Climate Modeling


Over 200TB of Climate Modeling data is now accessible through the collaboration between Seal Storage Technology and the University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute (SCI), enabling researchers around the world to access and visualize the data with zero egress fees.

GEOTiled: End-to-End Analysis and Visualization of Large Scientific Data

CONUS 30M - DEMO Tutorial - Recording

GEOTiled is a scalable, modular workflow that generates large datasets of high-resolution terrain parameters.






We present a framework for analyzing internal material structures (e.g., cracks) to mitigate these bottlenecks. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our framework for a workflow performing synchrotron X-ray computed tomography reconstruction and segmentation of a silica-based structure.


DoubleCloud is a National Science Data Democratization Consortium (NSDDC) member and generously hosts the NSDF Catalog for free.


Multi-federation Catalog for Petabytes of Community Data As part of the NSF-funded National Science Data Fabric (NSDF) initiative, we are developing a lightweight software library to index large amounts of scientific data and facilitate discoverability.

Documentation is Here and Here



The Open Science Data Federation (OSDF) is an OSG service designed to support the sharing of files staged in autonomous “origins”, for efficient access to those files from anywhere in the world via a global namespace and network of caches.



The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center, sponsored by NSF. NCAR is a focal point for research in the field of atmospheric sciences and is located in Boulder, Colorado. About 750 scientists and support personnel work at the center.



The NSF National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) has a large amount of image data from Airborne Observation Platforms (AOP) that is publicly available to their users.

This viewer allows for interactive exploration of remotely sensed data from the Airborne Observation Platform (AOP). Change the field site and flight for this data product using the tools below to stream different data into view. Pan and zoom in the view to stream higher-resolution imagery. This pilot data viewer is provided through a collaboration with the Visus Project at the Univeristy of Utah and more updates are planned for the future.`



8GB 1D signal
1,073,741,824 float64 samples




OpenVisus running in WebAssembly.


  • Use Google Chrome
  • First time it can take up to 2 minutes to run
  • Gets data from CEDMAV HTTPS OpenVisus server
  • Needs a resize of the window

David WASM

OpenVisus running in Panel dashboard in Chrome through WebAssembly (WASB). Try the PyScript Panel Here

2kbit1 WASM

OpenVisus running in Panel dashboard in Chrome through WebAssembly (WASB). Try the PyScript Panel Here

Chess WASM

OpenVisus running in Panel dashboard in Chrome through WebAssembly (WASB). Try the PyScript Panel Here

JupyterLite WASM

OpenVisus running in Jupyter Notebook in Chrome through WebAssembly (WASB). Try the 12-jupyterlite.ipynb Notebook Here

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 2138811.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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