GeoNode, geospatial content management system

GeoNode is a geospatial content management system, a platform for the management and publication of geospatial data. It brings together mature and stable open-source software projects under a consistent and easy-to-use interface allowing non-specialized users to share data and create interactive maps.

Data management tools built into GeoNode allow for integrated creation of data, metadata, and map visualizations. Each dataset in the system can be shared publicly or restricted to allow access to only specific users. Social features like user profiles and commenting and rating systems allow for the development of communities around each platform to facilitate the use, management, and quality control of the data the GeoNode instance contains.

It is also designed to be a flexible platform that software developers can extend, modify or integrate against to meet requirements in their own applications.

http://geonode.org/

Researchobject.org

Researchobject.org aims to map the landscape of initiatives and activity in the development of Research Objects, an emerging approach to the publication, and exchange of scholarly information on the Web. Research Objects aim to improve reuse and reproducibility by:

  • Supporting the publication of more than just PDFs, making data, code, and other resources first class citizens of scholarship
  • Recognizing that there is often a need to publish collections of these resources together as one shareable, cite-able resource.
  • Enriching these resources and collections with any and all additional information required to make research reusable, and reproducible!

Research objects are not just data, not just collections, but any digital resource that aims to go beyond the PDF for scholarly publishing!

Researchobject.org is developed for the research community, by the research community. Currently led by Carole Goble and her team in the eScience Lab at the University of Manchester, researchobject.org is supported by members of the Research Object community, to disseminate knowledge about Research Objects, their concept, adoption, and other latest developments.

http://www.researchobject.org/

Papers With Code

The mission of Papers With Code is to create a free and open resource with Machine Learning papers, code and evaluation tables.

We believe this is best done together with the community and powered by automation.

We’ve already automated the linking of code to papers, and we are now working on automating the extraction of evaluation metrics from papers.

https://paperswithcode.com

Open SUNY Textbooks

Open SUNY Textbooks is a one service of SUNY OER Services, a SUNY service that provides mentoring, technical support, and access to a broad catalog of open textbooks to help incorporate OER into the classroom, lower the cost of higher education, and empower faculty.

  • We offer campuses user-friendly technology to adopt, adapt, and tailor existing OER for individual needs, as well as providing guidance for creating and distributing new materials.
  • We partner with local practitioners for workshops on incorporating OER in the classroom; using and remixing content; and understanding open licensing.
  • We help campuses work with stakeholders, such as student government organizations, to build sustainable practices around OER.
  • We offer assessment practices to measure the change that OER brings.
  • We connect institutions with opportunities for recognition, research, and publication related to OER.

https://textbooks.opensuny.org/

REFRAME, open access academic digital platform

REFRAME is an open access academic digital platform for the online practice, publication and curation of internationally produced research and scholarship. It is supported by the School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex, UK.

REFRAME aims to offer a range of scholarly and related creative and critical content – from relatively ephemeral or responsive forms of research output (project blogs, online film and video festivals, conferences and symposia, and audio and video podcasts) through to fully peer-reviewed online serials and monographic publications, and digital archives and assemblages.

We hope that REFRAME will go on to provide an innovative, engaging and productive environment for audiovisual, audio and visual, and written digital humanities or ‘Digital-First’ research, scholarship and publishing in media, film and music, including the production, curation and online archiving of experimental work and research by practice.

REFRAME

EDP Open

EDP Open is a newly developed bespoke open access platform that will provide all the modern functionality required for easy search/find/location of relevant and related content published in an open access (free) environment. The emphasis of the design is simple and functional to enhance reader usage and access to content of interest. Publication will be online only and will provide timely publication with competitive accept to publication periods.

EDP has developed an expertise recognised internationally for processing and dissemination of scientific information and works in partnership with numerous learned societies, institutions and others publishers, globally.
EDP Sciences publishes more than 50 academic journals, most of them with an impact factor and among them prestigious journals such as Astronomy & Astrophysics (IF: 4.487), EPJ the European Physical Journals series, EPL Europhysics Letters, etc.

https://www.edp-open.org/