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UncertWeb utility software

The UncertWeb project is developing a range of utilities to help users employ and deploy the UncertWeb framework. Most of these remain in development, but preliminary versions are available. We do not recommend their use in production software at this point, since they are constantly changing.

UncertWeb Java API

This is ongoing work that will integrate the UncertML, O&M; and NetCDF Java API’s to provide a core tool to support the use of the information models used within UncertWeb. Coming soon.

UncertML Java API

The UncertML Java API permits reading and writing of UncertML in both XML and JSON encodings. In future it will be extended to support a range of processing of uncertain objects. The UncertML API will be made publically available in May 2011.

O&M; Profiles Java API

In UncertWeb, the O&M; 2.0 format, a data model and encoding for observation data defined by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), is used to encode vector-based model in- and outputs with spatial and/or temporal support. As O&M; is a general model and thus is quite generic, we have defined a “profile”, a subset of encodings defined in O&M; 2.0 which is supported in our project and by the tools we develop. See the wiki page for more information.

The O&M; profiles API is a lightweight and easy-to-use Java implementation of the profile which can be used to encode and parse data encoded in our O&M; format. It can be used by all applications which are using or creating data encoded as O&M; and is extensible so that the API can also be used as a basis for the implementation of further O&M; 2.0 types. The implementation is published as Open Source under GPL license and the current version of the API can be accessed from the SVN repository.

jStat JavaScript library

jStat is a statistical library written in JavaScript that allows you to perform advanced statistical operations without the need of a dedicated statistical language (i.e. MATLAB or R). Developed within UncertWeb to support the Elicitator and the visualisation tools it provides support for manipulation of basic distributions, and is constantly being extended.

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The UncertWeb project has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° [248488].