The prototype library Daskernetes brings together Dask and Kuberenetes, allowing you to automatically create your own custom Dask cluster
Chatting to your IT infrastructure can be useful.
Massively parallel processing of large datasets using Iris.
Thoughts, tips and reflections from more exploration of distributed computation with dask and a scalable cluster.
Computer Weekly have published an article about how we are tackling our 'deluge of data'
Building a Dask cluster which autoscales based on workload using Kubernetes and AWS.
Using Dask + Iris to publish data, reducing the barrier of data discovery.
We explore AliCloud to test the waters with a major new player in the cloud computing space.
We won the Best Innovation in Technology Award at the Real IT Awards 2017!
Flexible and modular monitoring stacks for data collection, storage, alerting and visualisation.
Jupyter notebooks are not just for Data Scientists. Infrastructure Engineers should love them too.
We just moved ~80TB of data to S3 using an AWS Snowball. Here's how we found it.
Borrowing brain imaging tools to visualise the deadly Typhoon Koppu.
We gave a talk as part of the opening of the new ONS Data Science Campus
We're changing the way we deal with data
Learning step-by-step how the forecasts are made...
Failing with genetic algorithm Connect 4 bots but doing it quickly.
A Twitter bot that shares the weather through Unicode symbols
This year's MozFest was about more than science.
A busy week for the Ravensbourne design students
An analysis of technorhinos social media impact following the visit to the RAMM.
A brief overview of my background and what I got up to as a lab rat.
It's not just for self-driving cars.
We'd love to hear what you think about our new data analysis platform.
Thoughts on life as an intern in the lab a la 'Pass Notes'
AR sandpit Engagement tool development
Our new platform for analysing our really big data
Enter the tech game
The development of 'Ronnie' the technorhino!
Through the looking glass into functional programming
With some friends look out the window and each choose a weather symbol which represents what you see. Do you all agree?
Designing and developing ideas.
Working with Design Students from Plymouth University.
Combining UX and survey design
Can I crack the Enigma code with Go on a MacBook?
Join us in November at this international conference.
Met Office has been awarded!
The Informatics Lab’s app is coming
What happened …
A year on we continue to produce prototypes quickly by mixing disciplines, sharing knowledge and enabling access to Met Office data.
We need to have a conversation about how we handle big spatial data.
See our natural language prototype in action.
Container management on the cloud.
A symposium on interactive documentary.
We are excited to announce the Exeter event for NASA's Space Apps Challenge on the 23rd and 24th of April 2016.
A lot of people don't care about the weather...
Talking about the weather
We are closing our forum.
Out first day in a communal workspace in central Exeter
A fun project introducing key concepts of science, technology and design.
Demonstrating the capabilities of Docker with affordable components
See what we've learned
Find out what we've learnt in our first project
We learned, taught, collaborated and created with Mozilla and others
Are a student? Can think and code simultaneously? Want to make data useful?
We use video codecs to efficiently encode our 3D +time data
We built an application stack using Kubernetes, here are our thoughts
What's the point of the lab
Find out about the augmented reality sandpit we are building in the lab.
We're now using the same markup language as GOV.UK.
We've hit the half-way stage in our first project, so we thought we'd show you how far we've got.
Jacob has spent the last two days in London learning about how others use Amazon Web Services.
Lab School: Docker, held on the 24th of June 2015. A look at what docker is and how we are using it in the lab.
The last Thursday of each month will have Lab School. A hands on training session on the technologies we're working with.
We can now have discussions about the lab
Fly through the weather with your iPad
We've finally got a development version of 3D weather online
What we're working on for the front end
We got a group of interesting people together to help us with our user experience design.
We've reskinned the blog.
An overview of our 3D browser visualisation of high resolution weather forecast data.
but a lot of things are happening
Help to test our new weather visualisation application.
Find out about our first go at volume rendering using WebGL ray tracing.
The Lab is now open