit, a simplified interface to the Insight Segmentation  ...  The Jupyter notebook web application is the basis of an environment that enables flexible, welldocumented, and reproducible workflows via literate programming.  ...  The workflows are implemented using a web-based literate programming environment that provides opportunities for improving collaborations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10278-017-0037-8 pmid:29181613 fatcat:wnywc5vj3ffixeljqvz6gxbpiu

Online electronic laboratory notebook: A secured cloud storage system scripted in Hypertext Pre-processor (PHP) programming language
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Pawar Shrikant, Batra Harshul
2018 Journal of Engineering and Technology Research  
Based on the user specifications, this suite is written in Hypertext Pre-processor (PHP) and based on a MySQL relational database. It enables the set-up of single or a multi-users access controls.  ...  To meet these demands, an open source electronic laboratory notebook is developed that can track users research need.  ...  Web based tools weigh more as compared to platform dependent softwares, as web based are platform independent, while non-web based rely on certain operating systems with platform compatibility.  ... 
doi:10.5897/jetr2018.0638 fatcat:4du3t5ahared3clueep2dm6jui

Utilizing Web-Based Technology to Track Athletic Training Proficiencies

Malissa Martin, Marsha Grant-Ford
2007 Athletic therapy today  
This web-based tracking system has proven to be an innovative and cost-effective way for ATEP programs with limited resources to solve the logistical and confidentiality challenges associated with tracking  ...  settings with multiple students at multiple levels of development.  ... 
doi:10.1123/att.12.4.40 fatcat:pap5ibskxbcwbnx2wrbtgrc6dq

Enabling Interactive Analytics of Secure Data using Cloud Kotta [article]

Yadu N. Babuji, Kyle Chard, Eamon Duede
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Our model uses Jupyter notebooks as a flexible analysis environment and Python language constructs to support the execution of arbitrary functions on private data within this secure framework.  ...  As researchers must submit jobs to queues and wait for results, the high latencies inherent in queue-based, batch computing systems hinder interactive analysis.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS e authors would like to thank Nathan Bartley and Alexander Belikov for testing the system in its early stages of development.  ... 
arXiv:1705.00070v1 fatcat:xhhn7evi2fbuzniv62vkqvkmba
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