Updates

Web site and GitHub repository for the Sustain project are now live!

July 1, 2020

The project web site and GitHub repository for the Sustain project are now live. The project code base is developed in Java, Python, Rust, and JavaScript. The project relies on using an agile (Scrum) software development approach that incorporates rigorous testing and continuous evaluation of software quality.

Servers for our Visual Analytics tool are being overhauled

November 7, 2020

There has been a maintenance process going on on out servers, and some of our Datasets, such as the Census and Future Climate Data may not be accessible for use on out Visual Analytics tool: Aperture. We hope to get this maintenance wrapped up soon!

Aperture – New UI Released!

November 1, 2020

The latest version of our Visual Analytics tool: “Aperture” has been released, New changes include changing the UI from the 4 window screen to a new-sleek combined single window viewport. Feel free to explore the new UI tool at Services -> Visual Analytics

The project has integrated several data published by the Environmental Protection Agency and the US Geological Survey

July 4, 2020

The project has integrated several data published by the Environmental Protection Agency and the US Geological Survey. This includes the EPA Air Quality and Water Quality datasets. The air quality dataset includes data from several monitoring stations in the continental United States

The project has integrated data published by the United State Census Bureau.

July 3, 2020

The project has integrated data published by the United State Census Bureau. We have integrated data from the past 4 decades at varying levels of spatial granularities.
We support a variety of queries across demographics, income, and education levels.

The project has integrated atmospheric datasets published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

July 2, 2020

The project has integrated atmospheric datasets published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). We have also integrated datasets from North American Mesoscale (NAM) Forecast System collects frequent atmospheric data from over 260,000 weather stations in North America.
Features that we have curated include:
Air Quality:Visibility, Land Surface Temperature, Atmospheric Pressure Measurements, Surface Pressure, Air Temperature, Dew Point Temperature, Surface Winds, Freezing Rain, Precipitation Amount, Rain, Ice Pellets: Sleet, Snow.

New Site Launched!

June 30, 2020

Welcome to the new site of the SUSTAIN project. Here we will host downloads of the software, older releases and documentation along with recent news articles about our rapid-paced progress