Publication Details

Reference Category Book chapters
DOI / URL link
Title (Primary) Data integration and visualisation (Appendix A, A.4)
Title (Secondary) Thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical processes in fractured porous media: Modelling and benchmarking. From benchmarking to tutoring
Author Rink, K.; Helbig, C.; Bilke, L.;
Publisher Kolditz, O.; Nagel, T.; Shao, H.; Wang, W.; Bauer, S.;
Journal Terrestrial Environmental Sciences
Year 2018
Department ENVINF;
Language englisch;
POF III (all) T53;
Abstract In order to cope with increasing amounts of heterogeneous data from various sources,
workflows combining data integration and data analytics methods become more and
more important. Therefore, data integration and visual data analysis are important
elements within the OpenGeoSys workflow concept. Figure A.2 shows a generic
workflow for scientific visualisation of environmental data including categories and
examples for functionality.
Some general challenges for data integration and visual data analysis for the field
of environmental science are summarized in the following list and described in detail
in Helbig et al. (2015):
• Multifaceted data: High dimensional parameter spaces
• Multimodal data: Correlation of observation and simulation
• Incorporation of multiple scales: Catchment scale vs sewage network
ID 22667
Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=22667
Rink, K., Helbig, C., Bilke, L. (2018):
Data integration and visualisation (Appendix A, A.4)
In: Kolditz, O., Nagel, T., Shao, H., Wang, W., Bauer, S. (eds.)
Thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical processes in fractured porous media: Modelling and benchmarking. From benchmarking to tutoring
Terrestrial Environmental Sciences
Springer Nature, Cham, p. 277 - 281