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Research Data Management & Storage

Projects

Smart Water (DC13A)
"Water end use study, data capture from instruments, reporting on domestic water use. A software system was built to collect data from remote smart water meters and integrate it into related data sets obtained from other sources and use metadata to describe the data used and the cross-relationships between data. ...
The Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL) provides access to data, computational capacity and a suite of common analysis tools in an easy to use online platform. It significantly lowers access barriers for modelling the impact of climate change and other factors on biodiversity while simultaneously raising the standard ...
The Major Open Data Collection (MODC) project has developed an extensive data catalogue that acts as a gathering point of information by integrating and aggregating data with a focus on place. Throughout the MODC project 111 unique datasets within the Logan-Albert River Catchment were identified. Of these, 60 were discovered ...
"The aims of this project were: - Assess research data resulting from ARC, NHMRC and Australia Arts Council grants - Identify and describe research data associated with Griffith research projects in order to meet the criteria set out by the Australian Research Data Commons and the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure ...
Griffith University recognises that better management of research data could enhance the profile of the University and its researchers. Infrastructure and practices in support of data citation are part of this picture. Evidence that open research data can positively impact on publication citation rates is emerging from selected disciplines, and ...
Research collection metadata exchange hub, based on Vitro. ...
Adult Stem (DC13C)
"To develop a software system to centralise the management of a large volume of microscopy image and related experimental metadata, allowing researchers within the National Centre for Adult Stem Cell Research (""NCASCR"") to more effectively organise and analyse their biological imaging experiments. Objectives of the project are to capture metadata ...
"Establishment of an Australian National Corpus that: - Aggregates data from existing corpora residing at Australian universities, to provide a diverse and accurate representation of written and spoken languages in Australia. - Allows the discovery, access and deposition of written and spoken data - Allows linguistic researchers to collaboratively apply ...
HiVE is a partnership to establish a repository of data collected through the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct; Gold Coast University Hospital and the Griffith Health Centre. Each of these services provides health care to the residents of the Gold Coast entailing points of contact which could be captured ...
The Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL) is an online platform that allows researchers to model the change in biodiversity through climate change response. The BCCVL makes complicated biodiversity modelling significantly more efficient, easy and fast. This project will significantly enhance the ability of the BCCVL to integrate and ...
The Climate Change Adaptation Information Hub will provide an interactive information hub to improve local, regional and national climate change adaptation responses. The hub will achieve this objective by making existing climate change adaptation data (in all forms) more accessible whilst also facilitating the input, analysis and dissemination of new ...
The Gold Standard Project allowed Griffith to assess the deficiencies of its research data collection records (and their associated party, activity and service records). It allowed us to identify improvements to the records that would produce high quality metadata. It also allowed us to make connections within those records using ...
International researchers looking for datasets, higher degree by research students looking for supervisors, industry looking for consultancy expertise and journalists looking for expert sources of information. These are just a few of the audience segments that have a critical need for a single, comprehensive view of a university’s research output. ...