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Buoy is a library for creating user interfaces in Java programs. It is built on top of Swing, but provides completely new classes to represent UI components. Its advantages include a simpler API, a more powerful event handling mechanism, and much more.
Balise is a visual Java GUI Builder based on/aimed at the Buoy Toolkit (See buoy.sourceforge.net). The GUI definition is stored in a Buoy XML definition file that can be loaded at run time. The design process is entirely graphical.
Lately (September 2006) I've been wondering if the below xml rss type feeds might be more suitable to simple sharing of latest observation data from platforms. ObsRSS is shorthand for Observations RSS.A common concern is collecting latest observations in near real-time from various platforms and many different entities are trying both to provide and consume these latest data via both the usual http/ascii/xml type feeds and web services/SOAP/REST type feeds.In addition to a more complex query bas
OpenSeaMap's goal is to add nautical and tourism information a sailor could be interested in to OSM (OpenStreetMap) and to present it in a pleasing way. Those include beacons, buoys and other seamark and port information.
This module contains a translation of the original AIR_SEA toolbox for Matlab. It calculate surface wind stress and heat flux components from buoy and shipboard atmospheric and near-surface oceanographic time series measurements. The main requirement is Numpy, some functions might need the seawater package and/or Scipy. The current version is an alpha release 0.0.1a. Soon to be posted at Pypi. For more information see: http://packages.python.org/airsea/
This model is intended to develop a capability to model energy harvesting buoy on surface waves in the ocean. It should be extended to 3D. It uses a two phase flow model developed by Mark Sussman for water and air, and a rigid body interaction model developed by Jessica Sanders
The goal of this project is to establish a functional basis for the SECOORA RCOOS by integrating existing assets and observations specific to the development of wave and water quality products in the Carolinas coastal region. This effort incorporates observational data collected by a wide spectrum of Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA) members and state and federal agencies including: Carolinas Coastal Ocean Observing and Prediction System (Caro- COOPS), Coastal Ocea