|What's New with EPIC
Jan 18 , 2006 - Announcing
DChart - OPeNDAP viewer for in-situ data - based on AJAX (Asynchronous Java and XML) for Google Maps type user interface
Mar 3, 2005 - Announcing cdfsync - netCDF synchronization software
Nov 11, 2004 - Announcing nquery
- A Network-enabled data-based data selection tool
May 24, 2004 - OceanShare
- network collaboration tool enhanced for OPeNDAP and ability
to overlay gridded model results and in-situ observations.
Jan 12, 2004 - Announcing
dapper - OPeNDAP server for in-situ and gridded data
Aug 5, 2002 - New version of OceanShare
Dec. 01, 2001 - New Java tools are available: JOA
Apr 10, 2000 - New version of EPIC Web Site is available.
Mar 27, 2000 - Announcing
ncBrowse-- a graphical netCDF file browser.
Feb 1, 2000 - New EPIC Web Browser is available using
Java Scripts and Java Applets.
Dec 30, 1999 - The Y2K-compliant EPIC programs are now
available from ftp.epic.noaa.gov
June 23, 1998 - 1998 PMEL Science Program Review -
April 15, 1997 - Improvements have been made to the EPIC
Web Browser plotting interfaces.
- The new plotting interfaces are shorter, simpler, and easier
- Try selecting,
plotting and downloading oceanographic data from the public
April 7, 1997 - New Web pages:
December 5, 1996 - New Web pages:
October 18, 1996 - Public
access to TAO times series.
October 16, 1996 - On-the-fly graphics generated by the
Web Browser are now also available in Postscript.
October 16, 1996 - Public
access to selected EPIC times series. Currently available
time series from current meter moorings in the Alaska region.
August 17, 1996 - PMEL
OCRD Five Year Plan Presentation.
August 14, 1996 - Overview of EPIC
System Library for data file I/O from Fortran/C.
August 9, 1996 - Web
Gateways to Oceanographic in-situ Data presented at
the Federal Webmasters Workshop 1996 and Winner of Federal
July 16, 1996 - Documentation for EPIC
netCDF data file Conventions for shipboard ADCP data are available
in draft form. See also General
PMEL-EPIC netCDF Conventions.
July 15, 1996 - Public
access to selected oceanographic in-situ observational
data, using the EPIC
Web Browser for on-line data selection and dynamically generated
data plots and listings. A small but growing number of hydrographic
data sets from PMEL and other locations (e.g., the Reid and Mantyla
bottle data atlas) is available on-line.
May 7, 1996 - Java
enhanced access to EPIC oceanographic profile data
May 3, 1996 - Clickable
map for user specification of geographic coordinates available
in directory /epic/webtools/clickable-map/.
March 25, 1996 - Java-enhanced data delivery
Dec 21, 1995 Local
PMEL EPIC profile data on-line - This is a prototype, for
local access only. An overview
Nov 17, 1995 EPIC INGRES: data
management and database communications and Overview
of local PMEL EPIC INGRES database structure on line.
Sep 11, 1995 OACES
Bottle Data on-line with the EPIC Web Browser : Live, on-the-fly
graphics and data download.
Sep 1, 1995 EPIC
System Library (EPSLIB): Documentation for the EPIC data
file Input/Output library is on-line on the World Wide Web.
June 14, 1995 EPIC
Web Browser: Live, on-the-fly graphics and data download
via the World Wide Web, illustrated with EPIC CTD data. (prototype)
See NOAA World Wide
Web Workshop presentation for details.
June 6, 1995 NOAA/PMEL
participation in GOIN: The Global Observing Information
Initiative is part of the "Common Agenda of the United States
- Japan Framework for a New Economic Partnership" which was
agreed to in July 1993 by the President of the United States and
the Prime Minister of Japan. The GOIN bridges the Pacific Ocean
by enabling researchers and policy makers from either country
to access data from the other by computer.
May 15, 1995 PMEL Pacific CTD data base - available
in-house via Ingres-based data select program (epicselect).
April 14, 1995 MATLAB
Interface for EPIC, netCDF. Available at ftp.epic.noaa.gov
March 23, 1995 EPIC
Plans for 1995: Including prototype Motif
EPIC Graphical User Interface.
March 23, 1995 EPIC
progress in 1994.
February 9, 1995 Shipboard
ADCP support included in EPIC: Example
Analysis of CTD-ADCP Section and Example
ADCP Velocity Plot