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ACTIVATE data workshop webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Rod Allan
58:57
Kindly slow down a bit 🙂
Rod Allan
59:14
Kinda hard to work with multiple screens and tabs 🙂
Rod Allan
01:00:31
Perhaps right after insalling the colab
Rod Allan
01:00:41
installing
Aayan Zaki
01:11:56
Can you send the link of the slide
Joe Schlosser
01:12:23
https://asdc.larc.nasa.gov/news/activate-2022-data-webinar-materials
Aayan Zaki
01:17:40
can you send the link of the slides i got disconnected
Armin Sorooshian
01:17:49
https://asdc.larc.nasa.gov/news/activate-2022-data-webinar-materials
Armin Sorooshian
01:32:59
https://asdc.larc.nasa.gov/soot/power-user/ACTIVATE/2020
Rod Allan
01:41:16
So far so good... 🙂
Dexter Jay Gonzales
01:41:52
yeah, I can follow somehow, all good on my end
Shane Marie Visaga
01:57:30
done
BU_John Ruel Locaba
01:57:34
Done
Chino Acero
01:57:37
done
JEZLOR VILLARDE
01:57:40
done
Eddie Kim Caño
01:57:42
done
Hipe Ethan
01:57:42
Done
Joshua Domanais
01:57:45
done
Jake Lamac
01:57:48
done
Louie Jay Cabanig
01:57:49
done
Ma.Victoria Jesusa Naag
01:57:54
done
Elaica MALEKCHAN
01:58:02
done
Dexter Jay Gonzales
01:58:11
one file takes forever to be uploaded tho, internet here really is slow but I can follow
Rod Allan
01:58:27
file uploaded...
Rod Allan
01:58:48
I had to go back to the slides to make sure I got everything right... the slides are very useful
Armin Sorooshian
01:59:02
wonderful to get all this feedback. Thank you everyone
Armin Sorooshian
02:18:48
Particles typically range in size from a few nanometers (10^-9 m) to >100 micrometers, and they are made of many different types of species and so they are complicated and hard to study. depending on their size and composition, some of them can become cloud droplets and some can reflect or absorb light
Armin Sorooshian
02:22:52
If any has any feedback they can share about this webinar we would be happy to take it to see how we can modify/improve it for the future. feel free to chat it to us or email me (armin@arizona.edu).
Rod Allan
02:23:12
Question: What is NASA’s policy with regards to Intellectual Rights for research outputs that use NASA's data?
Armin Sorooshian
02:24:19
Great question. These are all public data and so the general policy is to contact the lead contacts for any instrument datasets you use so they are properly acknowledged.
Armin Sorooshian
02:24:54
but the goal is to encourage anyone to use these data and use them
Rod Allan
02:27:56
Thank you for the workshop. Really helpful and useful. Is it possible to request for a copy of the workshop (video)?
Joan Callope
02:28:27
Yes, we are part of CAMP2Ex
Joan Callope
02:29:07
It does
Armin Sorooshian
02:29:22
Yes Rod! i will share it with you and you can distribute to others
Rod Allan
02:31:07
On behalf of the GLOBE Program Philippines. Thank you for accommodating our request for a special workshop session for the Philippines... really thank you...
Joan Callope
02:32:26
Thank you very much Armin and Joe. I want to thank students and teachers from different schools.
Aayan Zaki
02:32:52
we need data far to si airplane or aircraft to land safly
Armin Sorooshian
02:34:36
I want to thank everyone who joined and stayed on the full 2 hours! now that we got to the point of making these visuals, it would be fun if you look more and gather questions and then feel free to reach out to me so we can chat more if you'd like!
Aayan Zaki
02:36:27
do we need data for airplane oraircraft to land
Aayan Zaki
02:38:51
thank you for this session it helps me alot
BU_John Ruel Locaba
02:39:40
Thank you for this workshop, Dr. Armin and Dr. Joe.