Oct. 21, 2020
The Collaborative Archive & Data Research Environment (CADRE) began rolling out the beta version of its platform today and invites institutions to access CADRE through a free trial period. Users will have full access to all aspects of the release by Friday, Oct. 23.
CADRE’s cloud-based platform provides sustainable, affordable, and standardized text- and data-mining services for licensed big datasets, as well as open and non-consumptive datasets too large or unwieldy to work with in existing research library environments. CADRE is currently seeded with the Web of Science (paid tier), Microsoft Academic Graph, and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office data (available in raw format or in a relational database).
CADRE is led by Indiana University Libraries, in partnership with the Indiana University Network Science Institute and the Big Ten Academic Alliance, and supported by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences.
CADRE’s Beta Release (1.0.0-Beta) provides a stable version of the platform with new and updated functionality, including:
In addition to these updates, CADRE now offers a three-month, no-cost trial period for institutions interested in trying the platform. Trial users will access the latest features and CADRE's version of the Web of Science if the users already have institutional access to the dataset.
We will provide a walkthrough of the changes accompanying the beta launch and more information on how to take part in a CADRE trial in a brief tour on Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. ET. Register now to attend.
Anyone is still welcome to use CADRE and access the open Microsoft Academic Graph dataset, while our sponsoring partners can access the Web of Science dataset. Start working on the newest version of CADRE today.
This project is funded with IMLS award LG-70-18-0202 and is additionally supported by a unique group of cross-industry partners. CADRE’s core leadership team includes CADRE Director Jaci Wilkinson (Indiana University Libraries) and CADRE Co-Directors Jamie V. Wittenberg (University of Colorado Boulder), Patricia L. Mabry (HealthPartners Institute), Valentin Pentchev (Indiana University Network Science Institute), Xiaoran Yan (Indiana University Network Science Institute), and Robert Van Rennes (Big Ten Academic Alliance).
CADRE partner institutions include:
Stephanie Hernandez McGavin
Email: s m c g a v i n @ i u . e d u