Spatial data visualisation example

This is an illustration of the flexible and easy way to include Carbon Portal visualizations in your own website.

When you query the Carbon Portal, either through the open Sparql endpoint or the data search portal you get a reference to the available data object through a PID,  a so called persistent identifier (can be a doi as well).

In the ICOS Carbon Portal search portal you can preview the data, and this works for time series as well as spatial data. This preview, inclusive all your changes to the view can be stored in a URL, which you can copy from the preview with one simple click. You can bookmark this URL for later viewing, or add this URL to your own website, using for example an iframe.

This way you can add a (set of) interactive map(s) or graphs to your website very easily. You can also add the link to the download of the actual data object, while preserving the usage count and license checking by ICOS.

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In the below maps you see the prior and optimized net ecosystem fluxes for August of the year 2004 according to the MACC global inversion model, one of the three models used for the Global Carbon Project analysis of the global carbon budget for the year 2015.