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Description: This project contains documentation describing the RMap Project including the grant proposal, use cases, and communication materials. The RMap Project was an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation-funded initiative undertaken by the Data Conservancy, Portico, and IEEE. The goal of the RMap Project was to produce a prototype framework that makes it possible to preserve the many-to-many complex relationships among scholarly publications and their underlying data, thereby supporting the continual development of scholarly communication and digital publishing.

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Overview The RMap Project (short for "Research Map") was an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation-funded initiative undertaken by: Johns Hopkins University’s Data Conservancy - a data curation organization IEEE - the world’s largest technical professional organization and publisher of nearly a third of the world’s technical literature in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics. * Portic...

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  • Use cases | Registered: 2019-04-04 15:20 UTC

    Choudhury, Wittenberg, Grenier & 16 more
    Use case documentation for the RMap Project

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  • Papers, demonstrations, and presentations | Registered: 2019-04-04 15:20 UTC

    Choudhury, Wittenberg, Grenier & 16 more

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