Arts eResearch have released Heurist to open source. For more information visit the Google Code site.
We provide the technical resources that underpin the Dictionary of Sydney, a major ARC funded public history project. While we continue to support the regular publishing of this extensive online resource we are also working on mobile delivery methods.
Steven Hayes is the person you are most likely to deal with on a day-to-day basis when you work with Arts eResearch. He will work with you to build an understanding of your research data and help you model this in Heurist.
Arts eResearch seeks to change the culture of research and push the boundaries of what is possible in eResearch through supporting and partnering researchers and students
Enhancing scholarship and collaboration by connecting people, ideas and innovative digital solutions Arts eResearch assists staff and graduate students in incorporating digital methods at all stages of their research and teaching projects, from initial scoping and grant-writing through information collection, management, analysis and visualisation, to the design of sustainable web sites and the archiving of research materials in the Sydney eScholarship repository. We combine domain knowledge in the Humanities with the technical expertise required to develop software tools and integration at all levels. The unit can help develop data models, break down project requirements into components, integrate existing tools (mainly free and open source) to support project needs, develop strategies and workflows for data collection and develop new tools where needed.
Arts eResearch (established 2011) developed out of the Archaeological Computing Laboratory (established 1992) via the Digital Innovation Unit - a Humanities eResearch collaboration with PARADISEC and Sydney eScholarship between 2007 and 2010.