CloudStor Collections is a new cloud-based data packaging tool for researchers, research data managers, data curators and archivists, developed through a partnership between AARNet, Intersect and Western Sydney University.
CloudStor is AARNet’s cloud-storage platform for storing and sharing files to support manual and automated research and data management workflows and research collaboration.
Within the CloudStor interface, Collections enables all users to easily collate, describe, package and share groups of files and associated metadata. The application is designed to support data packaging through the research and data curation lifecycles.
The main benefits of using CloudStor Collections are to:
CloudStor Collections includes these features to support a range of research and data management workflows:
We’re eager to hear feedback from our community so that we can continue to fine tune the application to better meet your data handling and sharing needs.
Please visit the AARNet Knowledge Base for more information and FAQs for the CloudStor Collections application.
To provide feedback please email the CloudStor team.
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