Development Of Tool Interfaces And Data Standards For Enabling Remote Secondary Analysis Of Qualitative Data (2005–2006)

Abstract:
This proposal will promote sharing and rapid secondary analysis of natural language and other qualitative data by providing interface standards between qualitative analysis systems, and will enhance the integration of analytic methods through improved archiving. This will be achieved by the construction and dissemination of open standards for the efficient, flexible transport and storage of annotation metadata, along with demonstrated implementations of these standards in qualitative tools. At the current stage of development of e-Social Science, the provision of middleware for collaborative work is more important than large-scale computational capability. The initiative will leverage existing ARC investment in qualitative data archiving.
Grant type:
ARC Special Research Initiatives - E-Research
Researchers:
Funded by:
Australian Research Council