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  1. Goolge and flu-Person getting the influenza vaccine via injection

    Google and the flu

    What if we could use the data from fevered searches for flu information on the Web, plus humidity observations, to help predict the course of an outbreak? If new research lives up to its promise, we’ll soon be able to do just that.

    • Data

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  2. Joan Starr addresses the UCAR workshop on data citation

    Don't forget the data

    The rapid growth in science journals has produced an avalanche of literature that keeps researchers scrambling to keep up. Underneath, there’s an even larger buildup of supporting data. Experts met at UCAR to consider best practices for citing this ever-growing pool of data.

    • Data

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  3. Group photo of Clara Deser, David Schneider, and Dennis Shea

    New help for navigating climate data

    The growing array of tools at the disposal of climate scientists doesn’t necessarily make life any easier for them. Each set of data has its idiosyncrasies, some of which aren’t evident at first glance.

    • Climate,
    • Data

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  4. UCAR Magazine

    Wind power wisdom

    There’s much more to wind energy than throwing a few turbines up and watching the blades spin and the cash roll in. NCAR and partners are adding rigor and efficiency to wind power prediction and resource assessment.

    • Data,
    • Weather

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  5. 500-millibar weather map from the 2011 Groundhog Day snowstorm

    Case study central

    Researchers looking for images to help analyze and illustrate critical weather events may 
find what they’re looking for at the NCAR-based Meteorological Case Study Selection Kit.

    • Data,
    • Weather

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