Spend less time wrestling with data and more time archiving research goals. Our Hacky Hour events are open to all researchers conducting data-intensive research. Join us for a free coffee, overcome your challenges with programming and network with your local research community.Terra Nova is an interactive website and data repository that allows adaptation researchers and decision makers to discover, store, communicate and utilise climate change adaptation data, information and tools.
The Prosecutions Project led by Professor Mark Finnane, is digitising original Australian court records from 1850-1960. Digital images of the archives are stored and shared via an online database. Volunteers can zoom into the images to decipher and enter data from depositions, crown briefs, transcripts and press reports from the Supreme Court, Quarter sessions, Petty sessions and the Police Watch House books.
The BCCVL is an award-winning “one stop modelling shop” that simplifies the process of biodiversity-climate change modelling. It connects the research community to Australia's national computation infrastructure and integrates a suite of tools allowing researchers access data and perform data analysis and modelling.
The Open River Project aims to provide a data catalogue that describes a given river system through environmental, social, health and economic attributes.
The Microscopy Portal helps you analyse, visualise, and store microscopy images. You can create and customise algorithms to compare samples, plates or batches. Visualised results can be exported to formats like Excel and Powerpoint and can interface with Accelrys Pipeline Pilot, IDBS ActivityBase and Volocity.
REDCap is a mature, secure web application for building and managing online surveys and databases. While REDCap can be used to collect virtually any type of data, it is specifically geared to support data capture for research studies.