4TU.Datacentrum offers the knowledge, experience and the tools to archive research data in a standardized, secure and well-documented manner.  It provides the research community with: a long-term archive for storing scientific research data, permanent access to, and tools for reuse of research data, advice and support on data management.
Allea is the federation of All European Academies. ALLEA’s policy work seeks to contribute to improving the framework conditions under which science and scholarship can excel.
BBMRI-NL is het samenwerkingsverband tussen biobanken in Nederland. BBMRI-NL is opgezet om de onderlinge samenwerking tussen biobanken, en daarmee wetenschappelijk onderzoek, te bevorderen. BBMRI-NL is het Nederlandse knooppunt binnen het Europese Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources Research Infrastructure (BBMRI-ERIC).
Sync and Exchange Research Data. B2DROP is a secure and trusted data exchange service for researchers and scientists to keep their research data synchronized and up-to-date and to exchange with other researchers.
B2FIND is the EUDAT metadata service allowing users to discover what kind of data is stored through the B2SAFE and B2SHARE services which collect a large number of datasets from various disciplines. EUDAT will also harvest metadata from communities that have stable metadata providers to create a comprehensive joint catalogue to help researchers find interesting data objects and collections.
B2SAFE is a robust, safe and highly available service which allows community and departmental repositories to implement data management policies on their research data across multiple administrative domains in a trustworthy manner.
A solution to:
• Provide an abstraction layer which virtualizes large-scale data resources
• Guard against data loss in long-term archiving and preservation
• Optimize access for users from different regions
• Bring data closer to powerful computers for compute-intensive analysis
B2SAFE features:
• based on the execution of auditable data policy rules and the use of persistent identifiers (PIDs)
• respects the rights of the data owners to define the access rights for their data and to decide how and when it is made publicly referenceable
• data policies are centrally managed via a Data Policy Manager, and the policy rules are implemented and enforced by site-local rule engines
• able to aggregate data from different disciplines into a storage system of trustworthy and capable data service providers
• support for repository packages (e.g. DSPACE, FEDORA) and a lightweight HTTP-based solution.
A user-friendly, secure, robust, reliable and trusted service to share and store your research data adding value to your research data by assigning Persistent Identifiers to ensure long-lasting access and reference. Deposit and release your data via the generic interface or select a community extension including specific metadata fields. Releasing your data implies that your deposited data can be referred to, therefore any changes should be reflected in new data uploads. Share your data with others in a safe and trusted environment. Do you belong to a scientific community? Brand and create your own community collection with specific metadata fields customized for your field.
B2STAGE is a reliable, efficient, light-weight and easy-to-use service to transfer research data sets between EUDAT storage resources and high-performance computing (HPC) workspaces.
The service allows users to:
• Transfer large data collections from EUDAT storage facilities to external HPC facilities for processing
• In conjunction with B2SAFE, replicate community data sets, ingesting them onto EUDAT storage resources for long-term preservation
• Ingest computation results into the EUDAT infrastructure
• Access data through a RESTful HTTP interface (in progress)
B2STAGE features:
• an extension of the B2SAFE and B2FIND services, which allow users to store, preserve and find data
• data-staging script facilitates staging, ingestion and retrieval of persistent identifier (PID) information of transferred data
• service available to all registered researchers and interested communities
• users negotiate access to remote HPC services in parallel
• collaboration with other infrastructures, such as the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) and Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE)
• documentation, educational material and service helpdesk available to support users.
Common Lab Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities is een infrastructuurprogramma voor de Geesteswetenschappen om massale hoeveelheden data in de vorm van tekst, gestructureerde gegevens, afbeeldingen en audiovisuele bestanden te kunnen gebruiken.
Naarmate meer en meer (multi-modale) archieven, kranten, tijdschriften en tekst-corpora in het algemeen, elektronisch beschikbaar komen, groeit de behoefte om spraak- en met name taaltechnologie te gebruiken voor het ontsluiten van deze enorme hoeveelheid gegevens. Zoeken naar "gelijksoortige" documenten, het detecteren van het "sentiment" van een tekstdocument, het selecteren van data die voldoen aan de criteria A, B en C, en het automatisch detecteren van "name entities" zijn typisch zaken die goed met de huidige taaltechnologie gedaan kunnen worden. Het is echter een enorme verspilling van energie wanneer iedere gebruiker of onderzoeker de bestaande technologie opnieuw voor zijn of haar project moet fine tunen, iets dat nu dikwijls moet omdat de zoektechnologie van Universiteit A nu niet geschikt is voor de data van organisatie B. Willen we bovendien niet alleen Nederlandstalige teksten gebruiken maar ook anderstalige teksten, dan wordt de hoeveel inspanning per project waarschijnlijk zo groot, dat het dikwijls de moeite niet meer waard is.
CLARIN beoogt hier iets aan te doen door het bronmateriaal in een internationaal geaccepteerde standaard om te zetten en door tools te ontwikkelen die met deze internationale standaarden kunnen omgaan. Doordat dit niet alleen in Nederland gedaan wordt maar in zoveel mogelijk Europese landen, zal er straks een infrastructuur komen waarmee geschiedenisonderzoekers uit Napels op dezelfde wijze in (CLARIN approved) archieven in Napels, Amsterdam en Helsinki kan zoeken als een taalkundeonderzoeker uit Amsterdam dat in tekstbestanden in Utrecht, Frankfurt en Madrid kan doen.
