CJ Grady

CJ Grady

Programmer II
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CJ Grady is a software engineer interested in web services, parallel computing, and metadata standards.

Publications: 

Grady, C.J., X. Li and A.T. Peterson. 2014. Delineating Sea Level Rise Inundation Using a Graph Traversal Algorithm. Marine Geodesy. Accepted (Spring 2014).

Cavner, J.A., A.M. Stewart, C.J. Grady and J.H.Beach, 2012.  An Innovative Web Processing Services based GIS Architecture for Global Biogeographic Analyses of Species Distributions.  OSGeo Journal 10: 15-25.

Grady, C.J., J.H. Beach, J.A. Cavner and A.M. Stewart (2011).  Lifemapper, VisTrails and EML: Documented, Re-executable Species Distribution Models.  In: Proceedings of the Environmental Information Management Conference, 2011 (EIM 2011), M.B. Jones and C. Gries, eds, Santa Barbara, CA, 28-29 September, 2011. [URL: https://eim.ecoinformatics.org/eim2011/eim-proceedings-2011]

Stewart, A.M, J.H. Beach, C.J. Grady and J.A. Cavner (2011).  Lifemapper: Infrastructure and Services for Biodiversity Science.  In: Proceedings of the Environmental Information Management Conference, 2011 (EIM 2011), M.B. Jones and C. Gries, eds, Santa Barbara, CA, 28-29 September, 2011. [URL: https://eim.ecoinformatics.org/eim2011/eim-proceedings-2011]

Education: 

             BS Computer Science – University of Kansas – 2006

             MS Geography (GIS) – University of Kansas – expected Fall 2014

Blog Posts: 

Friday, February 4, 2011
CJ Grady


We have combined Lifemapper and VisTrails software to create an intuitive and powerful new way to analyze species distributions. Lifemapper is our NSF funded species distribution mapping and modeling initiative. VisTrails is a scientific workflow management system developed by the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute at the University of Utah.