The DaSCH Service Platform keeps data accessible, citable, and reusable, even as technologies change.
Search for relationships between text, metadata, annotations, markup, links, and more.
You define your data model, and Knora ensures that your data is consistent with it.
When data changes, Knora preserves past versions, so you can still view and cite them.
You decide who can view and change each item of data in your project.
Using the DSP-API and DSP-UI-LIB, a set of reusable user-interface components, you can create your own project-specific web site.
A DSP repository is a place for doing research. DSP can store texts, images, audio and video recordings, metadata, annotations, text markup, and any other data created by humanities research. It is designed for long-term preservation, and at the same time it provides powerful tools for searching, annotating, extending, linking, sharing, and reusing data.
With DSP, you can search for and link data across projects, search for dates in one calendar and find corresponding dates in other calendars, link a word in a text to an annotation of part of an image, and search for text markup across large numbers of texts.