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The web service correspSearch aggregates metadata of letters from printed and digital scholarly editions and publications. It offers the aggregated correspondence metadata both via a feature-rich interface and via an API. The letter metadata are provided by scholarly projects of different institutions in a standardised, TEI-XML-based exchange format and and by using IDs from authority files (GeoNames, GND, VIAF etc.). The web service itself does not set a spatial or temporal collection focus. Currently, the time frame of the aggregated correspondence data ranges from 1500 to the 20th century.
The goal of the Signaling Pathways Project knowledgebase is to allow bench researchers to routinely ask sophisticated questions of the universe of multi-omics data points generated by the cellular signaling community. SPP is dedicated to helping researchers to make sense of the often overwhelming volume of multi-omics information in the field of cellular signaling.
Reference anatomies of the brain and corresponding atlases play a central role in experimental neuroimaging workflows and are the foundation for reporting standardized results. The choice of such references —i.e., templates— and atlases is one relevant source of methodological variability across studies, which has recently been brought to attention as an important challenge to reproducibility in neuroscience. TemplateFlow is a publicly available framework for human and nonhuman brain models. The framework combines an open database with software for access, management, and vetting, allowing scientists to distribute their resources under FAIR —findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable— principles. TemplateFlow supports a multifaceted insight into brains across species, and enables multiverse analyses testing whether results generalize across standard references, scales, and in the long term, species, thereby contributing to increasing the reliability of neuroimaging results.
The International Soil Carbon Network (ISCN) is a science-based network that facilitates data sharing, assembles databases, identifies gaps in data coverage, and enables spatially explicit assessments of soil carbon in context of landscape, climate, land use, and biotic variables. The ISCN Database is an evolving data resource. Because it is too large to present in one file, it is available as a set of documents, reports, and tables; because it changes over time, it is important to note the version date stamped in the upper-left corner of any dataset that you access.
The objective of the PDRC is to construct and collect a well-designed and large-scale panel data set and provide rigorous empirical studies based on these data sets. The data will enable us (i) to provide international comparisons and fact-findings on the household income changes, social mobility, changes in employment status and the investment activities; (ii) to verify the hypotheses related to the dynamics of economic behavior derived from economic theory; and (iii) to evaluate important policy changes in the tax system and social security program, which might have lagged effects.
The US BRAIN Initiative archive for publishing and sharing neurophysiology data including electrophysiology, optophysiology, and behavioral time-series, and images from immunostaining experiments.
Addis Ababa University Research Data Repository holds multi disciplinary datasets produced by members of the university.
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The future of tropical forests matter to future climate. NGEE-Tropics is advancing model predictions of tropical forest carbon cycle responses to a changing climate over the 21st Century.
The NREL Data Catalog is where descriptive information (i.e., metadata) is maintained about public data resulting from federally funded research conducted by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) researchers and analysts. Our Goal: Making Federally Funded Data Publicly Available NREL's mission is to develop clean energy and energy efficiency technologies and practices, advance related science and engineering, and provide knowledge and innovations to integrate energy systems at all scales. The NREL Data Catalog helps accomplish this by ensuring the data behind the science and engineering are well-documented and useful to the scientific community at large.
Scholar@UC enables the UC community to share research and scholarly works with a worldwide audience. The University of Cincinnati Libraries and IT@UC, with support from the Office of Research, are partnering to support Scholar@UC.
Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) is a new approach to conceptualizing and measuring democracy. We provide a multidimensional and disaggregated dataset that reflects the complexity of the concept of democracy as a system of rule that goes beyond the simple presence of elections. The V-Dem project distinguishes between five high-level principles of democracy: electoral, liberal, participatory, deliberative, and egalitarian, and collects data to measure these principles.
Discovery is the digital repository of research, and related activities, undertaken at the University of Dundee. The content held in Discovery is varied and ranges from traditional research outputs such as peer-reviewed articles and conference papers, books, chapters and post-graduate research theses and data to records for artefacts, exhibitions, multimedia and software. Where possible Discovery provides full-text access to a version of the research. Discovery is the data catalogue for datasets resulting from research undertaken at the University of Dundee and in some instances the publisher of research data.
