An interactive, wiki-based paper

submitted by: juliana

This video shows a wiki-based paper that whose results not only can be reproduced, but readers can interactively explore them.

Sensor network technologies: Recent innovations and tools for management and analysis of sensor data (Part 2)

submitted by: LTER_NetworkOffice_is
The deployment of innovative sensor technologies and high performance wireless communication at ecological field research locations is generating large volumes of near real-time data streams that allow for unprecedented scientific questions and educational opportunities. Accompanying this sensor network development is a crucial need for tools to control, process, coordinate, validate, and analyze multiple data streams. These innovative approaches or technology tools include, for example,...

Sensor network technologies: Recent innovations and tools for management and analysis of sensor data

submitted by: LTER_NetworkOffice_is
The deployment of innovative sensor technologies and high performance wireless communication at ecological field research locations is generating large volumes of near real-time data streams that allow for unprecedented scientific questions and educational opportunities. Accompanying this sensor network development is a crucial need for tools to control, process, coordinate, validate, and analyze multiple data streams. These innovative approaches or technology tools include, for example,...

BioExtract Server

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Data Access,analysis, storage and workflow creation.

Moby, Legacy Apps and the Semantic Web

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[Note: poor video quality lasts only for the first 30 seconds] Presentation given at the Web Services Biohackathon '08 in Tokyo, Japan 2008-02-11. It describes tools for using and providing interoperable bioinformatics Web services. This presentation followed another one outlining the (Bio)Moby protocol and its usage, see www.biomoby.org for more information. Presenter: Paul Gordon .