Altair e update released

The latest version of SciServer, known as Altair e, is now available! This update marks the first wide public release of SkyQuery, a web site and service to perform sophisticated Bayesian cross-matching among a variety of astronomical datasets and/or user-uploaded data. Please read our Releases & Updates page for information about what was included in … Continued

IPython Creator Fernando Perez Speaks

On Friday, October 7th, 2016, IPython creator Fernando Pérez spoke at Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for Data-Intensive Engineering and Science (IDIES), the organization that hosts and develops SciServer. Pérez’s talk is titled “Interactive Computing and Data Science with the Jupyter Platform.” A recording of the talk is available on the Events page of the IDIES … Continued

Altair d update released

Our SciServer Altair d update was released on Tuesday, September 6, 2016. This update to SciServer Altair includes various bugfixes and improvements to SkyServer and CasJobs, as well as adding a new Python image that includes development tools into SciServer Compute. Please read our Releases & Updates page for information about what was included in … Continued

Altair c update released

The SciServer Altair c update was released on Friday, July 29, 2016. This update to SciServer Altair includes updates to SkyServer and CasJobs to support the Sloan Digital Sky Survey’s newest data in Data Release 13 (DR13). It also includes updates to the SkyServer, CasJobs, the Explore Tool, and Compute. Please read our Releases & … Continued

Altair b update released

The latest update to SciServer, Altair b, was released on Monday, June 13, 2016. This release includes SciServer Compute, our Jupyter Notebooks web app for data analysis close to the large datasets SciServer hosts. Please read our Releases & Updates page for information about what was included in this update. For more information on how … Continued

Altair a update released

We released the first update for SciServer Altair yesterday, Friday May 20th. The new update, called Altair a, includes MyScratch and the ability to download files from your CasJobs MyDB to SciDrive. For more info about all releases and updates, please visit our Updates page. For more information about how to use SciServer tools and … Continued

Welcome to SciServer Altair

SciServer is happy to announce the release of SciServer Altair (1.0). This initial release of the SciServer system includes updates to SkyServer and CasJobs, and adds two new features: SciDrive and the Single Sign-on Login Portal. For more information, please about this update, please visit our Updates page.

Our First Workshop

At SciServer we will be holding our first workshop, The SciServer Compute Workshop, on April 27 to introduce our upcoming Compute WebApp. This event will mark our first workshop, as well as the first time we introduce SciServer Compute to users. SciServer Compute Workshop Detailed Agenda

New Features Coming Soon!

We are excited to announce the first release of the new SciServer science framework, coming in Spring 2016. Our new system will bring a number of improvements to the existing SkyServer and CasJobs sites. Read more about the impending changes. What’s New? With SciServer, both SkyServer  and CasJobs  are about to receive major upgrades. The … Continued