FAIMS 3.0 Electronic Field Notebooks

Affiliated institutions: Macquarie University

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Description: A platform for field research supporting digital data capture and management in diverse situations.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


Overview • Bibliography • Design • Project • Community • Team • Timeline Overview In December 2019 the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) awarded a team of researchers led by Macquarie University $600,000 over three years to build a digital platform for data collection in the field and offline. This was matched by $720,920 in co-investment from project partners. What are we doing? This proje...


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