Organisation

Australian Research Data Commons

Acronym
ARDC
Owning Institution
Former Name
Australian National Data Service

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Website

19 Jun 2015

On 19 June 2015, representatives from over 40 Australian research institutions gathered in Canberra to launch their most recent Open Data Collections:

internationally significant collections: uncovered, described and made openly available Video stories youtube of 6 of these open data collections (see Related Content...

Report

30 Nov 2014

Executive summary

Data is crucial to most research, and, increasingly, research is data-intensive. New discoveries are being made by looking for data patterns from colliders and telescopes. A huge number of researchers have shared genetic data in an unprecedented way to map the...

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Website

19 Jun 2015

On 19 June 2015, representatives from over 40 Australian research institutions gathered in Canberra to launch their most recent Open Data Collections:

internationally significant collections: uncovered, described and made openly available Video stories youtube of 6 of these open data collections (see Related Content...

Report

30 Nov 2014

Executive summary

Data is crucial to most research, and, increasingly, research is data-intensive. New discoveries are being made by looking for data patterns from colliders and telescopes. A huge number of researchers have shared genetic data in an unprecedented way to map the...

Report

1 Nov 2014

Main points

Research data are an asset we have been building for decades, through billions of dollars of public investment in research annually. The information and communication technology (ICT) revolution presents an unprecedented opportunity to ‘leverage’ that asset. Given this, there is increasing...

Guide

23 Sep 2014

Sensitive data has often been excluded from discussions about data publication and sharing. It was believed that sharing sensitive data is not ethical or that it is too difficult to do safely. This opinion has changed with greater understanding and use of methods to ‘de-sensitise’...

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29 Mar 2012

Sharing of research data that relates to people can often be achieved using a combination of obtaining consent, anonymising data and regulating data access.

This guide is intended for those engaged in research involving human subjects which is subject to ethics approval, and for...

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