• Update: 2018 Unidata Users Workshop Update: 2018 Unidata Users Workshop
    April 24, 2018
    2012 Users Workshop
    Bring a poster!

    Good News:
    The National Science Foundation has confirmed that funding is available for the workshop. We encourage you to begin making travel arrangements to attend. Our thanks to NSF for continuing to support this important community workshop.

    The Unidata Users Committee invites you to join Unidata staff, community members, and distinguished speakers this June in Boulder, Colorado. The goal of this year's workshop is to raise awareness of the current trends in the academic geoscience community with an emphasis on Data Proximate Analysis, Machine Learning and Data Analytics, Using GOES-16 Data, and Working with Ensemble NWP Output. Scientists and educators from the academic geoscience community will present ideas and techniques for making effective use of geoscience data and share activities, course materials, and ideas for improving education and research. There will be hands-on workshops, a poster session, and time for informal discussions with presenters and Unidata developers.

  • Coming Soon: Public Beta of TDS 5.0 Coming Soon: Public Beta of TDS 5.0
    February 22, 2018

    The THREDDS Development Team is preparing for the release of the first public beta of version 5 of the THREDDS Data Server (TDS), scheduled on or before March 19th, 2018. TDS v5 includes some major under-the-hood changes, which we will detail in the release notice. A beta version of netCDF-Java v5 will be announced at some point after the first stable release of the TDS v5.

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The Unidata Program center makes a wide variety of near-real-time and archive geoscience data and model output available to the university community. See the Data page for an overview of the available data types and access methods.

Real-time Model Output

Data visualization tools available from Unidata and elsewhere allow you to create dynamic displays of past, current, or forecast scenarios. This display shows a dynamically-selected Region of Interest culled from a regional weather model.