The Weather Archive Under the Hood

17 March 2017

The true power of the Weather Archive is the server-side software that manages and displays the requested imagery. It is a highly-efficient geoinformatics engine built to take advantage of geoscience standards and convecntions. It is light enough to run on a Raspberry Pi 2, yet powerful enough to let the user decide exactly what plots they wish to create.

M. J. Peterson

WB Climate Explorer

17 March 2017

This prototype is a demonstration of the capabilities of the geoinformatics engine that powers the Weather Archive that was created at the request of an NCAR scientist for a World Bank project.

M. J. Peterson

UAE Climate Explorer

17 March 2017

A demonstration of the capabilities of the geoinformatics engine that powers the Weather Archive, this project allows users to analyze irregular high-resolution climate model data over the Middle East. It was created at the request of an NCAR scientist.

 

M. J. Peterson

The Weather Forecaster

17 March 2017

The Weather Forecaster is a Weather Archive project with a specific focus on weather and seasonal climate models over North America. It brings in high-resolution datasets such as the High Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) model and allows users to assess and analyze forecasts and trends with a specialized suite of tools such as the forecast trajectory tool.

 

M. J. Peterson

The Weather Archive

17 March 2017

The Weather Archive is a web-based interactive tool for exploring "Big Data" in the cloud. It brings together petabytes of data holdings at NASA and NOAA data centers across the country into a single platform that lets the user probe and compare data in real time using a modern web browser.

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