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SDS-WAS will use the European Data Infrastructure (EUDAT) to distribute dust datasets

by Enric Terradellas last modified Jan 17, 2018 03:03 PM

The European Data Infrastructure (EUDAT) was launched to target a pan-European solution to the challenge of data proliferation in Europe's scientific and research communities.

EUDAT’s mission is to design, develop, implement and offer Common Data Services to all interested researchers and research communities. These common data services obviously must be relevant to several communities, be available at European level and be characterized by a high degree of openness.

SDS-WAS currently works with EUDAT to implement a combination of federated storage with a web interface that makes a huge amount of dust datasets available to the community.

 

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