"Rendering this grid in the traditional way is not trivial – it would take longer to render the result than run the model each time I wanted to find errors. I approached NeSI and we started talking about visualisation."
“By understanding the abundance and distribution of different marine mammals in New Zealand, we can inform conservation policy, management of marine resources, licensing for offshore activity and create better environmental impact assessments.”
"We contacted NeSI because we were going from trying to assemble 100,000 individual 150 nucleotide base sequences, to trying to assemble 1.4 billion. We were having computational issues with memory, but also time."
"It’s been helpful to have routines optimised through NeSI assistance... it’s easier for students and researchers to put their data into the model, experiment with the governing parameters, and then observe what comes out of it."