Using Sakai to Support eScience
Speaker(s): Sayeed Choudhury
The Libraries and Department of Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins are leading the development of a prototype data curation system for the Virtual Observatory. Sakai is being envisaged as an important component of this overall system development to support discovery and use eScience data for research and learning.
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