Fluxnet move to Silverlight v2.0 Beta 1

Savas has been coding again 🙂 – he’s updated the FLUXNET Data set visualization to Silverlight  v2.  Fluxnet move to Silverlight v2.0 Beta 1 It’s been a while since I touched the Fluxnet code. Given that the original release was built on Silverlight v1.1, I put some time today in re-implementing it in Silverlight v2.0…

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MapCruncher Beta for Microsoft Virtual Earth

Just tested out the MapCrucher Beta for VE – it really runs great.  As soon as I get a few more cycles…I’ll post a couple of the maps I did… MapCruncher™ beta for Microsoft® Virtual Earth™ is a newly-released, innovative tool that allows anyone to import maps, layer them, and share them on a website…

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PopFly open to Public Beta

It’s great to see that PopFly is now open to a larger audience via it’s public beta.  I especially like the PopFly mashup Deb Agarwal (Berkeley Water Center) did with the AmeriFlux datasets they are working with – a good example of how you can visualize scientific data.  

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MSR Networked Embedded Sensing Toolkit updated

The MSR Sense toolkit was updated to v.2a1 and is available for download  The MSR Networked Embedded Sensing Toolkit (MSR Sense) is a collection of software tools that allow users to collect, process, archive, and visualize data from a sensor network. The current version contains: a reconfigurable microserver execution environment (miuSEE), a small library implementing…

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[Data Service] Microsoft Project Codename "Astoria"

Time to think about how Scientific data could utilized the Astoria service…  The goal of Microsoft Codename Astoria is to enable  applications to expose data as a data service that can be consumed by web clients within a corporate network and across the internet. The data service is reachable over HTTP, and URIs are used…

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Zoomatron-NOAA Charts, MapCruncher, and Virtual Earth

Very neat mashup utiizing Virtual Earth and MapCruncher – I really like the Mississippi Meanders one. NOAA Charts and Virtual Earth Choose a state from the dropdown to the left, and then pick a chart to look at. These are government-issue navigation charts overlaid on the Virtual Earth (http://local.live.com) map of the United States. You get all the…

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