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Tethys is a python-based web platform that can be used to develop and host environmental applications. Its free and open source and includes commonly used web tools including PostGIS, GeoServer, mapping gizmos with open layers and google maps and HTCondor for distributed computing. Tethys Platform is powered by the Django Python web framework giving it a solid web foundation with excellent security and performance. Tethys aims at lowering the technical barrier required for scientists and engineers to develop environmental web applications and share their work with the world. In this cyberseminar, we will go through a brief introduction to Tethys and walk through the Beginner Concepts section of the Tethys Tutorial. We will discuss Tethys in detail during the WaterHackWeek when we will employ some of the more advanced concepts to develop our projects. Prior experience in Python and Django will be of help.
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