The Boulder Earth and Space Science Informatics Group (BESSIG) aims to galvanize and support networking and collaboration among Earth and Space Science data users, data providers, data managers, and middleware providers, especially those in the Boulder, Colorado area. Topical areas include issues of scientific data representation, management, discovery, access, analysis, visualization, citation, transparency, and the infrastructure to support those efforts. The end goal is to improve the usage and thus the value of scientific data, thereby improving our understanding of our Earth and its systems.
Our June meeting is on Wednesday, June 19, at 4:00 PM. The topic is "Py in the Sky: IPython and other tools for scientific computing", by Monte Lunacek from CU's Research Computing and Roland Viger, from USGS. More information is available at this June Meeting Announcement.
We continually seek topics and speakers of interest. If you have an idea for a relevant topic you would like to see presented, please contact bessig dot info at lasp dot colorado dot edu to discuss setting up a presentation. See our news page for past meeting agendas and other news that might spur ideas.
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