In about eight years, the Community for Data Integration has grown into a community of over 700 individuals. We come from many different places, geographically, scientifically, and philosophically, so what binds us together?
The CDI coordinators are trying to find out by gathering your member stories! What gets you excited about CDI and what do you hope the CDI network will help to you achieve?
If we all got in a room together, what would we talk about? Here’s a piece of the picture from a small sampling of CDI members:
Here are a couple examples from your coordinators:
At the April Virtual Monthly Meeting, six more FY16 CDI projects presented their outcomes to the community.
In addition, Peter Schweitzer presented on Cooperative distributed spatial search for scientific data.
This tool shows you how much time it would take to make it to safe ground should a tsunami be headed your way.
GIS tools to integrate different types of data and quantify ecological effects of grassland conversion for energy development.
Integrating data to produce a map layer of wetland types and soil carbon densities, with implications for carbon storage in wetland soils.
Managing land-use datasets and quickly sharing results of models with researchers and the public.
Browse and contribute to this registry for online learning resources focusing on research data management.
Creating a “Steam”lined workflow to align disparate national stream summarization efforts.