The RADAR Project—A Service for Research Data Archival and Publication
AbstractThe aim of the RADAR (Research Data Repository) project is to set up and establish an infrastructure that facilitates research data management: the infrastructure will allow researchers to store, manage, annotate, cite, curate, search and find scientific data in a digital platform available at any time that can be used by multiple (specialized) disciplines. While appropriate and innovative preservation strategies and systems are in place for the big data communities (e.g., environmental sciences, space, and climate), the stewardship for many other disciplines, often called the “long tail research domains”, is uncertain. Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), the RADAR collaboration project develops a service oriented infrastructure for the preservation, publication and traceability of (independent) research data. The key aspect of RADAR is the implementation of a two-stage business model for data preservation and publication: clients may preserve research results for up to 15 years and assign well-graded access rights, or to publish data with a DOI assignment for an unlimited period of time. Potential clients include libraries, research institutions, publishers and open platforms that desire an adaptable digital infrastructure to archive and publish data according to their institutional requirements and workflows. View Full-Text
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Kraft, A.; Razum, M.; Potthoff, J.; Porzel, A.; Engel, T.; Lange, F.; van den Broek, K.; Furtado, F. The RADAR Project—A Service for Research Data Archival and Publication. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2016, 5, 28.
Kraft A, Razum M, Potthoff J, Porzel A, Engel T, Lange F, van den Broek K, Furtado F. The RADAR Project—A Service for Research Data Archival and Publication. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 2016; 5(3):28.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kraft, Angelina; Razum, Matthias; Potthoff, Jan; Porzel, Andrea; Engel, Thomas; Lange, Frank; van den Broek, Karina; Furtado, Filipe. 2016. "The RADAR Project—A Service for Research Data Archival and Publication." ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 5, no. 3: 28.
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