The eResearch Office helps academics curate their data, from creation to management and storage, ensuring it is accessible, useable and conforms to proper data storage standards.
Working in collaboration with Australian National Data Services (ANDS), the eResearch Office develop systems to assist with registering, tagging, indexing, searching and publishing of research data collections.
These projects are driven by the growing reuse and citation of research data, research integrity compliance requirements and the need for institution-wide policies for research data management.
Major Open Data Collections (MODC)
The MODC consolidates existing RMIT data collections from advanced instruments and laboratories.
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Bioscience Data Platform (BDP)
The BDP brings existing computational systems together so that academics can work with their data seamlessly, from capture to publication.
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High performance computing (hpc)Tardis
hpcTardis gives academics in chemistry and physics the ability to remotely direct and monitor the full data management process via a central web portal.
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μTardis (Micro Tardis) for microscope images
μTardis facilitates the rapid and consistent capture, storage and publishing of images produced by electron microscopy in a production setting.
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RMIT Research Catalog
This project provides a sophisticated institution-wide metadata store, or cataloguing system, using Redbox (a platform used across several Australian universities).
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