Lindsay Powers, The HDF Group
Please join us to learn about new HDF tools, projects and perspectives.
The HDF Group will be hosting a one-day workshop at the upcoming Federation for Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Summer Meeting in Asilomar, CA on Tuesday, July 14th.
There will also be an HDF Town Hall meeting on Wednesday afternoon, July 15th.
Please join us for any and all of the events. If you are unable to join us in person, you may participate through remote access. Remote access details will be made available through the ESIP meeting website. Questions? Contact Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The agenda for the July 14 HDF Group workshop: Continue reading
* With Python’s Help
Gerd Heber, The HDF Group
Before the recent release of our PyHexad Excel add-in for HDF5 , the title might have sounded like the slogan of a global coffee and baked goods chain. That was then. Today, it is an expression of hope for the spreadsheet users who run this country and who either felt neglected by the HDF5 community or who might suffer from a medical condition known as data-bulging workbook stress disorder. In this article, I would like to give you a quick overview of the novel PyHexad therapy and invite you to get involved (after consulting with your doctor).
To access the data in HDF5 files from Excel is a frontrunner among the all-time TOP 10 most frequently asked for features. A spreadsheet tool might be a convenient window into, and user interface for, certain data stored in HDF5 files. Such a tool could help overcome Excel storage and performance limitations, and allow data to be freely “shuttled” between worksheets and HDF5 data containers. PyHexad (,,,) is an attempt to further explore this concept. Continue reading