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realtime THREDDS data visualization?

Hi Tim,

My apologies for not getting back to you sooner about the note below.  I won't bother you with my list of excuses.

From your note, I'm not sure exactly where to start, but I assume you have already seen our web pages on THREDDS


and our LDM/IDD real-time, event-driven, push-type Internet Data Distribution system


We also offer a suite of analysis and display tools for working with the data


And I personally am involved in a substantial effort to establish standards-based (mainly OGC and ISO) interfaces to our data systems:


You might also want to take a look at a couple of our real-time THREDDS data server sites:


In the context of NSF proposal, I don't know whether any or all of these might be important or useful, but I'd be happy to discuss them further with you via email or phone.

-- Ben

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: New Ticket - [THREDDS !FSH-692361]: realtime THREDDS data visualization?
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 12:50:06 -0700
From: Tim Brown < address@hidden>
Reply-To: address@hidden
Organization: UCAR/Unidata
To: address@hidden

New Ticket: realtime THREDDS data visualization?


I'm a biologist at the University of Utah. We are applying for an NSF
grant to develop an open-standard set of web-based tools to provide
users with the ability to dynamically visualize and explore climate
and other datasets online in realtime. We are interested in better
understanding how the THREDDS and related UNIDATA projects serve data
so we don't reproduce your work. We'd also like to see if what we
develop can be used to enhance the usability of the THREDDS and
similar projects. Can you forward this email to the best person for us
to discuss this with? We'd appreciate if we could speak with someone
soon as we are currently working on the grant.



Tim Brown
Department of Biology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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