The purpose of the Dataset Catalogue is to enhance discovery of GNS Science datasets. At a minimum, users will be able to determine whether a dataset on a specific topic exists and then whether it pertains to a specific place and/or a specific date or period. Some datasets include a web link to an online resource. In addition, contact details are provided for the custodian of each dataset as well as conditions of use.
ArkeoGIS is a unified scientific data publishing platform. It is a multilingual Geographic Information System (GIS), initially developed in order to mutualize archaeological and paleoenvironmental data of the Rhine Valley. Today, it allows the pooling of spatialized scientific data concerning the past, from prehistory to the present day. The databases come from the work of institutional researchers, doctoral students, master students, private companies and archaeological services. They are stored on the TGIR Huma-Num service grid and archived as part of the Huma-Num/CINES long-term archiving service. Because of their sensitive nature, which could lead to the looting of archaeological deposits, access to the tool is reserved to archaeological professionals, from research institutions or non-profit organizations. Each user can query online all or part of the available databases and export the results of his query to other tools.
OEDI is a centralized repository of high-value energy research datasets aggregated from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Programs, Offices, and National Laboratories. Built to enable data discoverability, OEDI facilitates access to a broad network of findings, including the data available in technology-specific catalogs like the Geothermal Data Repository and Marine Hydrokinetic Data Repository.
Water DAMS (Water Data Analysis and Management System) provides access to foundational water treatment technology data that enable researchers and decision-makers to identify and quantify opportunities for technology innovations to reduce the cost and energy intensity of desalination. It is the submission point for all data generated by research conducted by the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI) and is designed to be used by the broader water research community. With publicly accessible contributions from a variety of academic and industrial partners, Water DAMS seeks to enable data discoverability, improve accessibility, and accelerate collaboration that contributes to pipe parity and innovation in water treatment technologies.
The MHKDR is the repository for all data collected using funds from the Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). It was established to receive, manage, and make available all water power relevant data generated from projects funded by the DOE Water Power Technologies Office. This includes data from WPTO-funded projects associated with any portion of the water power project life-cycle (exploration, development, operation), as well as data produced by WPTO-funded research.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Joint Genome Institute (JGI) is a DOE Office of Science User Facility located at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab). All data generated by the DOE Joint Genome Institute is available through this repository once the data are published or public.
Atmosphere to Electrons (A2e) is a new, multi-year, multi-stakeholder U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) research and development initiative tasked with improving wind plant performance and mitigating risk and uncertainty to achieve substantial reduction in the cost of wind energy production. The A2e strategic vision will enable a new generation of wind plant technology, in which smart wind plants are designed to achieve optimized performance stemming from more complete knowledge of the inflow wind resource and complex flow through the wind plant.
The Royal Library of the Netherlands (Dutch: Koninklijke Bibliotheek or KB; Royal Library) is the national library of the Netherlands. The KB collects everything that is published in and concerning the Netherlands, from medieval literature to today's publications. The e-Depot contains the Dutch National Library Collection of born-digital publications from, and about, the Netherlands, and international publications consisting of born-digital scholarly articles included in journals produced by publishers originally based in the Netherlands
In 2018, the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation has included in its roadmap the creation of a new infrastructure called the National Biodiversity Data Centre (PNDB). The PNDB's missions are part of a FAIR (Easy to Find, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) approach, and consist in - providing access to datasets and metadata, associated services and products derived from the analyses - promoting scientific leadership to identify gaps and foster the emergence of community-driven systems of users and producers - facilitate the sharing of practices with other research communities, encourage the sharing of data and their reuse, and be part of the reflection on the future Earth System infrastructure. - promote coherence with national, European and international efforts concerning access to and use of biodiversity research data and the promotion of products and services. The PNDB is supported by the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, more specifically by the UMS 2006 PatriNat, a MNHN CNRS and AFB unit. The project is closely linked with the FRB and several of its founding institutions (AFB, BRGM, CIRAD, CNRS, Ifremer, INERIS, INRA, IRD, IRSTEA, MNHN, Univ. Montpellier).
A consolidated feed from 35 million instruments provides sophisticated normalized data, streamlining analysis and decisions from front office to operations. And with flexible delivery options including cloud and API, timely accurate data enables the enterprise to capture opportunities, evaluate risk and ensure compliance in fast-moving markets.