// Data Tools

NCCS tools enable discovery, download, visualization, and analytics, providing easier access to user data and curated data collections. Available tools and protocols include those commonly used by the science community as well as locally written and maintained tools designed to highlight weather analysis and forecasting and reanalysis intercomparison.

Additional tools/protocols may be added upon request.

Spatial Analytics Platform


The NCCS Spatial Analytics Platform supports NASA scientists and partners by providing a geospatial environment featuring accelerated collaborative analytics through the use of advanced visualization and custom applications.


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EDAS

The Earth Data Analytics Service (EDAS) is a high-performance big data analytics framework. EDAS allows researchers to leverage our compute power to analyze large datasets located at the NCCS through a web-based programming interface, thereby eliminating the need to download the data.

ANALYZE


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GIS MAPPING

The NCCS Spatial Analytics Platform supports NASA scientists and partners by providing a centralized and highly available geospatial environment, featuring tight integration with NCCS’s high performance computing capabilities, accelerated collaborative analytics through the use of advanced visualization and custom applications, and the ability to quickly process vast amounts of data.

MAP


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CREATE-V

CREATE-V is an interactive tool that visualizes reanalysis (a comprehensive record of how weather and climate changes over time) to enable reanalysis intercomparison and climate change investigation.

VISUALIZE


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RES

For making queries on reanalysis datasets, the Reanalysis Ensemble Service (RES) supports web service access to consumer applications, a graphical user interface for interactive requests, a command line interface for users familiar with basic CDS commands, and advanced programmatic access for Python-savvy users.

QUERY


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ESGF

The NCCS offers data processing and publication services via Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF). ESGF provides access to CMIP5 climate model data, and allows scientists to search, download, and visualize distributed data.

ACCESS


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// Fulfilling User Requirement 

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