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Modern seismologists are presented with increasing amounts of data that may help them better understand the Earth's structure and systems. However: 1) they have to access these data from globally distributed sites via different transfer protocols and security mechanisms; 2) to analyse these data they need to access remote powerful computing facilities; 3) their experiments result in yet more data that need to be shared with scientific communities around the world.
Across Europe there are a large number of rock deformation laboratories, each which runs many experiments. Similarly
there are a large number of theoretical rock physicists who develop constitutive and computational models
both for rock deformation and changes in geophysical properties. Here we consider how to open up opportunities
for sharing experimental data in a way that is integrated with multiple hypothesis testing. We present a prototype