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Congratulations to our first OOI Data Lab workshop cohort! In March, we welcomed 20 professors from universities, community colleges, and primary undergraduate institutions to the Chauncey Center in Princeton, NJ, for our first weeklong development…
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The most popular data visualizations in oceanography are probably timeseries plots and maps. But I suspect a strong third is the scatterplot. While a timeseries plot can show how a variable changes in time, and maps can show variation…
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When it comes to analyzing and interpreting data, one of the first tools a scientist will reach for are a few basic statistics. This includes calculations like mean, median, standard deviation and range, though there are certainly many others.…
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Am I a scientist? That’s a somewhat existential question that I, and others in positions like mine, often find myself asking. I’m sure my friends, and the K-12 teachers I work with, generally think of me as a scientist without any…
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I love creating data visualizations. I always feel like I’m on an adventure when I take some data, visualize it in a number of different ways, and try to make sense of what secrets are hidden inside. Often times you have a good idea…
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The Ocean Observatories Initiative has a lot of data! Conceived in the late 1990’s, the OOI was designed to bring together a cutting-edge collection of instruments into a single integrated ocean observatory. This observatory would be larger,…
0 0 Sage Lichtenwalner https://datalab.marine.rutgers.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/odl-header-012219.png Sage Lichtenwalner2013-09-06 16:58:452019-07-30 16:31:27The Circle of OOI
The complexity of the Ocean Observatories Initiative, simplified to a nice simple circle.
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What a difference a week makes. Late last week, the waters off New Jersey were between 5-15 degrees below normal. They're not any more.
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A little while back, I received the following question from a Visual Ocean visitor: "When might satellite sst data be more informative than buoy data?"
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To celebrate Independence Day, I thought it would be fun to dress up the ocean in a little red, white and blue.
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This week, was the start of the 2013 Hurricane Season, and already forecasters have declared the first storm of the season, Tropical Storm Andrea.
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Last week, I had an opportunity to look through the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) alongside many other ocean educators at the COSEE Network Meeting. Our goal was to figure out how the NGSS could be used to develop activities.