Geode Systems RAMADDA

Welcome to RAMADDA

Content, Information, and Data Management

Keep track of all of your digital stuff with RAMADDA — from documents and photos to lists and blogs to interactive wikis, business knowledge management and data integration dashboards.

Easy to install, configure and maintain, RAMADDA provides the flexibility and control you need to manage your content and data - all under one comprehensive and extensible platform. We think RAMADDA is pretty useful and hope that you do too.
RAMADDA version 2.1b has just been released.

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We here at Geode Systems like to eat our own dogfood. This site is one large RAMADDA repository and all of the pages are displayed with RAMADDA's built-in wiki facility.

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Create, Organize, and Share
Home page
Whether you work in a lab, in the field, or in an office, your team is probably drowning in a sea of documents, information and data. RAMADDA helps you organize your digital assets and provides deep support for managing, analyzing, and visualizing almost any type of data.


As an exercise we harvested and imported the project and dataset metadata from the NSF funded AON-Acadis project. We put this up on a new Amazon AWS server -
May 17, 2015
We're working integrating RAMADDA and Slack ( Slack is a team communication platform that has a very nice API for integration with external services. You can
  • Navigate around your RAMADDA content right from Slack
  • Import files and view and chart data.
  • Create wiki pages and blog posts from Slack
  • On the RAMADDA side you can import your Slack Teams, Channels and Messages and display them in lots of different ways.

Read more about RAMADDA and Slack integration

April 9, 2015
We've released RAMADDA 2.0. This represents a major step in RAMADDA development with a new shareware/commercial license.

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December 17, 2014
We've just released RAMADDA version 1.7. There are lots of new services, bug fixes, new entry types and display capabilities.

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November 24, 2014
Working on the recent effort to support tabular data from spreadsheets we now support the ability to integrate and display data from external databases.

Examples here

Jeff's Ramblings

June 28, 2015
There are lots of gulches called Spruce Gulch but this one is north of Pinewood Springs. It is one of the roughest stretches of hiking just about anywhere. The gulch has no trail and probably sees 1 person a year if that.

May 28, 2015
Just testing out integrating charts of live data in a blog post. See below for more.

attending a couple of sessions - million cups and house of genius not sure about this whole thing - probably gotta get out hiking
May 8, 2015
It is Laura's graduation from CU this week. She has a dual major - Integrative Physiology & Psychology. She is applying to med schools this summer
I road tripped with my brother out to his place in Bullhead City AZ. We had a fun air/sea/land day. We flew in his plane out to the Grand Canyon, went jet-skiiing 30 miles on the Colorado River and rode ATVs up into the desert behind his place. Pictures below the fold


The Software

You can run RAMADDA in the office or in the cloud — even on your laptop. RAMADDA is released under a shareware and commercial license. It is free to use for the non-profit sector.

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Never Lose Another Piece of Information
Find that powerpoint from last year's conference. Look up those budget figures. Share your extensive data holdings with your users. RAMADDA's powerful search facility allows you to easily discover and access all of your digital assets.

Who is Using RAMADDA?

NOAA's ESRL-PSD group uses RAMADDA to manage and provide access to extensive climate model data and rich content.
OceanDrivers uses RAMADDA to provide cutting edge oceanographic data management services.
This site of course is a RAMADDA server.
UNAVCO is using RAMADDA to manage Terrestrial LiDAR Scanning (TLS) data for over 40 field projects.
The UNIDATA Program Center uses RAMADDA to provide access to meteorological case studies and real-time weather data and manage and support user community.
The Atmospheric Science department at the University of Albany uses RAMADDA to support their research and education mission.
University of Albany
The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami uses RAMADDA to manage and provide access to meteorological data and products.
Universtiy of Miami

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