Heurist Academic Knowledge Management System Vsn 6

Heurist is an Open Source collaborative web database service for recording, managing, analysing, visualising, publishing and archiving richly interlinked and heterogeneous research data without the need for a dedicated server, programming or a great deal of technical support. Unlike most database systems, the structure of a database can be instantly modified and extended as research needs evolve, without affecting existing content. All interaction is through a standard web browser.

Heurist provides: web bookmarking; bibliographic functions including Zotero synchronisation; flexible data import (CSV, XML, KML, JSon, bookmarks); export of CSV, XML, JSon, KML, Gephi and archival data packages, custom reporting, network, map and timeline visualisations; web site generation and management (built-in CMS). For advanced users there is an API and the ability to extend the software with new widgets.

Heurist databases are inherently sustainable due to a well-documented and stable underlying MySQL data structure, shared hosting on a small number of servers, and a single point of maintenance (all databases use the same program code and are upgraded and patched automatically if required).

Subsequent databases can be created from within Heurist using Database > New Database.
You become the owner of the new databases created.
Browse the list of databases on this server.
You will only be able to open databases for which you have login details.
A one-stop shop for everything Heurist, including full documentation, training materials,
workshops, hosted Heurist services, exemplars and annotated database templates

Heurist Academic Knowledge Management System, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney (C) 2005-2023 University of Sydney

Team leader/designer: Ian Johnson
Lead Programmer: Artem Osmakov
Server Manager: Abed Kassis
Documentation: Ian Johnson, Vincent Sheehan, Claire Reeler
Other Programming: Tom Murtagh, Kim Jackson, Steve White, Maria Shvedova, Ireneusz Golka, Damian Evans, Mitema Emmanuel, Steven Hayes.
External Programming: Arjen Lentz, Maxim Nitikin.
Interns: Jan Jaap de Groot, Marco Springer, Erik Baiij, Tobias Peirick, Hanna Chamoun

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