Texas OneGulf Knowledge Base

A Knowledge Base funded by the RESTORE Act through the Texas OneGulf Center of Excellence

SERVICES

Users can search available datasets through the Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network (CKAN). CKAN is a web-based open source management system and powerful data catalog.

Users can search a derived data product. Faceted search/navigation tool is for accessing information organized according to category information

This will provide how to access our data and services with Jupyter Notebook as a case study of an interactive visualization with our datasets.

Example of product layers

About

Organizations for this project

Texas OneGulf

will bring together extensive, complementary and well-maintained online information systems for marine science, oceanographic and related data currently available from the Gulf of Mexico.

GCOOS

data management system currently ingests more than 1,800 data streams at hourly intervals or less, from federal and non-federal sources.

GRIIDC

is the data management entity responsible for acquiring, cataloging, and curating the full-body of data derived from the 10-year $500 million research program.

GOMA

GOMAPortal is a metadata catalog and data repository for Gulf of Mexico related geospatial datasets. Funded by the Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA).

"Knowledge is
'synthesis of multiple sources of information over time', 'organization and processing to convey understanding, experience [and] accumulated learning',
'a mix of contextual information, values, experience and rules' "

Rowley, J., and R. Hartley (2006) Organizing Knowledge: An Introduction to Managing Access to Information

"Knowledge is
'study and experience', 'a mix of contextual information, expert opinion, skills and experience', 'information combined with understanding and capability', 'perception, skills, training, common sense and experience' "

Rowley, J., and R. Hartley (2006) Organizing Knowledge: An Introduction to Managing Access to Information

"Knowledge is a fluid mix of framed experience, values, contextual information, expert insight and grounded intuition that provides an environment and framework for evaluating and incorporating new experiences and information. It originates and is applied in the minds of knowers."

Wallace, Danny P. (2007). Knowledge Management: Historical and Cross-Disciplinary Themes

This project was paid for in part with federal funding from the Department of the Treasury through the State of Texas under the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunities, and Revived Economies of the Gulf Coast States Act of 2012 (RESTORE Act). The content, statements, findings, opinions, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Texas or the Treasury.