PaleoDataView (PDV) is an open-source software tool for the management and maintenance of larger paleoceanographic data sets. The toolbox is currently developed by Michael Langner and Stefan Mulitza and funded through the German PalMod Project.
Please send your bug reports or other comments you may have to smulitza(at)marum.de
The current version of PDV provides
- tools for the import and export of proxy data from/to Excel and text files,
- an import helper for text files downloaded from Pangaea,
- a zoomable map interface to quickly explore the availability of data in specific regions in the main window,
- calibration of radiocarbon dates against IntCal13 (Reimer et al., 2013), taking custom or modelled (Butzin et al., 2017) reservoir ages into account,
- visual alignment against standard reference curves (i.e. Lisiecki and Stern, 2016),
- a map interface for the fast visualization modern ocean atlas values for core sites and the global ocean
- a direct interface to BACON Age modelling (Blaauw and Christen, 2011).
Mulitza, S. and Langner, M. (2022) Harmonizing foraminiferal proxy data: implications for deglacial changes in global mean sea surface temperature and ocean circulation. PAGES-OC3 Webinar, May 11, 2022.
Mulitza, S. and Langner, M. (2022) Harmonizing foraminiferal proxy data: implications for deglacial changes in global mean sea surface temperature and d18O. Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Climate-Geochemistry Departmental Seminar, March 7, 2022.
Mulitza, S. and Langner, M. (2021) Deglacial evolution of foraminiferal d18O: implications for changes in global mean sea surface temperature. PalMod Seminar, November 5, 2021.
Mulitza, S. and Langner, M. (2021) Streamlining the compilation of paleoceanographic data: A tour of PaleoDataView. Seminar GEOMAR, July 29, 2021.
Mulitza S, Bickert T, Bostock HC, Chiessi CM, Donner B, Govin A, Harada N, Huang E, Johnstone H, Kuhnert H, Langner M, Lamy F, Lembke-Jene L, Lisiecki L, Lynch-Stieglitz J, Max L, Mohtadi M, Mollenhauer G, Muglia J, Nürnberg D, Paul A, Rühlemann C, Repschläger J, Saraswat R, Schmittner A, Sikes EL, Spielhagen RF, Tiedemann R (2021) World Atlas of late Quaternary Foraminiferal Oxygen and Carbon Isotope Ratios, Earth Syst. Sci. Data Discuss., https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2021-337, accepted
Jonkers, L., Cartapanis, O., Langner, M., McKay, N., Mulitza, S., Strack, A., Kucera, M. (2020) Integrating palaeoclimate time series with rich metadata for uncertainty modelling: strategy and documentation of the PalMod 130k marine palaeoclimate data synthesis, Earth Syst. Sci. Data 12, 1052-1081
Langner, M. and Mulitza, S. (2019) Technical Note: PaleoDataView – A software toolbox for the collection, homogenization and visualization of marine proxy data, Clim. Past 15, 2067–2072, https://doi.org/10.5194/cp-15-2067-2019.
Langner, M. and Mulitza, S. (2019) PaleoDataView - Current state and future plans. Geo-Seminar, AWI Bremerhaven, March 3, 2019
Langner, M. and Mulitza, S. (2018) A stand-alone software toolbox for the collection, homogenization and visualization of marine proxy data. PalMod International Open Science Conference, Tech Gate Vienna, 6-8 April 2018
Mulitza, S. and Langner M. (2018) PaleoDataView - Current state and future plans. IPODS-OC3 workshop, Cambridge, UK, 6-9 September 2018
-to install a PDV collection from an external source (i.e. PANGAEA), copy the main collection folder to the "PaleoDataView" data folder under "Applications" (Mac) or "Documents" (Windows) and select the collection folder in PDV under Menu->Data->Change Collection->Change Working Directory
-Mac-users: Ensure that you have full writing and reading rights on the “PaleoDataView” folders and the files it contains, otherwise PDV or parts of it might not work properly
-Mac users: We strongly recomment to delete older version before installation of a new version.
-Version 0.9.5.25 includes the World Atlas of late Quaternary Foraminiferal Oxygen and Carbon Isotope Ratios (please cite the original sources when using the data)