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The HDF Group logoThe HDF Group provides a unique suite of technologies and supporting services that make possible the management of large and complex data collections

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The purpose of the The HDF Group is to ensure the sustainable development of HDF (Hierarchical Data Format) technologies and the ongoing accessibility of HDF-stored data. This is important because of the government and public organizations that have mission-critical systems relying on HDF technologies. As illustrated in the following narrative, academe and a variety of other industry sectors also depend heavily on HDF technologies; however, the vast majority of HDF's core users and financial support come from the government sector.

The HDF Group is located in Champaign Illinois at the University of Illinois Research Park. The HDF Group consists of about 30 staff and students, not including open positions. The staff has diverse scientific and cultural backgrounds, and the average level of education and experience is quite high. The level of commitment is extraordinary; all employees have voluntarily opted to leave NCSA at the time of the spin-off, and remain with The HDF Group. Mission-centered, team-based leadership endeavors to maintain the highest ethical and professional standards while achieving sustainable advances in product research and development, technology support services, and business administration. Building and nurturing competent, diverse, committed and nimble teams is a key organizational objective.

HDF    Microsoft Windows platform   1 associated file extension

Applications for manipulating, viewing, and analyzing data in HDF format


HDFView    Microsoft Windows platform   4 file extension associations

A visual tool for browsing and editing HDF4 and HDF5 bitmap files


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