Project home: http://imageweb.zoo.ox.ac.uk/wiki/index.php/ADMIRAL
ADMIRAL Project is creating a federated data management infrastructure for use by life science researchers, that will provide services to:
Project home: (TBD)
CiTO is a citation typing ontology, used to record information about references between scholarly articles, including the rationale for their presence.
Project home: http://www.clarosnet.org/index.htm
CLAROS (Classical Art Research Online Services) is an international interdisciplinary research initiative led by the University of Oxford (Humanities and Mathematics and Physical Sciences), hosted by the Oxford e-Research Centre (OeRC), and inspired by the Beazley Archive, to integrate online more than two million records and images held in research centres in Oxford, Paris, Cologne and Berlin.
MIIDI is a Minimal Information standard for reporting an Infectious Disease Investigation. The purpose of MIIDI is to facilitate the creation of metadata for datasets and for articles of relevance to infectious disease investigations, for the benefit of epidemiologists, those undertaking systematic reviews, and many others.
MIIDI has several potential uses:
Project home: http://code.google.com/p/milarq/
The MILARQ project will provide performance improvements for applications that are based on SPARQL queries to a Jena TDB data store, by supporting the creation and use of additional indexes that accelerate problematic queries.
Project home: http://www.open-biomed.org.uk/
Recent past projects
Defining Image Access
ImageStore (DCC SCARP)
Project home: http://code.google.com/p/shuffl/
Shuffl creates a web interface for data visualization and annotation, inspired by index cards and historical systems like Hypercard.