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  • Accessing Big (Commercial) Data across a Global Research Infrastructure - Modelling Consumer Behaviour in China 

    Lloyd, Ashley D.; Antonioletti, Mario A.; Sloan, Terence M. (2014-08-26)
    The use of globally distributed computing systems and globally distributed data to understand and manage global organisations is a well-established vision. It can be found in patents awarded for electrical communications ...
  • Archiving a Complex Dataset:: IST-3 - A case study 

    Drever, Jonathan (2014-08-26)
    The Third International Stroke Trial (IST-3) was a long running, large-scale international multi-centre randomised controlled trial of a thrombolytic drug, coordinated from Edinburgh, that recruited 3035 patients with ...
  • Archiving the Scottish Young People’s Survey 

    Croxford, Linda (2014-08-26)
    From 1962 to 2005, a series of large-scale national surveys asked young Scots about their experiences of school and moving on to further and higher education or the labour market. They were commissioned by the Scottish ...
  • Attitudes and aspirations in a diverse world: the Project StORe perspective on scientific repositories 

    Pryor, Graham (Digital Curation Centre, 2006)
    When preparing a team of recent postgraduates who were about to embark on a survey of repository users, it became necessary to equip them with a glossary of terms for use when explaining their mission. Whilst our project’s ...
  • Attitudes and Aspirations in a Diverse World: The Project StORe Perspective on Scientific Repositories 

    Pryor, Graham (UKOLN/ Digital Curation Centre., 2007)
    Project StORe was conceived as an initiative to apply digital library technologies in the creation of new value for published research. Ostensibly a technical project, its primary objective was the design of middleware to ...
  • Big Data for Disease Control: Interdisciplinary approaches to data linkage and management 

    Lee, Shona Jane (2014-08-26)
    The source of tremendous promise and unsettling surveillance alike, the term ‘Big Data’ has attracted substantial public attention in recent years, garnering widespread press coverage and debate in equal measure. In reality ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 1 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 10 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 2 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 3 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 4 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 5 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 6 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 7 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 8 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Biochemistry interview transcript 9 

    Tonkin, Suzanne (2007-03-06)
    A series of personal interviews were carried out following on from the Project StORe questionnaire. Of the original 46 Biochemistry respondents, 11 indicated that they would be willing to be interviewed. Each potential ...
  • Capturing Datasets ... is only the half of it! 

    Simpson, Colin (2014-08-26)
    In the role of Data Manager at The Roslin Institute for the past three years, the one thing that has struck me more than anything else is the dedication and commitment to science each of our 70 + PI’s demonstrate. I’m told ...
  • Case study: The Edinburgh Research Archive 

    Jones, Richard D; Andrew, Theo; MacColl, John (Chandos (Oxford) Publishing Ltd, 2006-01)
    This chapter discusses the many real-life issues encountered during the development process of a combined e-theses and e-print repository which ultimately became the Edinburgh Research Archive.
  • The Catholic Way of Death: Contemporary Reflections on Thanatology and Theology 

    Wardley, Kenneth Jason (University of Glasgow, 2006)
    How can we adequately acknowledge the stranger in modern theology? Drawing on the work of post-Heideggerian theorist of language and death, Jacques Derrida, and his own creative re-reading of Martin Heidegger and Emmanuel ...