|Title||The H.A.R.C. Database and Visualization Utilities|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Authors||Katz, JD, Engelke, W, Frissell, NA|
|Conference Name||ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference|
|Conference Location||St. Louis, MO|
HamSCI’s goal is to construct a symbiotic relationship between the formal research community and the Amateur Radio community. To facilitate this transfer of knowledge HamSCI must pioneer technologies that allow scientists to easily obtain and understand Amateur Radio data. This task necessitates the creation of warehousing and visualization facilities that allow scientists to easily understand and make use of our data sets. We are currently testing a database and visualization toolkit designed to handle our existing 2 billion-record long QSO log. This data set represents a compiled version of data gathered by the Reverse Beacon Network, WSPRNet, and PSKReporter. Our goal is to build a robust, fast, and queryable front end to the massive, and currently underuti- lized, data sources created by Amateur Radio operators.