In these three weeks, I continued to code to improve the usability of SE. I focused on the following six tasks. 1. Allow users to choose data units in parallel coordinate plots; First, I added a pair of radio button to implement the function. One is year; another is month. After Continue reading Week 7,8,9→
First, sorry for posting three weeks’ blogs at one time. To conclude what I have done in the last three weeks in one word, it is “coding”. After done the preparations, we decided to get started to improve the usability of SE. Based on the user research, we list several Continue reading Week 4,5,6: coding, coding and coding→
For this week, I did several things. First, I exported the latest SE software into a common package using Eclipse and released it here: http://nacp.ornl.gov/tools/se/SimilarityExplorer_v1.1.zip. At the meantime, I re-edit the tutorial and update the installation part. By doing all those, users can download the software and learn to use it, which Continue reading week 3→
This week, I worked with Yaxing, continuing to do some preparatory work. I spent almost all the time to set up the UV-CDAT software. The installment is so complicated. Since UV-CDAT doesn’t support Windows OS, at the beginning, I used Ubuntu to install it. I tried several times, but failed Continue reading week 2→
Last Thursday, 29th May, I got started my job. This summer, I will work with EVA group on project 8: SimilarityExplorer: inspire climate science discovery through advanced big data analysis. SimilarityExplorer is an exploratory visualization tool that help climate scientists explore model relationships from multiple perspectives. I attend the DataONE all hands Continue reading Week 1 – build a solid foundation for future work→
The 2014 DataONE Summer Internship research activity will launch shortly. Check back for updates at the end of May / beginning of June.