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Example workflows for MATCOM paper "Workspace: a workflow platform for supporting development and deployment of modelling and simulation " (2019).
The workflows are:
1. Hello, Workspace! - hello.wsx
... more2. Introducing data input and output - datainputoutput.wsx, plotsample.csv
3. Flow control and loops - loop.wsx
4. Executing an embedded script - ecmascript.wsx, pythonscript.wsx
5. Controlling path update - pathcontrol.wsx
6. Nested workflows - log.wsx, useexternalworkflow.wsxless
Industrial Transformation and Situational Awareness - Workspace version 5.4.2 - Published 26 Feb 2019
This is a demonstration for generating 3D online Visualisation of molecular structure using DCM plugins. A selection of the molecules, including calcium chloride (CaCl2), bromine trifluoride (BrF3), g... moreermane (GeH4), antimony pentachloride (SbCl5) and tellurium hexafluoride (TeF6), are included as examples.less
Non-destructive quality evaluation of additive-manufactured components - Data-constrained modelling - Published 21 Mar 2018
This Software Package is a Vocabulary Viz Tool for visualising SKOS-based vocabularies deployed on SISSVoc service endpoints. This was developed collaboratively with Monash University.
OzNome for Water - - Published 10 Nov 2017
The Hungry Microbiome is an exciting biomedical animation that takes the audience on a journey through the digestive tract to reveal the world of the human gut microbiome. The video explores how inter... moreactions between a human and their gut microbiota plays a key role in colorectal cancer risk. The dataset comprises a 4 minute mp4 video and a thumbnail.
TCP03 VIZBI Visualising Biological Data - Visualisations - Published 15 Dec 2014
A simulation of meteorology and fine particles (with a diameter < 2.5 um; PM2.5) was run on the NCI’s supercomputing facilities. The simulation was for December 2006 and comprised a global 5 km meteor... moreology simulation and a 10 km continental scale and nested 3 km urban PM2.5 simulations. The model data set was output at hourly intervals, spanning the simulated month.
Scientific Computing Visualisation extracted specific parameters from the dataset, which included fine particle concentrations generated from fires, dust, sea salt, vegetation and anthropogenic sources. Cloud cover was also extracted. Data processing included adjusting thresholds and scales to highlight the important structure in each parameter and display the relative contribution of each source to the total PM2.5. These images were processed in parallel on ASC's GPU supercomputing facility, producing several high-quality visualisations in a short period of time.
For presentation and interactivity of the visualisation, a WebGL application was created. This allowed users to connect and interactively explore the simulated data.
There are 5 movies in this collection:
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Aerosol Science GLOMAP Strategic 12/14 - Visualisation - Published 15 Sep 2014
The MagSonic animation project is a visualisation of the carbothermal production of magnesium metal.
Magnesium vapour is produced from magnesium oxide and carbon at very high temperature, and subseq... moreuently condensed and collected, in this visualisation of CSIRO’s MagSonic™ carbothermal magnesium process.
CLOSED Magsonic Pilot Plant. - Visualisation - Published 04 Mar 2014