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DSpace Open source institutional repository software
Open source institutional repository software
Jupyter Notebook Jupyter Notebook is a web-based notebook environment for interactive computing, part of the mutifacted Project Jupyter (formerly iPython) which seeks to provide an open platform and toolkit for interactive and reproducible computing. It is a browser-based application that facilitates creation and sharing of documents that contain live code (over 40 programming languages), equations, visualizations, and narrative text.
Jupyter Notebook is a web-based notebook environment for interactive computing, part of the mutifacted Project Jupyter (formerly iPython) which...
Lens Lens is an online article-reading environment developed by eLife that ”by treating a JATS journal article as a database”makes it possible to explore figures, figure descriptions, references and more without losing one's place in the article text. Lens was designed using the Substance libraries. Much of its functionality is now in eLife's Libero Editor tool.
Lens is an online article-reading environment developed by eLife that ”by treating a JATS journal article as a database”makes it possible to...
OSF Preprints Branded preprint servers backed by the OSF.
Branded preprint servers backed by the OSF.
Peer Community In The “Peer Community in” (PCI) is a non-profit scientific organization that aims to create specific communities of researchers reviewing and recommending, for free, unpublished preprints in their field
The “Peer Community in” (PCI) is a non-profit scientific organization that aims to create specific communities of researchers reviewing and...
Rebus Ink Rebus Ink is a web-based digital reading application built to help scholars construct arguments. It's a personal, online workspace that lets you do more with digital texts, focusing on scholarly reading and research, note-taking, citations, and collections management. Rebus Ink is built on open principles: open source, open web, open APIs, with a focus on user-data portability and privacy.
Rebus Ink is a web-based digital reading application built to help scholars construct arguments. It's a personal, online workspace that lets you do...
Samvera Samvera is not one single software product; rather, it is a suite of components built and supported by the Samvera Community. In addition, Samvera draws on many more open source components, from the Blacklight discovery application, supported by an overlapping community, to Solr, maintained by the Apache Foundation and used widely and internationally across commerce, education and beyond. The aim of Samvera, as a community and software stack, is to work together to deliver common core repository functionality, in a way that can be flexibly applied to a range of use cases.
Samvera is not one single software product; rather, it is a suite of components built and supported by the Samvera Community. In addition, Samvera...
Zotero Zotero is a desktop and/or network-based reference-management software for scholars. It has the ability to organize, collect, and format references and bibliographies for MS Word, LibreOffice, Google Docs, and other text-editing software. It also supports an enormous number of citation styles, and also provides a well designed document (web and PDF) collection and note-taking facility. Zotero is a social network that facilitates group collaboration, sharing, and publishing of reference lists. Originally developed in 2006 at George Mason U, Zotero is now a robust desktop tool as well as a full-featured web application, used by over 5 million scholars.
Zotero is a desktop and/or network-based reference-management software for scholars. It has the ability to organize, collect, and format references...
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