Researchers should cite this work as follows:
(2011), "Creating and Deploying Scientific Tools," http://hubzero.org/resources/381.
|Lecture Number/Topic||Online Lecture||Video||Lecture Notes||Supplemental Material||Suggested Exercises|
|Introducing the Rappture Toolkit||View||Notes||Slides Handout
|This talk provides an overview of Rappture and shows how to create tools in minutes by using the new Rappture builder.
|What's Under the Hood?||View||Notes||Slides Handout
|This talk shows how Rappture invokes your tool, passes in input values, and extracts output results. It takes a close look at the XML language that Rappture uses to describe your tool.
|More Rappture Objects||View||Notes||Slides Handout
|This talk shows how to create more complex arrangements of controls. Use the group object to group related input elements. Use the phase object to create separate panels of controls. Use the enabled …
|Advanced Visualization||View||Notes||Slides Handout
|This talk shows how to generate complex outputs and leverage Rappture's built-in visualization capabilities. Use mesh and field objects to create contour plots and surface plots. Use the structure …
|Regression Testing||View||Notes||Slides Handout
|This talk describes the new Rappture Regression Tester tool, which executes a series of tests that you define to verify the correct operation of your tool. Use this tool as you fix bugs and …
|Uploading and Publishing New Tools||View||Notes||Slides Handout
|This tutorial shows you exactly how to do publish a new tool, starting with the tool registration form, taking you through the process of uploading code into a Subversion repository, developing and …
|HUB2CAC to access Matlab clusters||View|
|Do you have a computationally intensive Matlab tool? HUB2CAC can
simplify the work needed so your tool can benefit from Matlab
clusters, in particular Cornell's CAC. With only a few items in …