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Geode Systems develops RAMADDA - a content, information and data management platform. RAMADDA is easy to install and maintain and provides you the tools to manage all of your digital stuff - from documents and photos to projects, lists, blogs and wikis (like this page).

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Whether you work in a lab, in the field or in an office you and your organization are probably drowning in a sea of documents, information and data. RAMADDA provides deep and rich support for geoscience and bioscience data and can be used in many settings.

The Software

We've just released RAMADDA version 1.7.

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RAMADDA is an open and extensible framework and provides an affordable and highly functional suite of tools for the data enterprise.

If you are in the non-profit sector then RAMADDA is freely available and is released under the MIT license.

If you are in the for-profit sector RAMADDA has a separate Commercial License. Please contact us for more information.

You can run it in the office or in the cloud - even on your laptop. RAMADDA is written in Java and runs under standard servlet containers (e.g., Tomcat) or as a self contained web server. RAMADDA is easy to install, configure and maintain.

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December 17, 2014
We've just released RAMADDA version 1.7. There are lots of new services, bug fixes, new entry types and display capabilities.

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November 24, 2014
Working on the recent effort to support tabular data from spreadsheets we now support the ability to integrate and display data from external databases.

Examples here
If you have been to our site in the past you can see that its undergone a major design change and cleanup. This effort has helped us refine and evolve the wiki capabilities with a set of new layout tags
More fun work adding charting to the spreadsheet data services.
November 13, 2014
We've just added support for displaying Excel spreadsheets in the web pages. You can search or browse some examples.

Jeff's Ramblings

"My name is George. I'm unemployed and live with my parents."

One of the classic Seinfeld episodes is when George realizes that his base instincts are always wrong and that he should start doing the opposite of what he would normally do.
George Costanza Does The Opposite

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKUvKE3bQlY

As I am preparing to launch Geode Systems I've realized that I am doing the exact opposite of most of the advice about technology companies I've seen and been given. Through my own incompetences I've naturally not followed most of this advice but now I have an intellectual tool learned from the Costanza school that I can use to legitimize my contrarian ways (at least, assuming that we the collective are George and not me the individual)

I've been hiking a couple of times west of Carter Lake off of the Pole Hill Road in the north fork of the Little Thompson river. This is very rough country but there is some very cool geology.
December 17, 2014
December has been a great month for hiking. We had a bit of snow this past weekend. I've spent some time up west of Pinewood Springs. Its an interesting time of year to hike in this area as all of the Forest Service gates are closed and there's not many folks out and about.
November 30, 2014
Wow, the temperature dropped amazingly fast this morning. It went from 58 this morning to the current 21.

Weather change
November 30, 2014
I have spent a couple of days the last week hiking the drainages west of Gross Reservoir. You access this area from Magnolia road up Boulder canyon. There is a trailhead down Forsyth Gulch on County RD 68 and a gated road you can park off of Lazy Z road further west.
Search - Find - Discover
Find that powerpoint from last year's conference. Look up those budget figures. Share your extensive data holdings with your users. RAMADDA's powerful search facility allows you to easily discover and access all of your digital assets.

Visualize - Interact - Understand


Who's using RAMADDA?

NOAA's ESRL-PSD group uses RAMADDA to manage and provide access to extensive climate model data and rich content.
NOAA ESRL-PSD
OceanDrivers uses RAMADDA to provide cutting edge oceanographic data management services.
OceanDrivers
This site of course is a RAMADDA server.
ramadda.org
UNAVCO is using RAMADDA to manage Terrestrial LiDAR Scanning (TLS) data for over 40 field projects.
UNAVCO
The UNIDATA Program Center uses RAMADDA to provide access to meteorological case studies and real-time weather data and manage and support user community.
UNIDATA-UCAR
The Atmospheric Science department at the University of Albany uses RAMADDA to support their research and education mission.
University of Albany
The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami uses RAMADDA to manage and provide access to meteorological data and products.
Universtiy of Miami

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