The HDF Group engages in a variety of open and non-disclosure
projects with companies, national laboratories, and research
organizations, as well as in-house projects. A subset of projects
demonstrating the breadth of our activities is highlighted below.
- NASA Earth Science Data and Information
System (October 2015 to present)
The HDF Group provides high quality support and services for the use of HDF software and related technologies to the NASA Earth Science Data and Information System (ESDIS) project and the Earth Observing System (EOS) mission.
The BioHDF project is a collaborative effort to develop portable, scalable, next-generation sequencing (NGS) data storage technologies in HDF5.
HDF5 has many potential applications in the growing field of bioinformatics.
- HDF Compass
HDF Compass is a new viewer for HDF5 and related formats.
- HDF Server
HDF Server is a Python-based web service that can be used to send and receive HDF5 data using an HTTP-based REST interface.
- HDF5 and .NET
A complete set of Platform Invoke (P/Invoke) declarations for HDF5.
- HDF4 Mapping
XML schema and tools for reading HDF4 files without relying on the HDF4 library.
- NCSA Systems
The HDF Group supports HDF4 and HDF5 on some of NCSA's high end systems.
PSH5X is a Windows PowerShell module for HDF5.
PyHexad is a Python-based Excel add-in for HDF5 that can be used to read or write data in HDF5 files from Microsoft Excel on Windows.
Concurrent Read/Write File Access
The European synchrotron particle accelerator community and The HDF Group have been working together to develop the capability for multiple reader processes to read from an HDF5 file while another process writes to the file.
- Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS)
NOAA and NASA rely on software from The HDF Group to archive satellite data from the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) and to make the data easier to study.
- - Last modified: 31 January 2017