With a goal of making the latest research in Earth and space science more discoverable, AGU conducted a contest in the summer of 2017 that awarded cash prizes to Earth and space scientists and software developers who found the most interesting new ways to visualize scientific papers, presentations, and data presented at AGU’s annual Fall Meeting. Read more about the Challenge on Eos.org.
1st Place: AGU Explorer
AGU Explorer is a visualization tool to help scientists explore collaboration networks, learn about recent research, and discover opportunities for interdisciplinary work.
Developers: Meenakshi Rao and Bennett Battaile
2nd Place: AGU Analytics
AGU Analytics provides multiple ways to explore AGU content. We use various types of search and interactive visualization for users to discover 1.) emerging topics, 2.) relevant research, and 3.) new colleagues.
Developers: Tom Narock, Sarah Hasnain, and Ronie Stephan
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