National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program

Webinar - SuAVE: Survey Analysis via Visual Exploration, Recording Available

Presenter: Ilya Zaslavsky, Director of the Spatial Information Systems Lab, San Diego Supercomputer Center, University of California San Diego
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SuAVE, NSF funded effort, is a useful tool for data visualization and analysis and may be used to share information about collections and associated data. Data for isolated collections or amalgamated items across many collections may be analyzed in different ways. SuAVE provides unique ways to tell a story and has been used to display fossil and document collections, museum items, and many others. Data may be derived from ScienceBase or other systems and visualized/analyzed in SuAVE. This presentation is intended to explore the possibilities for viewing and translating geoscience data for many uses.

SuAVE was presented on March 28, 2018. The webinar recording may be viewed HERE