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)
DiXiT is an EC Marie Curie Initial Training Network on Digital Scholarly Editions, in which we are full partners
This Bodleian project is unifying the TEI Manuscript Description catalogues in the Bodleian. We’re acting as schema consultants.
The Livingstone Online Enrichment and Access Project (LEAP) is creating high-resolution multi-spectral images and full text (TEI) transcriptions of Livingstones field manuscripts and letters.
We are supporting a project in the Department of Education involving working memory training and learning arithmetic.
We are supporting a project modelling cancer cells by Oncology Department researchers. This project is using the Modelling4All Project software and web services.
The Digital REED project is helping the Records of Early English Drama create a digital workflow for the production of their volumes,
In the 1870 Field Diary project we are helping Livingstone Online with the TEI markup.
The William Godwin’s Diary project was an eXist XML Database website openly providing full text and hi-res images to 48 years of this important diary.
The Epidemic Game Maker – an example of agent-based modelling public outreach
The Verse Miscellanies Online project converted, edited, and published several early verse miscellanies.
A model of the Spanish Flu Pandemic built in the Behaviour Composer
The Poetic Forms Online project worked to add metrical analysis to poetic texts.
The Great Domesday Text pilot project converted bespoke XML markup to TEI P5 XML and rendered as HTML.
The French Oral Narrative Corpus project created a corpus of French storytelling, see also frenchoralnarrative.qub.ac.uk
The Jisc DaMaRO Project developed a pilot research data management infrastructure within the University of Oxford.
A new website for The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities ( TORCH).
The aim of the OUP John Fell OxGAME project was to explore the use of agent-based modelling in participatory research with farmers in Cameroon.
OSS Watch provides unbiased advice and guidance on the use, development, and licensing of free and open source software.
The Jisc Software Hub project developed a Drupal website for cataloging and showcasing software Jisc has funded.
VALS works with universities and free and open source software communities to give students real-world experience working in software projects. OSS Watch is a project partner.
Research data management: an overview
The CatCor pilot project is publishing digital editions (in TEI) of the correspondence of Catherine the Great.
William Godwin’s Diary transcribed, edited, and marked up all 48 years of the diary of Mary Shelley’s father William Godwin
Oxford Text Archive: a repository of literary, linguistic and historical textual materials for use in research
The First Folio Phase 2 project is a collaboration with the Bodleian
The OxGarage conversion service (beta version) manages the transformation of documents between a variety of formats.
The Stationers’ Register Online was a pilot project to digitise records of the stationers company in TEI P5 XML.