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Repository software

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N.B. These examples are the most commonly-used packages for Open Access research repositories, but there are many more minor packages. OpenDOAR lists around 70 software packages currently in use.

 

ArchivalWare (PTFS)

http://www.ptfs-europe.com/

Proprietary content management systems software.

 

Archimede (University of Laval)

http://archimede.bibl.ulaval.ca

Repository software developed at the University of Laval.

 

ARNO (Academic Research in the Netherlands Online

http://www.uba.uva.nl/projecten/object.cfm/1A103F4F-A900-4FCF-9BA16965AAE3D75E

Software developed by the ARNO Project: partners were the universities of Amsterdam, Twente and Tilburg.

 

bepress (Berkeley Electronic Press software)

http://www.bepress.com/ir/

Software on which the Berkeley Electronic Press's Digital Commons (hosted repository service) is run.

 

CDS Invenio (was CDSware: CERN)

http://cdsware.cern.ch/invenio/index.html

A suite of applications for digital library systems.

 

DigiTool

http://www.exlibrisgroup.com/category/DigiToolOverview

Proprietary software from library automation supplier, ExLibris.

 

DiVA (Academic Archive Online) Publishing System

http://www.diva-portal.org/about.xsql

Developed at Uppsala University. A number of Swedish universities run this software and there is a common interface for searching these repositories - the DiVA Portal.

 

dLibra

http://dlibra.psnc.pl

The most popular digital library software in Poland. Over 30 deployments. Sold for a one-time fee of around 250 euros.

 

DoKS (Document and Knowledge Sharing application: Sourceforge.net)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/doksproject

Digital library software for storing, searching, publishing.

 

DSpace

http://www.dspace.org/

Open source repository software: manages and preserves all types of digital content.

 

EPrints

http://www.eprints.org

Open source repository software: fully flexible, manages all types of digital content.

 

ETD-db

http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ETD-db/index.shtml

Electronic Theses and Dissertations software, developed at Virginia Tech.

 

Fedora Commons

http://www.fedora-commons.org/

Software for knowledge access and management: tool for open access repositories, e-science, cultural heritage material, teaching/learning content.

 

FEZ

http://sourceforge.net/projects/fez

Open source web interface for Fedora.

 

Greenstone

http://www.greenstone.org/

Open source multilingual digital library software.

 

MyCoRe

http://sourceforge.net/projects/mycore/

Open source software for repositories and digital libraries.

 

OPUS software

http://opusdev.bsz-bw.de/trac

Developed by the University of Stuttgart for its Online Publications of the University of Stuttgart repository. Adopted by over 60 other German universities.Main development partners currently are Universities of Dresden, Bielefeld, Saarbrücken, Hamburg-Harburg as well as the Library Centers of Berlin and Constance.

 

PURE (Atira)

http://www.atira.dk/en/pure/

CRIS/repository software: handles deposit, storage, usage reporting, e-publishing.

 

WEKO

http://weko.at.nii.ac.jp/

Open source repository module for AJAX-oriented contents management system; NetCommons developed at NII, Japan.

 

Wildfire

http://wildfire.eldoc.ub.rug.nl/?pLanguage=en

University of Groningen Digital Library-developed repository software.

 

Zentity (Microsoft) formerly called "Famulus"

http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/downloads/48e60ac1-a95a-4163-a23d-28a914007743/

Microsoft's Research Output Repository Platform. Release May 2009.

 

 

Repository-like systems in other fields

 

e-infrastructure

iRODS

https://www.irods.org

gCube

http://www.gcube-system.org/

 

Semantic web platforms

Talis Triple Store

http://www.talis.com

Tupelo

http://tupeloproject.org

 

Commercial companies

e.g. Microsoft's Research-Output Repository Platform

http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/downloads/48e60ac1-a95a-4163-a23d-28a914007743/

 

Content-type repositories

Flickr

YouTube

Slideshare

 

Personal document repositories

Zoho

http://www.zoho.com/

GoogleDocs

http://docs.google.com

PublicationsList

http://publicationslist.org/

 

Comments (2)

Dorothea Salo said

at 5:20 pm on Apr 21, 2009

More Fedora front ends include:

Islandora: http://vre.upei.ca/dev/islandora

The Fascinator: http://fascinator.usq.edu.au/trac

OpenETD: http://rucore.libraries.rutgers.edu/open/projects/openetd/

Muradora (just restarted development): http://www.muradora.org/muradora

R. John Robertson said

at 1:47 pm on Apr 22, 2009

There seems to be a bit of confusion over commercial / free / open source / propriety

Microsoft's repository platform' Famulus' = Microsoft's Research-Output Repository - it's free but based on commercial software

ArchivalWare (PTFS) and Digitool are both commercial repository products

There's also Intralibrary - http://www.intrallect.com/ a commercial repositiory product that started as a learning object repository but is now a generic repository product with some realtively high profile users (w.r.t. learning materials).

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