1. HDF - The Future

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    The third of a three-part talk titled "HDF - Past, Present and Future," given by Mike Folk at the HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV in September 2011.

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    • HDF - The Middle Years

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      The second of a three-part talk titled "HDF - Past, Present and Future," given by Mike Folk at the HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV in September 2011.

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      • How to Use Scientific Libraries at Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility

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        OLCF Computational Scientist Bronson Messer covers how to use and link scientific libraries with applications running on Titan. Using screen capture, he walks through the steps of generating an executable…

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        • HDF5 is for Lovers

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          Slides can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/PyData/hdf5-isforlovers HDF5 is a hierarchical, binary database format that has become a de facto standard for scientific computing. While the…

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          • PyTables - Francesc Alted

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            HDF5 is a standard de-facto binary file type specification. However, what makes HDF5 great is the numerous libraries to interact with files of this type and their extremely rich feature set. HDF5

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            • HDF - The Early Years

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              The first third of a talk titled "HDF - Past, Present and Future," given by Mike Folk at the HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV in September 2011.

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              • ESIP Innovator - Andrew Collette on HDF5, Python and H5Py

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                Andrew Collette, the creator of H5Py and author of new book, "Python and HDF5: Unlocking Scientific Data" talked to us about how he uses HDF and Python, creating H5Py and how the book came…

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