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R and the benefit of low-cost solutions - democratic participation to face challenges in Earth science (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Michael Dietze 
Co-Conveners: Anette Eltner , Sebastian Kreutzer , Jan Henrik Blöthe , Oliver Korup , Carlos Castillo , Edzer Pebesma 
Session details
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / PICO spot 4
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Wednesday, 11 Apr 2018
PICO spot 4
Chairperson: Michael Dietze, Anette Eltner
08:30–08:32 PICO4.1
EGU2018-18955 | Presentation
A new interactive and user friendly R laboratory to explore and evaluate large ensembles of climate model simulations
Abdelkader Mezghani, Rasmus Benestad, Kajsa M. Parding, and Andreas Dobler
08:32–08:34 PICO4.2
ClimIndVis: an R package to generate climate indices products
Katrin Sedlmeier, Noemi Imfeld, Felix Maurer, Stefanie Gubler, Christoph Spirig, and Cornelia Schwierz
08:34–08:36 PICO4.3
EGU2018-7835 | Presentation
The CM SAF R Toolbox for NetCDF data preparation, analysis and visualization
Benjamin Würzler and Steffen Kothe
08:36–08:38 PICO4.4
sedproxy: an R package for forward modelling sediment archived climate proxies
Andrew Dolman and Thomas Laepple
08:38–08:40 PICO4.5
Finding appropriate model parameters for luminescence simulations: inverse modelling and model fitting with RLumModel
Johannes Friedrich, Sebastian Kreutzer, and Christoph Schmidt
08:40–08:42 PICO4.6
Luminescence dating and R: Largely automated scripts as tools for increasing the efficiency of luminescence data analysis
Thomas Kolb
08:42–08:44 PICO4.7
User-assisted processing of GC-MS data in R (withdrawn)
Johanna Menges, David Maas, Micha Dietze, and Dirk Sachse
08:44–08:46 PICO4.8
VEIN, EmissV and eixport R packages for multiscale emissions inventories
Sergio Ibarra-Espinosa, Daniel Schuch, Rita Ynoue, and Edmilson Freitas
08:46–08:48 PICO4.9
An R package for hybrid uncertainty analysis in natural and environmental risk assessments using probability, imprecise probability and possibility distributions
Jeremy Rohmer, Jean Charles Manceau, Dominique Guyonnet, Faïza Boulahya, and Didier Dubois
08:48–08:50 PICO4.10
Forecasting wildfire danger using ECMWF GEFF datasets and the caliver R package
Claudia Vitolo and Francesca Di Giuseppe
08:50–08:52 PICO4.11
The phenor R package for vegetation phenology modelling: An open source toolkit to facilitate model-data integration and promote scientific reproducibility
Koen Hufkens and Andew D. Richardson
08:52–08:54 PICO4.12
EGU2018-13037 | Presentation
3D visualization of simulated forest gap-dynamics
Jörg Steinkamp, Gitta Lasslop, Christian Werner, and Thomas Hickler
08:54–08:56 PICO4.13
R vector and raster data cubes for openEO
Edzer Pebesma, Marius Appel, and Florian Lahn
08:56–08:58 PICO4.14
EGU2018-8500 | Presentation
rocker/geospatial: a flexible runtime environment for geoscientific data analysis
Daniel Nüst, Carl Boettiger, and Dirk Eddelbuettel
08:58–09:00 PICO4.15
Open online self-study modules to learn R
Claudia Brauer, Paul Torfs, and Remko Uijlenhoet
Interactive presentations at PICO screens

Coffee break
Chairperson: Sebastian Kreutzer, Jan Blöthe
10:30–10:32 PICO4.1
Spatial uncertainty propagation analysis using ‘spup’ R package - a case study with a catchment scale water quality model (withdrawn)
Alemayehu Asfaw, Kasia Sawicka, Gerard Heuvelink, and James Shucksmith
10:32–10:34 PICO4.2
EGU2018-1386 | Presentation
Optimization of sky view factor calculations within R, considering parameter settings and computation time
Marieke Dirksen, Giuliano Andrea Pagani, and Raymond Sluiter
10:34–10:36 PICO4.3
Accessing Raster Data organized in Data Cubes via R using a Shiny App and the CubeR Package
Mattia Rossi, Daniel Frisinghelli, and Alexander Jacob
10:36–10:38 PICO4.4
Objectively Detecting Streamflow Response to Megathrust Earthquakes | Highlight
Oliver Korup, Christian Mohr, and Michael Manga
10:38–10:40 PICO4.5
Hyperspectral Data Analysis in R: The new hsdar-package
Lukas Lehnert, Hanna Meyer, and Jörg Bendix
10:40–10:42 PICO4.6
Robotic photosieving from low-cost sUAS: A proof-of-concept | Highlight
Patrice Carbonneau, Simone Bizzi, and Giulia Marchetti
10:42–10:44 PICO4.7
VolGIS: a new volcano-oriented GIS for multidisciplinary volcano analysis.
Roberto Guardo, Andres Colubri, Luca De Siena, and Carola Dreidemie
10:44–10:46 PICO4.8
Using thermal imagery as a low-cost approach to measure flow velocity and discharge
Anette Eltner, Dong Lin, and Jens Grundmann
10:46–10:48 PICO4.9
Light in the soil: fiber optic chemical sensing and its application in soil science
Matthew Partridge, Jacqueline Hannam, and Stephen James
10:48–10:50 PICO4.10
4onse: a modular open, non-conventional and low-cost weather station & monitoring system
Daniele Strigaro, Massimiliano Cannata, Milan Antonovic, Mirko Cardoso, and Marcus Hoffmann
10:50–10:52 PICO4.11
Development of GNSS LOwCOst receivers based monitoring array for landslides continuous monitoring
Marco Mulas, Paolo Formicola, and Alessandro Corsini
10:52–10:54 PICO4.12
Design of a low-cost and open-source sensor node for landslide monitoring oriented to IoT early warning system: a case of study in alpine areas
Abraham Mejia-Aguilar, Christian Kofler, Romy Schlögel, and Jean Van Campenhout
10:54–10:56 PICO4.13
Ruwai - an open hardware seismic data recorder
Stefan Mertl
10:56–10:58 PICO4.14
Development of integrated accelerographs using MEMS technology with efficient real- time data transmission and deployment of a collaborative seismic network. (withdrawn)
Eduardo Martín Agúndez, Eduardo Martín García, and José Benito Bravo Monge
10:58–11:00 PICO4.15
Low-cost seismic network in Nepali schools
Shiba Subedi, György Hetényi, and Anne Sauron
Interactive presentations at PICO screens