Johns Hopkins Turbulence Databases

Instructions to access via Web services interface


Access to the JHU Turbulence Database Cluster is possible through Web Services. We have provided instuctions and example code for using the service with several popular languages, but one should be able to get it working with any language supporting Web Services. Click here for an access authorization token.

C and Fortran

We provide C and Fortran interfaces for using the gSOAP library. This code has been tested under Mac OS X and Linux.


We provide a Matlab interface for using the gSOAP Web Services. This code has been tested under newer Matlab installations running on Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows.


We provide a Python interface for using the gSOAP Web Services. This code can be used in SciServer or local computers.

.NET (C#, VB.NET, C++.NET)

Visual Studio will automatically generate the stubs for calling Web Services.


The WSDL for our service is:
Example XML requests and responses can be found here.

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