Collaboratively Conceived, Designed and Implemented: Matching Visualization Tools with Geoscience Data Collections & Geoscience Data Collections with Visualization Tools via the ToolMatch Service

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1. Initial development & subsequent refinement of use cases Development team from ESIP Semantic Web cluster Re-use of related ontologies Submission of key characteristics of Tools & Data Collections in Knowledge Base (triple store) Use of eclectic suite of tools for ontology creation & expression, concept mapping, form creation, web services & results display Collaboratively Conceived, Designed and Implemented: Matching Visualization Tools with Geoscience Data Collections & Geoscience Data Collections with Visualization Tools via the ToolMatch Service Nancy Hoebelheinrich1 (nhoebel@kmotifs.com), Christopher Lynnes2 (christopher.s.lynnes@nasa.gov), Matt Ferritto3 (ferrim2@rpi.edu), Patrick West3 (westp@rpi.edu) 1 Knowledge Motifs, 2 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 3 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY For more information: ToolMatch on github: https://github.com/ESIPFed/Toolmatch ESIP ToolMatch wiki page: http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/ToolMatch Sponsors: ESIP Definitions of Terms: CMAP/COE Concept Mapping Application Ontology Editor, built on top of the IGMC CmapTools concept mapping software DC Terms Dublin Core Terms (http://purl.org/dc/terms/) DOAP Description of a Project ontology (http://usefulinc.con/ns/doap#) ESIP Earth Science Information Partners (http://www.esipfed.org) FOAF Friend of a Friend (http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/) OWL Web Ontology Language RDFS Resource Description Framework Schema RPI/TWC Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute / Tetherless World Constellation SPARQL Simple Protocol and RDF Query Language I have data & need to know which tools I can use I need data with measurements of atmospheric aerosol optical depth sliced along latitude and longitude, returned as netcdf data, and accessible in MatLab Initial Use Cases: I have tools & need to know what data can be used with them I want to be able to plot, as a time series, carbon dioxide concentrations using an IPython Notebook. After discovering data collections that are accessible via OPeNDAP Hyrax in HDF5 format, what can I do with the resulting data products? Tool Ontology: Areas of Collaboration: Collaborators: Matching and Linking: Panoply can Display Swatch Data via OPeNDAP on a Map Datasets available in Giovani available in certain formats with certain features. Which tools can be used to visualize them? Enter information about a dataset given its DOI or URI Get a set of tools that match Next Steps: Collect information about more tools using crowd sourcing Complete implementation of the matching capabilities Splash screens for instance data to include schema.org and RDFa marckup Capabilities: