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ANNOUNCE: Harvard Researchers use JSF to Create the DataVerse Network Project

 
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Hello,

Traditionally, researchers have bound data and stored it in a physical form on a library shelf; the only way to access it was to look up its ISBN. In more recent times, research data has often been stored on someone’s computer somewhere, accessible to only a few. There has been a growing need for long term archiving of data, to make it available in a digital form that can be shared and used by others.


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For this thread and https://coderanch.com/t/522841/JSF/java/ANNOUNCE-Ted-Goddard-ICEfaces-HTML , we have a better forum "Blatant Advertising" I think.
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