Developing a workflow for archiving datatsets from the Prosecution Project to the Australian Data Archive.

Building on work done from the Humanities and Social Sciences HASS DeVL data curation framework which created a single curated dataset manually published in the Australian Data Archive, this project will enable automated publication of curated datasets from the Prosecution Project platform.

This project addresses the great potential to transition from disparate datasets to shared data via translation of existing data to an agreed format that will enable archived data to be shared by the historical community.

1 Report
Looking at the project work in securing a workflow for archiving datatsets from the Prosecution Project to the Australian Data Archive.
2 Presentation
Presentation of project findings at the Data and Services Summit

Core features

Community support and involvement
A strong sense of community support and involvement in developing answers to some of the more difficult questions our sector faces.
Ignite ideas and discussions
Enabling diverse stakeholders to engage in discussion and share ideas to shape a national research data commons.

Who is this project for?

  • Research organisations
  • Researchers

What does this project enable?

Projects in this area will contribute to determining what vision, governance structure and implementation program is necessary to create an Australian research data commons.

Handy resources

Griffith UniversityVisit
Australian Data ArchiveVisit
Tinker (ARDC - HASS Devl) Visit
University of TasmaniaVisit
University of NSW Visit
University of Technology Sydney Visit
University of Liverpool Visit
University of New England Visit
University College London Visit
University of Adelaide Visit
Queensland University of TechnologyVisit
Australian National UniversityVisit
University of Western AustraliaVisit
University of QueenslandVisit