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Friday, July 19 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Surprising and Novel Ways to Integrate Community Data Systems with Each Other

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We know all the standard mechanisms for integrating data systems with each other: standards, APIs, standards-based APIs, etc., etc., etc. But new possibilities are opening up due to new technologies and approaches: Jupyter, Eclipse Che, Everything-as-a-Service, Slack, JSON-LD... Do you have a novel integration mechanism you want more developers to adopt so we can hook more things together? Come to this session and talk it up!

  • Dave Blodgett (USGS) - "Non information resource - Meta information resource - Data information resources: A resource model for integration of data from multiple organizations about the same real-world feature. Summary of the ongoing the Second Environmental Linked Features Interoperability Experiment (SELFIE)"
  • Kevin O'Brien/Bob Simons (NOAA/PMEL) - Integrating Data with ERDDAP
  • Namrata Malarout (NASA/JPL) - Centralized MAAP* API: Simplifying Algorithm Collaboration
  • Daven Quinn (U. Wisconsin) - Sparrow: an in-house, interoperable data system for individual geochronology labs

*MAAP = Multi-mission Algorithm and Analysis Platform

Session recording here.

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Christopher Lynnes

Researcher, Self
Christopher Lynnes recently retired from NASA as System Architect for NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System, known as EOSDIS. He worked on EOSDIS for 30 years, over which time he has worked multiple generations of data archive systems, search engines and interfaces... Read More →

Friday July 19, 2019 10:00am - 11:30am PDT
Room 318
  Room 318, Breakout