Tim Ferguson Sauder

Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering;Return Design | Associate Professor

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ABSTRACT:

The project landing page on HydroShare provides access to both public access and privacy-protected information in the form of:

01 Water Quality Sampling Campaign
- a public data archive of baseline Puerto Rico, including geolocated water sampling data post-Hurricane Maria, and population health surveys, with capacity for private clinical data repositories and private water samples. Developed to provide easy access,

02 Data Archive
- scientific researchers could use these data products to investigate health impacts of disaster events caused by contaminated drinking water. The software infrastructure depends on

03 Cyberinfrastructure Advances
- advancing the integration of flexible data formats like the Landlab rastermodelgrid and ODM2 which are designed with metadata that captures space-time variations, and open-sourced software installed on CUAHSI JupyterHub Server.

Outcomes
- These components are designed to be disseminated to new users, used for educational purposes, and integrated into HIPAA-compliant computing environments for use in research.

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2017 Collaborative RAPID Diagram
Created: May 2, 2018, 6:50 p.m.
Authors: Tim Sauder ยท Christina Bandaragoda

ABSTRACT:

The project landing page on HydroShare provides access to both public access and privacy-protected information in the form of:

01 Water Quality Sampling Campaign
- a public data archive of baseline Puerto Rico, including geolocated water sampling data post-Hurricane Maria, and population health surveys, with capacity for private clinical data repositories and private water samples. Developed to provide easy access,

02 Data Archive
- scientific researchers could use these data products to investigate health impacts of disaster events caused by contaminated drinking water. The software infrastructure depends on

03 Cyberinfrastructure Advances
- advancing the integration of flexible data formats like the Landlab rastermodelgrid and ODM2 which are designed with metadata that captures space-time variations, and open-sourced software installed on CUAHSI JupyterHub Server.

Outcomes
- These components are designed to be disseminated to new users, used for educational purposes, and integrated into HIPAA-compliant computing environments for use in research.

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