Collaborations

A Bridge from Publishing Words to Publishing Data
PIs: Gary King (IQSS, Harvard University), Mercè Crosas (IQSS, Harvard University)
Funded by:
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

This project, an extension of the PKP-Dataverse integration, will develop a community-based Repository API that can work with many publishing systems and support various data review workflows.

Social Science Big Data
PIs: Gary King (IQSS, Harvard University), Mercè Crosas (IQSS, Harvard University)

BioMedical Dataverse: SBGrid Data and LINCS data
PIs: Piotrek Sliz (HMS, Harvard University) and Mercè Crosas (IQSS, Harvard University)

The Structural Biology Data Grid supports publication of X-ray diffraction, MicroED, LLSM datasets, as well as structural models. Read More...

 

Harvard University Privacy Tools Project
Collaborative between: Harvard's Center for Research on Computation and Society, Institute for Quantitative Social ScienceBerkman Center for Internet & Society, Data Privacy Lab, and MIT Libraries' Program on Information Science.

This project is a broad effort to advance a multidisciplinary understanding of data privacy issues and build computational, statistical, legal, and policy tools to help address these issues in a variety of contexts.  Read More...

DataBridge
PIs: Arcot Rajasekar (UNC), Howard Lander (UNC), Tom Carsey (UNC), Jon Crabtree (UNC), Gary King (Harvard), among others.

DataBridge is an e-science collaboration environment tool designed specifically for the exploration of a rich set of sociometric tools. Read More...

Massachusetts Open Cloud

The Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC) is a new production public cloud being developed based on the model of an Open Cloud Exchange (OCX).  Read More...

Data-PASS

The Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS) is a voluntary partnership of organizations created to archive, catalog and preserve data used for social science research. Read More…

Astrophysics Metadata & Tools for Data

The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) plays an important role in developing domain specific metadata for astrophysics/astronomy datasets (e.g., advanced support for FITS files) for Dataverse. Find out more about this team by exploring the Seamless Astronomy and Wolbach Library teams.

Collaborative for Historical Information and Analysis
PIs: Patrick Manning

The Collaborative for Historical Information and Analysis (formed 2011) links academic and research institutions in North America and Europe—with ties to institutions in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Read More...

PKP-Dataverse Integration Project
Funded by: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

The Dataverse Network in collaboration with the Public Knowledge Project (PKP)  worked on a two-year project to make data sharing and preservation an intrinsic part of the publication process. Read More…