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New EarthCube Peer-Reviewed Jupyter Notebooks Now Available
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A novel element of the 2020, 2021 and 2022 EarthCube Annual Meetings was a call for notebooks, which led to 44 peer-reviewed Jupyter notebooks that encompass an array of geoscience data tools, software, services, and libraries. Each notebook was reviewed by scholars within the geoscience and cyberinfrastructure community.


These notebooks are now available on GitHub and Zenodo for interested researchers to view and execute.

“Open-source technologies such as these Jupyter notebooks allow the EarthCube community to create and share valuable insights with one another,” said Kenton McHenry, associate director for software at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA).

“These notebooks represent a new element in the scholarly publishing system: they provide us with a means to easily share tested, user-friendly, and interactive workflows,” said Daniel S. Katz, NCSA chief scientist. “Further Calls for Notebooks are now underway and we encourage the community to participate, as well as to provide feedback about how we can better support notebooks in the peer-review and publishing systems.”

The 2022 notebooks are now available:

Predicting Solar Flares with Machine Learning

Yasser Abduallah, Jason T. L. Wang, Haimin Wang

Accelerating Lagrangian analyses of oceanic data: benchmarking typical workflows


Miron, Philippe, Elipot, Shane, Lumpkin, Rick,  Dano, Bertrand

Jupyter Notebooks as a bridge to the MagIC Database and Open Science


Lisa Tauxe, Rupert Minnett, Nick Jarboe, Catherine Constable, Anthony Koppers

PaleoHack: Putting EarthCube tools in the hands of paleogeoscientists

Deborah Khider, Julien Emile-Geay, Alexander James, Feng Zhu

Intro to Argovis’ API


William Mills, Donata Giglio, Megan Scanderbeg, Tyler Tucker

Handling Highly Imbalanced Data in Machine Learning Applications


Patrick M. O'Keefe, Viacheslav M. Sadykov, Alexander G. Kosovichev, Gelu M. Nita, Vincent Oria, Shantanu Sharma, Fraila Francis,  Chun Jie Chong



Jia Yu, Yiqun Xie, Kyle Duncan, Sinead Louise Farrell

Magnetic Polarity Inversion Line Detection and Analysis Tool

Anli Ji, Nigar Khasayeva, Xumin Cai, Manolis K. Georgoulis, Petrus C. Martens, Rafal A. Angryk, Berkay Aydin

AMGeO 2.0: Crafting an API for Geospace Data Scientists


Willem Mirkovich, Tomoko Matsuo,  Liam Kilcommons



Sumanth Rotti, Akhil Arya, Berkay Aydin, Manolis K. Georgoulis, Petrus C. Martens

The 2021 notebooks are now available:

Interactive Jupyter notebook for hydrographic ocean data exploration, retrieval and visualization via the Argovis API


Susanna Anil, Steve Diggs, Sarah Purkey, Donata Giglio, Lynne Merchant, Megan Scanderbeg, Tyler Tucker

xclim: Software ecosystem for climate services


Pascal Bourgault, Travis Logan, David Huard, Trevor J. Smith

Volcanic activity detection and noise characterization using machine learning


Myles Mason, John Wenskovitch, D Sarah Stamps, Joshua Robert Jones

Mapping ice flow velocity using an easy and interactive feature tracking workflow

Whyjay Zheng, Shane Grigsby, Facundo Sapienza, Jonathan Taylor, Tasha Snow, Fernando Perez, Matthew Siegfried

Interactive visualization tools for ocean glider data


Dhruv Balwada, Scott Henderson, Alison Gray

Exploring research data repositories with geoextent

Sebastian Garzón, Daniel Nüst, Yousef Qamaz

itslive-explorer: interactive exploration of glacier velocities at a global scale

Luis Lopez, Alex Gardner, Ted Scambos, Mark Fahnestock, Maria Liukis, Yang Lei, Chad Greene, Joe Kennedy

OGGM-Edu - Jupyter notebooks to learn and teach about glaciers

Fabien Maussion, Erik Holmgren, Lindsey Nicholson, Lizz Ultee, Zora Schirmeister, Patrick Schmitt, Lilian Schuster

Automated Machine Learning for Earth Science via AutoGluon

Xingjian Shi, Wen-ming Ye, Nick Erickson, Jonas Mueller, Alexander Shirkov, Zhi Zhang, Mu Li, Alex Smola

The 2020 notebooks are now available:

3D volume rendering of geophysical data using the yt platform


Christopher Havlin, Benjamin Holtzman, Kacper Kowalik, Madicken Munk, Sam Walkow, Matthew Turk

Jupyter Notebooks, the PmagPy Software Package and the Magnetics Information Consortium (MagIC) Database

Lisa Tauxe, Rupert Minnett, Nicholas Jarboe, Catherine Constable, Anthony Koppers, Lori Jonestrask, Nicholas Swanson-Hysell

An Interactive GUI for BALTO in a Jupyter notebook


Scott Dale Peckham, Maria Stoica, D. Sarah Stamps, James Gallagher, Nathan Potter, David Fulker

Multi-Cloud workflows with Pangeo and Dask Gateway

Tom Augspurger, Martin Durant, Ryan Abernathey, Joe Hamman

Semantic Annotation of Data using JSON Linked Data


Luigi Marini, Diego Calderon, Praveen Kumar

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