All IMOS data can be discovered, accessed and downloaded via the AODN Portal. There is a wide range of marine data types available in a variety of formats.
In order to make specialised data more usable to a wider audience, the AODN staff and IMOS Facilities have developed a number of data tools to aid data discovery and access, visualisation and analysis of IMOS data.
AODN staff have begun compiling a user code library, aimed at helping new users get started, and offering examples of IMOS data use within some popular environments (to date, MATLAB, R and Python). It provides ready to go code solutions for importing and visualising data, and shows how to access useful metadata information.
For more information on the tools and applications visit the Portal User Guide.
The AODN Maintains a list of useful links to organisations and/or websites that can provide more information specific to data tools, national/international collaborators or related infrastructure.
For more information on contributing to the AODN see the Portal User Guide - Contributing Data Section.