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  1. Using the HUB to Study Disaster Events

    18 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Eric Letvin, Santiago Pujol

    NIST is creating a Disaster and Failure Events Data Repository which will host a national archival database of significant hazard events, the observed performance of the built environment during those events, associated emergency response and evacuation procedures where appropriate, and the...

  2. Volunteer Computing for Hubs

    18 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: David Anderson

    Volunteer computing is a low-cost way to increase the computing power of science portals. In this approach, groups of jobs submitted to a portal are executed on the desktop and laptop computers belonging to portal participants or to the general public. We are adding this capability to HUBzero by...

  3. Web Components

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Christopher A Smoak, Sam Wilson

    This presentation will cover the initial building blocks for constructing a basic Hub component. The first session will cover component structure, interacting with the database, including your own styles and scripts, and more. You’re expected to have an intermediate understanding of PHP, as well...

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