Below is a consolidated list of 'eResearch' resources and tools available to Griffith researchers. The most commonly requested resources and tools are shown. If you are a Griffith researcher looking for advanced ICT assistance that is not listed, please contact us to discuss your needs with an eResearch specialist.

Discipline specific applications and services

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AlveoAn application that analyses how humans communicate with each other and with machines in codified manners and brings together phonetics, linguistics, psychology, language technology, computer science, and music cognition to solve key health, social and cultural communication problems.
DrishtiDrishti is a free, open source software developed by the NCI VizLab team that allows researchers to explore and present their datasets as images and animations.
HuNiCombines data from many Australian cultural websites into the biggest humanities and creative arts database ever assembled in Australia. HuNI data covers all disciplines and brings together information about the people, works, events, organisations and places that make up the country's rich cultural landscape.
MyTardisA place to store large datasets and share them with collaborators online. Its particular focus is on integration with scientific instruments, instrument facilities and research lab file storage.
Social Analytics Lab (SAL)The Social Analytics Lab (SAL) is a custom-built, secure research facility housed at Griffith University to store, manage and analyse sensitive administrative data for research and teaching. Underpinned by industry standard security protocols that enable the storage of individual level data, the SAL offers a unique platform where cutting edge academic research can be applied to the complex real world problems of a rapidly evolving 21st-century society.
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DrishtiDrishti is a free, open source software developed by the NCI VizLab team that allows researchers to explore and present their datasets as images and animations.
Industrial Ecology Virtual Lab (IE Lab)Enables analysis of supply chain impacts, by consolidating data and developing new analysis tools and encourages study on future biofuel industries for Australia, industrial symbiosis and material efficiency, and on waste metal flows.
MyTardisA place to store large datasets and share them with collaborators online. Its particular focus is on integration with scientific instruments, instrument facilities and research lab file storage.
TitleDescription
Alveo An application that analyses how humans communicate with each other and with machines in codified manners and brings together phonetics, linguistics, psychology, language technology, computer science, and music cognition to solve key health, social and cultural communication problems.
Drishti Drishti is a free, open source software developed by the NCI VizLab team that allows researchers to explore and present their datasets as images and animations.
EndoVL Easily and securely access clinical and bioinformatics data sets and share data sets and collaborate nationally and internationally with clinical communities and patients.
Human Variome Project The Human Variome Project Australian Node is a national data sharing facility for improving clinical genetic testing services and supporting medical research. It consists of a secure, digital data repository and a suite of collection tools.
MyTardis A place to store large datasets and share them with collaborators online. Its particular focus is on integration with scientific instruments, instrument facilities and research lab file storage.
Quadrant Quadrant streamlines the research process by making it easy to collect, view, and track the progress of research data at all points throughout the project. Best for researchers undertaking qualitative and mixed-methods research methodologies in fields such as Health, Humanities, Social Science, Politics, Marketing, Communications, Sociology, Education, and Anthropology.
Social Analytics Lab (SAL) The Social Analytics Lab (SAL) is a custom-built, secure research facility housed at Griffith University to store, manage and analyse sensitive administrative data for research and teaching. Underpinned by industry standard security protocols that enable the storage of individual level data, the SAL offers a unique platform where cutting edge academic research can be applied to the complex real world problems of a rapidly evolving 21st-century society.
TitleDescription
Alveo An application that analyses how humans communicate with each other and with machines in codified manners and brings together phonetics, linguistics, psychology, language technology, computer science, and music cognition to solve key health, social and cultural communication problems.
All-Sky Virtual Laboratory (ASVO) Links observational data sets and theoretical infrastructure capabilities enabling new approaches to astronomical research
AusCover The AusCover facility provides access to remote sensing data and derived products, associated with land-surface characteristics and biophysical variables derived from satellite and airborne imagery. The facility also provides access to a wide, national network of experts in the field, as well as field methodology protocols and in-situ data for use in ecosystem science and natural resources management.
AusPlots AusPlots provides relevant, useful and informative data, tools and services for surveillance monitoring of Australian ecosystems.
Our work helps scientists and land managers nationwide to better monitor, understand and manage our landscapes.
Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Lab (BCCVL) The Biodiversity & Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL) provides an innovative, efficient, robust portfolio of integrated tools, data collections and access portals for modelling the potential responses of Australia’s biodiversity to climate change through an easy-to-use, web-based platform with advanced visualisations.
CATAMI The Collaborative and Annotation Tools for Analysis of Marine Imagery and Video is an online data management and image annotation system for marine ecologists, with a twist.
Characterisation Virtual Laboratory (CVL) The Characterisation Virtual Laboratory is a powerful platform essential to the future capability of Australian scientists by integrating Australia’s research imaging facilities with computational and data storage infrastructure and tools.
Climate and Weather Science Lab (CWSLab) The Climate and Weather Science Laboratory (CWSLab) is a new virtual laboratory that provides an integrated platform of tools and resources that assists scientific collaboration and information-sharing in Australian climate and weather research.
Drishti Drishti is a free, open source software developed by the NCI VizLab team that allows researchers to explore and present their datasets as images and animations.
Genomics Virtual Lab (GVL) A web portal provides a growing suite of genomics analysis tools that biologists can start working with immediately, with no setup required.
Industrial Ecology Virtual Lab (IE Lab) Enables analysis of supply chain impacts, by consolidating data and developing new analysis tools and encourages study on future biofuel industries for Australia, industrial symbiosis and material efficiency, and on waste metal flows.
Open River The Open River project seeks to act as a gathering point of all datasets by integrating and aggregating data with a focus on place.
Marine Virtual Lab (MARVL) The Marine Virtual Laboratory (MARVL) can provide all the tools necessary to construct a virtual environment of a region of interest.
MyTardis A place to store large datasets and share them with collaborators online. Its particular focus is on integration with scientific instruments, instrument facilities and research lab file storage.
SHaRED SHaRED is a data submission service of TERN Eco-informatics enabling any type of ecological datasets to be archived and published via the Australian Ecological Knowledge and Observation System.
Terra Nova Supports more effective climate change adaptation research and responses by improving the accessibility and availability of climate change adaptation data and information to researchers and decision-makers in Australia and across the region
TERN The Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) connects ecosystem scientists and enables them to collect, contribute, store, share and integrate data across disciplines. Collectively this increases the capacity of the Australian ecosystem science community to advance science and contribute to effective management and sustainable use of our ecosystems.
The Ark A suite of secure, integrated web-based tools that incorporate the majority of the functionality required to conduct a complex study or clinical trial.
UniCarbKB UniCarbKB is an initiative that aims to promote the creation of an online information storage and search platform for glycomics and glycobiology research. The knowledge base will offer a freely accessible and information-rich resource supported by querying interfaces, annotation technologies and the adoption of common standards to integrate structural, experimental and functional data.
Virtual Geophysics Lab (VGL) A scientific workflow portal that provides Geophysicists with access to an integrated environment that exploits eResearch tools and Cloud computing technology.
Virtual Hazard Impact and Risk Lab (VHIRL) The Virtual Hazard Impact and Risk Laboratory (VHIRL) is a scientific workflow portal that provides natural hazard researchers with access to an integrated environment that exploits eResearch tools and Cloud computing technology.
ZoaTrack Calculate movement metrics and space use for individually marked animals anywhere in the world and acquire citations for your hard-won animal tracking data.