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Virtual Data Center

The Virtual Data Center (VDC) is a digital library system "in a box" for numeric data. It provides a complete system for the management, dissemination, exchange, and citation of virtual collections of quantitative data. It provides everything necessary to maintain and disseminate an individual collection of research studies: including facilities for the storage, archiving, cataloging, translation, and dissemination of each collection. On-line analysis is provided, powered by the R Statistical environment.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  20 Dec 2005 15:06

    Release Notes: This release provides substantial enhancements in quantitative analysis, the management GUI, and federation functions. New major features include advanced statistical analysis, extended bookmarking and citation support, provenance support, drop box support, TheDataWeb/DataFerrett support, and many usability refinements and bugfixes.

    •  27 May 2005 17:48

      Release Notes: This release adds wizards for creating studies and collections, a complete integrated help system, support for Fedora 3 Core, and numerous usability enhancements. It provides RPMs for Redhat 9.0, Fedora 1 Core, Fedora 2 Core, Fedora 3 Core, and Redhat 3 Advance Server. It provides all core features and contains no known bugs. Supported standards and protocols and formats include: DDI, Dublin Core, and MARC for metadata; R,SPSS, SAS, ASCII, and STATA for data; OAI and Z39.50 for queries; and UNFs and handles for naming/citation.

      •  03 Jan 2005 18:13

        Release Notes: This release adds operation behind a proxy, support for Fedora 2 Core, help enhancements, numerous minor usability enhancements, and fixes for all reported bugs.

        •  23 Sep 2004 17:03

          Release Notes: This release provides RPMs for Red Hat 9.0, Fedora 1 Core, and Red Hat 3 Advance Server.


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