May 5, 2016
‘I was really excited to see how my data could be visualised,’ Emma says. ‘The concept of routinely making data available for the public to explore was very appealing, and I hope more and more researchers will start to recognise the benefits of open data. I always like being involved in the new thing: at the cutting edge. Open data is gaining momentum so quickly and I’m really excited to be part of the movement.’
Metadata vital to data discovery
Journeying from kelp to canyons
Precision downloading on AODN
Tackling the challenge of showcasing BRUVS data
Above: a sample IMAS data visualisation for benthic habitats around Tasmania's Maria Island.