2008, 2011, 2007, English, Article, Conference paper edition: Supporting the eResearch lifecycle from acquisition through to annotation: the DART/ARCHER experience Treloar, Andrew

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  • Conference presentation
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  • 2008-05-13T06:23:12Z 2011-01-04T06:45:38Z 2011-02-23T01:30:49Z 28/​06/​2007
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Supporting the eResearch lifecycle from acquisition through to annotation: the DART/​ARCHER experience
Author
  • Treloar, Andrew
Published
  • 2008-05-13T06:23:12Z 2011-01-04T06:45:38Z 2011-02-23T01:30:49Z 28/​06/​2007
Physical Description
  • Conference presentation
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Summary
  • This presentation will look at the development of the Dataset Acquisition, Accessibility and Annotation e-Research Technologies (DART) project. This is a proof-of-concept collaboration space, designed to support the entire e-Research lifecycle. The presentation will look at the motivation behind DART, its achievements, and its transition into the ARCHER project. The presentation will also look at the relationship between collaboration environments and institutional publishing environments, based on the Monash experience with the ARROW and DART projects.
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  • English
Identifier
  • oai:openresearch-repository.anu.edu.au:1885/​46888

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