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By David Overoye, posted 7/3/18 1:46 PM

I'm at the GLE now - working with lots of folks!


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We've been busy for the last few months updating the GLOBE website with a new look and feel and new features.  The goal is to both refresh the site as well as to really highlight all the work everyone is doing.  You'll find new capabilities on the home page including an animation of the last 7 days worth of data, and a "leaderboard" for each protocol.  If you're looking for someone to collaborate, look at the leaderboard to find the most active teachers in any region or country. Your My Pages will be changing too - featuring your training accomplishments, with more...


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By David Overoye, posted 8/18/17 12:45 AM

Congratulations to the GLOBE community - the GLOBE Observer app now has over 50,000 registered users!   That of course has an impact on the GLOBE system...We're getting ready for the eclipse right now - we have a few things to do to support everyone.  We're expecting on the order of 50-100 data measurements per second, which could result in 4 million cloud files during the eclipse and a TB of storage.  We'll be adding about 40 servers for just a few days to handle the load, and then ramp back down to our "normal" mode of operations.  We're running through lots of...


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By David Overoye, posted 8/3/17 5:36 PM

We are working on a new visualization system.  The new system keeps many of the capabilities of the old "vis" system, but works much better on phones and tablets.  We've tried to streamline and modernize things as well. Take a look at the "beta" version of the system at:  https://visbeta.globe.gov Remember - 3 steps to visualizing your data: 1) What data do you want to visualize (Protocol Layers) 2) What date do you want to use to look at the data  3) Click on the data point on the map to see the data. Tell us what you think!  


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