SuAVE is a new online tool for sharing and visually exploring surveys and image collections. It originated in the CINERGI Building Block project and has been used to analyze the EarthCube Member Survey, and then create CINERGI Community Resource Viewers. SuAVE is Survey Analysis via Visual Exploration, and was created by Ilya Zaslavsky and his team at the San Diego Supercomputer Center.
With SuAVE you can publish your data online (mixed numeric and text data, and images), slice and dice the data based on any combination of attributes, visualize general patterns and drill down to outliers, explore various data views, annotate your findings, and share annotations with collaborators. See examples of SuAVE in the geosciences and other fields including sociology, biology and ecology, archaeology, art history and humanities, urban planning, and medical informatics.
To see SuAVE in action and learn how you can create a viewer for your own data, join the session of “Doing Geoscience with EarthCube Tools” on Friday, Nov. 18th, 2016, at 2pm EDT (11am PDT). If you miss it, check back later for a link to a recording of the webinar.
PREVIEW: check out a new resource search widget from EarthCube’s CINERGI project. Find a working copy at the bottom of the crescynt.org page (wordpress does not play nicely with widgets, sadly), or test and download the widget for yourself here.
Coral research resources are being steadily added to the database for this search.