HUBzero® is an open source software platform for building powerful websites that host analytical tools, publish data, share resources, collaborate and build communities in a single web-based ecosystem. Initially created by researchers at Purdue University in conjunction with the NSF-sponsored Network for Computational Nanotechnology to support nanoHUB.org, the HUBzero® platform now supports over 60+ science gateways built from the HUBzero® platform with a collective of over 2 million visitors a year.
HUBzero® includes a powerful content management system built to support scientific activities. Members on a hub can write blog entries, participate in discussion groups, work together in projects, publish datasets and computational tools with digital object identifiers (DOIs), and make these publications available for others to use—not as dusty downloads, but as live, interactive digital resources. Simulation/modeling tools published on a hub can be accessed with the click of a button, running on cloud computing resources, campus clusters, and other national high-performance computing (HPC) facilities and serve up compelling visualizations.
HUBzero® can partner to help researchers:
Create datasets and interactive simulation tools using RStudio, Jupyter Notebooks, and other Web Applications
Publish research products including, datasets, tools, and white papers, through a step-by-step guided system
Provide spaces for your research teams and collaborators to discuss data concepts, track progress, and share files by using the services you already know, such as Google Drive, GitHub, or Dropbox