Re: [MORPHMET] Re: Open Access Repositories for GMM data and 3D models

2017-01-20 Thread Ashleigh Haruda
Dear all,

Thank you so much for your replies- they have all been incredibly helpful.
I'm really pleased to know that there are free archives to deposit data
which has given me much more wiggle room in my budgets. Do keep any
suggestions/comments/reviews coming. I'll be compiling a list/spreadsheet
for any that would like to keep track of these as well.

Many thanks MORPHMET!

Ashleigh

Ashleigh Haruda, Ph.D.

Ashleigh Haruda, Ph.D.


On Fri, Jan 20, 2017 at 9:15 PM, terrielsimmons 
wrote:

> Hi Ashleigh,
>
> The NIH 3D Print Exchange will take all kinds of 3D models, and associated
> files can be included in the zip (https://3dprint.nih.gov/discover). It's
> free to use and you can select the licensing, upload additional pics and
> info. Embodi3D started as a biomedical site, but the model categories have
> expanded into paleontology, anthropology, miscellaneous, and research (
> https://www.embodi3d.com/files/). You can also pick your licensing. No
> DOIs on these sites, although the NIH site has catalog numbers and at some
> point were planning to implement DOIs.
>
> For my own models, I am considering using Figshare to get a DOI for the
> collection and then using the above sites for the individual models.
>
> Terrie Simmons-Ehrhardt
>
> On Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 11:49:54 AM UTC-5, ashleigh.haruda wrote:
>
>> Dear All,
>>
>> I've been investigating open access repositories to deposit both 3D
>> models as well as GMM data and have been struggling to find any which offer
>> built-in support and pricing for these types of data. I work mainly with
>> zooarchaeological specimens, so I am most familiar with archaeological
>> repositories such as Open Context and ADS. Does anyone have any other
>> suggestions for good open access sites? I'm particularly interested in
>> those which already have support in place, without having to create
>> customized plans for acquisition and pricing.
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Ashleigh
>> Ashleigh Haruda, Ph.D.
>>
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[MORPHMET] Re: Open Access Repositories for GMM data and 3D models

2017-01-20 Thread Zack Daugherty
I have been using Open Science Framework https://osf.io/ which is a very 
user friendly platform in my dissertation work.  It also has the ability to 
mint DOIs.

Zack
Zack Daugherty, PhD Candidate
University of Miami


On Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 11:49:54 AM UTC-5, ashleigh.haruda wrote:
>
> Dear All, 
>
> I've been investigating open access repositories to deposit both 3D models 
> as well as GMM data and have been struggling to find any which offer 
> built-in support and pricing for these types of data. I work mainly with 
> zooarchaeological specimens, so I am most familiar with archaeological 
> repositories such as Open Context and ADS. Does anyone have any other 
> suggestions for good open access sites? I'm particularly interested in 
> those which already have support in place, without having to create 
> customized plans for acquisition and pricing. 
>
> Cheers, 
>
> Ashleigh
> Ashleigh Haruda, Ph.D.
>

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