The main feature of this release is a File Landing Page, which provides a static URL for files and will serve as a base for expanded file options, such as versioning, provenance, and metadata explorations. Features and bug fixes in this release include: Read more about Dataverse 4.6 Release
The Dataverse Team is currently working on a new redesign of the Harvard Dataverse home page, and we’re looking for your input! IQSS’s new Product Research Specialist Julian Gautier and Usability Research Assistant Derek Murphy have put together a brief (5 minute long) multiple choice survey that lets you tell us what qualities you look for in a data repository. Your input will inform our design of the new homepage to improve existing users’ experience with the site and to help orient new users. Read more about Harvard Dataverse Homepage Survey
The main feature of this release is the restoration of the IP Groups functionality, which is an important step for several installations moving to Dataverse 4. Additional features include email verification, dynamic copyright in the page footer, and support for Piwik analytics. Read more about Dataverse 4.5.1 now available!
Thank you to the Dataverse Community for another successful Community Meeting July 11-13th. It was an exciting few days of learning about Dataverses around the world and connecting as a community. All presentation slides have been posted on the Community Meeting website in the Agenda section. Additionally, the keynote and Updates on Dataverse talks were recorded and available on the website in the Agenda section as, “Keynote and Update on Dataverse”.
Are you a publisher looking for a data sharing solution for your journals? Or do you have a journal and are looking for a place to reliably host your author’s data? This blog post will explain some of the ways journals can use Dataverse and will preview some upcoming functionality which will be tailored to journals. Read more about Dataverse for Journals