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The following organisations are also working in developing and promoting e-Social Science.
We also have a list of other projects which may be of interest.
The Training Team at the National e-Science Centre (NeSC) creates and delivers training courses to encourage development, uptake and proficient use of e-Science technologies and infrastructure across industry and public service as well as in many fields of research.
OMII-UK is an open-source organisation that empowers the UK research community by providing software for use by researchers in disciplines as diverse as Bioinformatics, Astrophysics and Archaeology. All of OMII-UK’s software is free and fully supported.
e-Research South aims to create a sustainable research platform across participating organisations and their collaborators by applying innovative computing technology to interdisciplinary problems of increasing scale and complexity.
The ESRC NCRM provide a database of training and events aimed at promoting a step change in the quality and range of methodological skills and techniques used by the UK social science community; and providing support for, and dissemination of, methodological innovation and excellence within the UK.
SOSIG Grapevine is a source of research, training and development opportunities in the social sciences, enabling you to search for courses, training, conferences and events. See also: SOSIG Grapevine.
The Arts and Humanities Data Service (AHDS) is a UK national service aiding the discovery, creation and preservation of digital resources in and for research, teaching and learning in the arts and humanities..
The Arts and Humanities e-Science Support Centre
The Arts and Humanities e-Science Support Centre (AHeSSC) forms a critical part of the AHRC-EPSRC-JISC initiative on e-Science in Arts and Humanities research.
ReDRess is a joint project between Lancaster University and STFC Daresbury.
The main aim of the project is to raise awareness and accelerate the development of a new kind of computing and data infrastructure to support the increasingly national and global collaborations emerging in many areas of social science.
The Economic and Social Data Service is a new national data archiving and dissemination service. ESDS offers a variety of courses and guides to support users of social and economic datasets for secondary analysis for research and teaching, from the novice researcher to the experienced data analyst.
The CESSDA Data Portal provides a seamless interface to datasets from 13 social science data archives across Europe.
The White Rose Grid provide technical training in the Grid and High Perfomance Computing.
Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy examines the ramifications of policy decisions in government and businesses, and develops new methodologies for aiding those analyses.
Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Advanced Collaboratory – HASTAC HASTAC is a voluntary consortium of leading researchers from over a dozen institutions who, together, have been co-developing software, hardware, and cyberinfrastructure systems since early 2003.
The Semantic Indexing Project The project aims to develop an open-source prototype Semantic Engine designed to address the universal problem of accessing and organizing large amounts of unstructured digital text. Using mathematical algorithms to index the latent semantic content of docu ments, the prototype engine has been demonstrated to drastically reduce, if not eliminate, the need for expensive and time-consuming metadata tagging, and to produce results superior to keyword searches in limited test domains.
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