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I'd like to provide some visualizations to blog posts or wiki entries that are about numerical simulation techniques, but wasn't sure how to do it, until now. After looking around a little bit, I think that the google app engine is a possibility. Google offers free web hosting - up to a certain limit of traffic and data that we will never ever exhaust with Azimuth.
So, today I registered and uploaded the hello world application from the google web toolkit:
I think I could start with an interactive graphic for stochastic resonance.
The google app engine works with both Java and Python. Maybe the Python supports makes it easier to program visualizations of climate code that already has been translated from FORTRAN to Python.