The DAMA Education and Research Foundation is the Research and Educational Affiliate of DAMA International is dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of data management through research, education, publications, promotion of standards, and other activities that enhance the practice of data management.
The 'Dark Archive' can store non-sensitive and sensitive data. General property of the service is that the data is not accessible (or findable) via the web.
Programma van de Nederlandse Federatie van Universitair Medische Centra om een gedeelde data infrastructuur voor biomedisch onderzoek te realiseren.
DataFirst is a data service dedicated to making South African and other African survey and administrative microdata available to researchers and policy analysts. We promote high quality research by providing the essential research infrastructure for discovering and accessing data and by developing skills among prospective users, particularly in South Africa.  We undertake research on the quality and usability of national data and encourage data usage and data sharing.
Initiatief van de Universiteit Leiden om een brede inventarisatie op de Research Data Management voorzieningen — breder dan alleen ICT en op lokaal, nationaal en internationaal niveau —uit te voeren en lacunes te identificeren.
The Dataverse is an open source web application to share, preserve, cite, explore and analyze research data. It facilitates making data available to others, and allows you to replicate others work. Researchers, data authors, publishers, data distributors, and affiliated institutions all receive appropriate credit. A Dataverse repository hosts multiple dataverses. Each dataverse contains datatset or other dataverses, and each dataset contains descriptive metadata and data files (including documentation and code that accompany the data).
Een model dat de locatie van de data en de daarmee samenhangende toegankelijkheid / mate van openbaarheid: privé, gedeeld, publiek in beeld brengt.
The Data FAIRport initiative is an open movement representing the research infrastructure and policy, publishing, the semantic web and life sciences research, with the aim to join and support existing communities that try to realise and enable a situation where valuable scentific data is ‘FAIR’ in the sense of being Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable.
Model voor de veranderingen die de data ondergaan (het ‘stadium’ of de aard van de datasets): van ruwe data tot data bij een publicatie.
Een model dat de te verrichten handelingen met de data (curation – preservation) presenteert.
Since 1993, CentERdata annually collects economic data via the DNB Household Survey. The purpose of this survey is to study the economic and psychological determinants of the saving behavior of households. The data are collected through the CentERpanel, which collects data every week on various topics.
The collection profile focuses on Dutch Ethnology and Language Variation as part of the national heritage of the Netherlands.
Tool to help write data management plans using templates that represent the requirements of different funders and institutions.
DataDryad.org is a curated general-purpose repository that makes the data underlying scientific publications discoverable, freely reusable, and citable. Dryad is an international repository of data underlying peer-reviewed scientific and medical literature, particularly data for which no specialized repository exists. The content is considered to be integral to the published research. All material in Dryad is associated with a scholarly publication.
Self deposit repository for data sharing, data analysis and medium-tem archiving.
DHD verzamelt, beheert en bewerkt data van ziekenhuizen en universitair medische centra. We geven die data vervolgens terug in de vorm van informatie. We zijn van en voor alle ziekenhuizen en universitair medische centra in Nederland. DHD is opgericht door de Nederlandse Vereniging van Ziekenhuizen (NVZ) en Nederlandse Federatie van Universitair Medische Centra (NFU). Dit omvat tevens een community van data experts om een duurzaam informatiestelsel in de zorg in Nederland te verwezenlijken. Deze community is in december 2014 opgestart en 25 organisaties nemen deel zoals CBS, CIZ, CAK, NZA, Nivel, Trimbos, Vektis, RIVM en DHD (Dutch Hospital Data). DHD verzamelt, beheert en bewerkt data van ziekenhuizen en universitair medische centra.
(DANS) EASY offers sustainable archiving of research data and access to thousands of datasets.
Het e-depot Nederlandse Archeologie (EDNA) is opgezet door DANS en de Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (RCE) om digitale onderzoeksbestanden van Nederlandse archeologen duurzaam te archiveren en beschikbaar te stellen. Zo blijven deze gegevens ook op de lange termijn toegankelijk en bruikbaar. Sinds 2007 zijn archeologen in Nederland formeel verplicht via DANS hun data te deponeren volgens de Kwaliteitsnorm Nederlandse Archeologie (KNA). De data worden opgeslagen in EASY, het online archiveringssysteem van DANS, en vooral gebruikt door archeologen, beleidsmakers, bedrijven en cultuurliefhebbers.
ELIXIR unites Europe’s leading life science organisations in managing and safeguarding the massive amounts of data being generated every day by publicly funded research. It is a pan-European research infrastructure for biological information.
Building a sustainable European infrastructure for biological information, supporting life science research and its translation to medicine, agriculture, bioindustries and society.
ELIXIR will provide the facilities necessary for life science researchers - from bench biologists to cheminformaticians - to make the most of our rapidly growing store of information about living systems, which is the foundation on which our understanding of life is built.
The EUDAT project was launched to target a pan-European solution to the challenge of data proliferation in Europe's scientific and research communities through the deployment of a Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI) driven by research communities needs.
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