The ANU Data Commons is a central data repository for ANU research data. The repository is designed to securely store data and ensure that the data is immune to format and media changes so that the data can be read and reused. Access to the data can be open (anyone can download and access it) or embargoed (access is restricted until a particular date) or restricted (people have to ask to get access to the data). For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Research allows members of the University to share their research with the wider community. Open Research accepts journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, working or technical papers, creative works, public lectures and other non-traditional forms of research outputs. It is also a repository for digital images of manuscripts and photographs from the University's research collections and archives. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) provides advanced computing support to a wide spectrum of research fields, including earth science, engineering, social science and the humanities. Advanced computing includes high performance computing, large or complex data management, high-end visualization (including virtual environments), and virtual community management.
NCI supports projects with large data or data intensive requirements. The areas covered include:
The facility manages a large mass data storage system which is an environment that supports many of these activities. ANU researchers can secure cpu-hours on NCI’s peak computing system, Raijin by applying through NCMAS or the ANU Allocation Scheme.
Although not specifically an ANU service, the Australian Data Archive (ADA) has been an important service located on the ANU campus since the 1980s, and many ANU researchers choose to archive their data with the ADA.