The JISC funded RDMRose project (June 2012-May 2013) was a collaboration between the libraries of the University of Leeds, Sheffield and York, with the Information School at Sheffield to provide an Open Educational Resource for information professionals on Research Data Management.
SEAD is an NSF-sponsored project to create data services designed to meet the needs of sustainability science research. Sustainability science requires reliable cyberinfrastructure and an enhanced ability to manage, integrate, interpret, share, curate, and preserve data across a broad range of physical and social science disciplines.
Research projects need more concrete guidance to analyze and assess the processes of RDM. The goal of this document is to present the first steps towards development of such a model, in the form of a Capability Maturity Model (CMM) for RDM.
UK Data Archive. This suite of web pages aims to provide data creators, data managers and data curators with best practice strategies and methods for creating, preparing and storing shareable datasets.
Oxford University. list of publications , conference presentations and other professional activities. Digital Repositories Research Co-ordinator, interested in how academic institutions can support researchers with their data management and curation. iassist member.
Going in, we had three basic requirements, 1) must be callable from a Rails-based web app, 2) must return responses to typical requests in real-time to the webapp (30 seconds was our target) and 3) must query against a dataset that was initially estimated at around 45 TB, but later came down to around 100 GB.
CLIO's SDS Controlled Vocabulary page for National Climatic Data Center's Archive Branch. It is the intent of this page to list acronyms, abbreviations, and controlled vocabulary you will find on NCDC's SDS website; and also to provide indexed links that will guide to all of the associated NCDC-SDS pages related to listed SDS and other controlled vocabularies.
Build sharable collections in iRODS from data distributed across file systems and tape archives. iRODS iCAT Metadata Catalog stores state information and descriptive metadata in a database, enabling search, management, controlling and tracking of all data access and manipulation. successor to SRB.
RCI offers UC San Diego researchers the computing, network, and human infrastructure needed to create, manage, and share data. Principal investigators are encouraged to use the campus's RCI in addressing federal sponsors' existing and new data management requirements. SDSC's favorable pricing can help researchers justify costs associated with data generation and management—costs that are increasingly included in proposal budgets.
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