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  • Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC)

    The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) enables the Australian research community and...

    116 training material
    3 upcoming event (118 past event)
    Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) https://dresa.org.au/content_providers/australian-research-data-commons-ardc The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) enables the Australian research community and industry access to nationally significant, data intensive digital research infrastructure, platforms, skills and collections of high quality data. As a national research infrastructure provider, the ARDC facilitates partnerships to develop a coherent research environment that enables researchers to find, access, contribute to and effectively use services to maximise research quality and impact. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/001/original/ARDC_Docusign_logo_-_296_x_76px_.png?1627455958
  • HeSANDA

    HeSANDA is one of our strategic initiatives formed under our National Data Assets...

    4 training material
    HeSANDA https://dresa.org.au/content_providers/hesanda HeSANDA is one of our strategic initiatives formed under our National Data Assets programs. HeSANDA stands for the Health Studies Australian National Data Asset and its high level goal is to partner with the health research community to build a national data asset from the outputs of health research studies The purpose of this data asset is to support data sharing and secondary use in order to increase the value and impact of health research and the investment into research projects, And ultimately to facilitate better health outcomes for the Australian population by facilitating new research and research translation.
  • Atlas of Living Australia

    The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) is a collaborative, digital, open infrastructure that pulls...

    0 upcoming event (1 past event)
    Atlas of Living Australia https://dresa.org.au/content_providers/atlas-of-living-australia The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) is a collaborative, digital, open infrastructure that pulls together Australian biodiversity data from multiple sources, making it accessible and reusable. The ALA helps to create a more detailed picture of Australia’s biodiversity for scientists, policymakers, environmental planners and land managers, industry and the general public and enables them to work more efficiently. The ALA is the Australian node and a full voting member of GBIF – the Global Biodiversity Information Facility – an international network and data infrastructure funded by the world’s governments and aimed at providing anyone, anywhere, open access to data about all types of life on Earth. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/017/original/ALA_Logo_Inline_CMYK.jpg?1652413583
  • Astronomy Data And Computing Services (ADACS)

    Our Vision is to provide astronomy-focused training, support and expertise to allow astronomers...

    2 training material
    Astronomy Data And Computing Services (ADACS) https://dresa.org.au/content_providers/astronomy-data-and-computing-services-adacs Our Vision is to provide astronomy-focused training, support and expertise to allow astronomers to maximise the scientific return from data and computing infrastructure. ADACS is delivered jointly by Swinburne University of Technology, Curtin University, and Macquarie University. ADACS is funded under Astronomy National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) Program via Astronomy Australia Ltd (AAL). /system/content_providers/images/000/000/033/original/ADACSLogo.png?1708671870
  • EcoCommons

    EcoCommons is building a collaborative commons that is developing ecological modelling tools. It...

    8 training material
    EcoCommons https://dresa.org.au/content_providers/ecocommons EcoCommons is building a collaborative commons that is developing ecological modelling tools. It currently provides; access to point-and-click species distribution modelling (SDM) tools, projections of how those distributions might change as the climate warms, access to a variety of spatial data grids (rasters), and API connection to records from the Atlas of Living Australia. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/034/original/ecocommons-logo.png?1711521620