Investigating Emulation as a Service for Reproducible Research at Yale

Presentation given at the 2020 Librarians Building Momentum for Reproducible Research virtual conference.    

Presentations, Resources

Emulating the International Monetary Fund Government Finance Statistics CD-ROMs (Node Reflections: Stanford)

Stanford University Libraries is thrilled to be participating in the Emulation-as-a-Service Infrastructure project (EaaSI). This is an effort to build a distributed network for sharing and preserving software led by Yale University Libraries with the generous support of the Andrew …Continue Emulating the International Monetary Fund Government Finance Statistics CD-ROMs (Node Reflections: Stanford)

News, Staff Updates

EaaSI Wikidata Report: January 2020

This report describes the current state of entity data in the Wikidata knowledge base for the domain of computing between January 2018 and January 2020.

Reports, Resources

Jessica Meyerson

As SPN Community Cultivation Advisor, Jessica Meyerson manages staff – ensuring that our work adheres to core principles of transparency, responsiveness, and engagement; oversees shared measurement across SPN Affiliated Projects, Working Groups and other initiatives to enable data-driven decision making …Continue Jessica Meyerson

Bios, Staff,

EaaSI Update October-November 2019

The Future of EaaSI October 3, 2020 marked the first time every member of the EaaSI team was gathered in the same place. Team members came to New Haven came from Germany, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin to present the achievements …Continue EaaSI Update October-November 2019

News, Project Updates

Soup to Nuts: Simulating Software

The purpose of the Soup to Nuts exercise is to revisit your Software & Collection Inventory and Scenarios for Use & Access to determine if those software cases/examples are still the cases/examples that you want to configure and test in …Continue Soup to Nuts: Simulating Software

Resources, Templates

EaaSI Wikidata Report: October 2019

This report describes the current state of entity data in the Wikidata knowledge base for the domain of computing between January 2018 and October 2019.

Reports, Resources

An Introduction to Emulation

Presentation at the NYU Institute for Fine Arts’ workshop “Digital Preservation: Caring for Digital Art Objects.”    

Presentations, Resources

Software Curation: Intersection of Policy and Practice

Panel presentation at Maintainers III in Washington, D.C. in October 2019 featuring perspectives on the materials that have to be maintained around the software in order to make the software meaningful including: research data curation librarian, service provider, legal expert, …Continue Software Curation: Intersection of Policy and Practice

Presentations, Resources

EaaSI Update August – September 2019

Spreading the Word Multithreading Software Preservation and Emulation August began with the day-long Multithreading Software Preservation and Emulation workshop at the Austin Public Library during the 2019 SAA Conference. The event included introductions to the Fostering Communities of Practice cohort …Continue EaaSI Update August – September 2019

News, Project Updates

Who Preserves EaaSI?: In Pursuit of an EaaSI Preservation Package

Greetings from Claire Fox, EaaSI Summer Intern My name is Claire Fox, and I’m a graduate student in the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program at New York University. I’ve been spending my summer at Yale University Libraries Digital Preservation …Continue Who Preserves EaaSI?: In Pursuit of an EaaSI Preservation Package

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EaaSI Update June-July 2019

EaaSI Open Source Software Sandbox We were thrilled to release the EaaSI Open Source Software Sandbox on July 17!. The Sandbox is open to the public and includes sample emulation environments with open source operating systems and applications. We wanted …Continue EaaSI Update June-July 2019

News, Project Updates

Why EaaSI? System Overview

Summary: This webinar, entitled “Why EaaSI? System Overview,” addresses questions such as: What problem is EaaSI trying to solve? What are EaaSI core functions and underlying design concepts? Why are approaching it this way? How is EaaSI different from EaaS? …Continue Why EaaSI? System Overview

Resources, Webinars

Legal and Institutional Policy Frameworks

Summary: This webinar, entitled “Legal and Institutional Policy Frameworks,” addresses questions such as: When you don’t collect software as an object, why do you do it? What role(s) does/do software play in your organizations and their long-term collection and preservation …Continue Legal and Institutional Policy Frameworks

Resources, Webinars

EaaSI Wikidata Report: July 2019

This report describes the current state of entity data in the Wikidata knowledge base for the domain of computing between January 2018 and July 2019.

Reports, Resources

Participatory Design for Long-term Access: User Research, Software Preservation, and Emulation

EaaSI presentation given at Open Repositories in Hamburg, Germany in June 2019

Presentations, Resources

EaaSI Update April-May 2019

Introducing PortalMedia! In the first week of April, the EaaSI project team convened (in-person and virtually) with its newest member, PortalMedia, to kickoff planning for updates to the EaaSI system’s user experience and interface. PortalMedia comes to us from the great …Continue EaaSI Update April-May 2019

News, Project Updates

Navigating Legacy Software Collections

Eagle-eyed EaaSI-watchers may have noticed the “Student Staff” section on our team page – we’ve been extremely lucky over the course of the program to have employed a number of super talented Yale students, and want to highlight their amazing contributions to …Continue Navigating Legacy Software Collections

News, Staff Updates

EaaSI Wikidata Report: April 2019

This report describes the current state of entity data in the Wikidata knowledge base for the domain of computing between January 2018 and April 2019.

Reports, Resources

Using ShEx to Investigate Data about Software and File Formats in Wikidata

1. What is ShEx? Shape Expressions, commonly known as ShEx, is a constraint language for modeling and validating RDF data. As stated in this paper (http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2042/paper40.pdf ), XML Schema is to XML what ShEx is to RDF. A great place to …Continue Using ShEx to Investigate Data about Software and File Formats in Wikidata

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