The Dataverse Network will be teaming up with Stanford’s Public Knowledge Project (PKP) on a two-year project to make data-sharing and preservation an intrinsic part of the publication process. Funded by a $1 million Alfred P.
The SAFE-Archive system is an open-source system for TRAC auditing and policy-based automatic management of LOCKSS replication networks. With SAFE-archive you can: Analyze any LOCKSS network; check that collections are replicated, valid, and up-to-date; create formal replication policies; audit … Read more about SafeArchive
DataWeb is a joint public development effort being created by the U.S. Census and now directed by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Australian Bureau of Statistics for data networking and policy oriented data presentation. Read more about DataWeb
The Seamless Astronomy Group at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics brings together astronomers, computer scientists, information scientists, librarians and visualization experts involved in the development of tools and systems to study and enable the next generation of online … Read more about Seamless Astronomy
This is a pilot project to use the Dataverse Network for Astronomy data. A number astronomers from the Harvard- Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics are contributing their data to this project, and promoting data sharing and data citation among astronomers.
The Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS) is a voluntary partnership of organizations created to archive, catalog and preserve data used for social science research. Read more about Data-PASS