[seek-dev] Some Kepler/Ptolemy Sampling Workflows

Dan Higgins higgins at nceas.ucsb.edu
Mon Jun 7 10:43:40 PDT 2004

Hi Again,

    The previous message in this thread had 2 sampling workflows 
attached. Those workflows were created using Ptolemy 4.0Beta. It turns 
out that the current version of Kepler is based on Ptolemy 3 and that 
the layout of Beta4 workflows does not show up correctly in version 3.0. 
I have thus re-created these samples in version 3.0 and checked them 
into the workflow/eco directory of the Kepler CVS module (with Chad's help).

Sample workflow screens:


> Dan Higgins wrote:

> Hi All,
>    After our IRC discussion on Friday, I built a couple of workflows 
> for subsampling from a dataset using existing Ptolemy actors. One is a 
> random subsample from an input vector and the other is a sequential 
> subsampler (every nth value). These could be turned into composite 
> actors, but for now they are probably best considered as samples of 
> what can be done by combining lower level existing actors. The MOML 
> files for these workflows are attached.
> Comments appreciated
> Dan

Dan Higgins                                  higgins at nceas.ucsb.edu
http://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/    Ph: 805-892-2531
National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) 
735 State Street - Room 205
Santa Barbara, CA 93195

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