The OUP Data Visualization project aims to demonstrate how interactive data visualizations can replace statics images in journal articles. The project aims to re-publish articles by 5 Oxford academics, quantify the costs/effort in moving to interactive visualizations, and get feedback from the academics and editors.
Visualising research data in 3D with Blender aims to design pipelines which will take data resulting from research and import them into free software modeling and rendering application Blender, where they can be turned into high quality images, animations and interactive applications.
The Live Data Project will enable IT services to better support researchers during the live phase of the research data management life-cycle. The project will focus on preparing data to create interactive visualizations that can be embedded in websites.
The Participant Data Project is exploring how researchers working with personal information can benefit from better data management
The ORDS Open Sourcing Project is a project overseeing the adaptation of the Online Research Database Service into a fully open-source software package.
The I.Sicily project is creating a digital corpus of the inscriptions of ancient Sicily in EpiDoc (a TEI subset)