About the NOAA Fisheries Toolbox

 

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What is the NOAA Fisheries Toolbox?

  

General Information

 

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Having the calculation engine separate from the user interface is useful in a number of ways. Model development is enhanced by allowing the developer to use whatever tools or programming languages best fit the problem. In addition, graphic interfaces can be designed to have a consistent look and feel across the spectrum of Toolbox programs while at the same time allowing enough flexibility to handle data manipulation and display in the most efficient manner. For further details and more in-depth technical information, go to our page describing the Toolbox Design

 

Graphic Interface Features

 

 

 

  

 

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Who We Are

 

The NOAA Fisheries Toolbox is directed by NOAA Fisheries' Office of Science and Technology. A committee consisting of representatives from each Science Center provides oversight. The Toolbox's principal programmers are located at the Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 

 

For related information please see the Office of Science and Technology's description of NOAA Fisheries’ Stock Assessment Program.

 

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NOAA Fisheries Toolbox Version 3.1

website last modified May 16, 2016