The TARDIS Framework. A Federated Repository Solution For Raw Diffraction Datasets. Steve Androulakis, Monash University, Melbourne Australia JISC MRD Birmingham, UK 2011. Started in late 2007 Public Access to Raw Protein Crystallography Data Fedora Commons Based Federated Storage
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Steve Androulakis, Monash University, Melbourne Australia
JISC MRD Birmingham, UK 2011
Started in late 2007
Public Access to Raw Protein Crystallography Data
Fedora Commons Based
Protein Crystallography Specific Code
From Capture to Publication
How shall we manage the federation at the top level? (cache index vs ‘spider search’)
How much responsibility to we take over the underlying data stores and their integrity?
Exactly how ‘generic’ should the underlying structure be?
How do we encourage users to utilise the system with regularity?
Molecular Biology Auto-Processing
Thanks Grischa Meyer
MyTARDIS For The Archival, Preservation and Eventual Publication of ALL Research Data
TARDIS’ Modular Framework
Federated Storage Support
Visual Style and Templates
App for running distributed HPC jobs and storing the results in TARDIS
This project is supported by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS)
ANDS is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program and the Education Investment Fund (EIF) Super Science Initiative
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