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iSGTW Link of the week - Power through your data with data turbine

Link of the week - Power through your data with data turbine


Like to linger over each piece of your data? Or do you prefer to cruise through at high speed? Now you can have your hare, and tortoise too.
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Ever wish you could record your data and then browse it later, both more quickly and more slowly than real time? You can.

Data Turbine, a middleware tool for gathering remote sensor data, does for data what TiVo® does for TV.

Based on extensive development work in the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation Cyberinfrastructure Center at San Diego Supercomputer Center in the United States, the middleware is now being hosted in NEESforge at SDSC.

Data Turbine is especially good at aggregating dissimilar data sources scattered across a network, and thus it provides researchers with a way to work together on multiple kinds of data.

This tool, originally developed by Creare, is now freely downloadable as open source for noncommercial use.

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