The Predictive Ecosystem Analyzer (PEcAn) is an integrated ecological bioinformatics toolbox (LeBauer et al, 2013) which consists of: 1) a scientific workflow system to manage the immense amounts of publicly-available environmental data and 2) a Bayesian data assimilation system to synthesize this information within state-of-the-art ecosystems models. This project is motivated by the fact that many of the most pressing questions about global change are not necessarily limited by the need to collect new data as much as by our ability to synthesize existing data. This project seeks to improve this ability by developing a framework for integrating multiple data sources in a sensible manner.


Michael Dietze, Tony Gardella, Rob Kooper, David LeBauer, Kenton McHenry
Elizabeth Cowdery, Ankur Desai, Michael Dietze, Tony Gardella, David LeBauer, Joshua Mantooth, Eugene Roeder, Alexey Shiklomanov, James Simkins
Edgar F. Black, Wenxue Zhang


Active : This project is supported and actively developed. Confluence, JIRA and source code are available, and we will be able to assist if you have any questions. Any issues reported will be checked and fixed as quickly as possible.