Welcome to the TRR228DB
The TRR228DB is the project-database of the DFG-funded Transregional Collaborative Research Centre 228. The database is able to archive and provide all research data that are created by the project participants. This includes measured/modeled data, reports, presentations, publications, and pictures. In addition, purchased geodata is available for the project participants. All data is provided with correponding metadata. Depending on the respective rights, the download access may be restricted.
December 30th, 2020
TRR228 Metadata Schema for the Description of Research Data in the TRR228DB successfully published
The TRR228DB Metadata Schema is a structured list of metadata properties chosen to describe all data in the TRR228DB with accurate metadata. The Schema is designed in compliance with the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative and DataCite (Version 4.3). It is expanded with elements from ISO 19115, INSPIRE, Data Documentation Initiative (DDI), as well as various properties appropriate to the supported data types and specific properties related to the CRC/TRR228 project background.
The Schema is available for download at DOI: 10.5880/TRR228DB.6.
January 13th, 2020
Data Policy successfully adopted
The CRC/TRR228 Project Database Data Policy - the Guidelines concerning the handling of CRC/TRR228 data - was successfully adopted by the CRC Executive Board. The policy forms part of the CRC's statutes (Appendix IV) and should therefore be acknowledged by all CRC member, associated members and users of the TRR228DB. The policy is available for download in the FAQ section.
December 23rd, 2019
November 8th, 2019
At the annual CRC / TRR228 retreat (6th - 8th November, 2019) in the Eifel Monastery Steinfeld, one session was dedicated to the topic ‘Data Management and Data Sharing’. The presentation slides are available for download here.
November 3rd, 2019
Some statistics and charts on the TRR228DB data are now available. They can be accessed at the main menu bar of the TRR228DB website via the tab Statistics.
October 8th, 2019
The paper "Etablierung von Forschungsdatenmanagement-Services in geowissenschaftlichen Sonderforschungsbereichen am Beispiel des SFB/Transregio 32, SFB 1211 und SFB/ Transregio 228" has been published in the journal Bausteine Forschungsdatenmanagement. It describes experiences in setting up data management services within the CRC/TRR228. The paper is available for download here.
October 1st, 2019
A workshop on ' Workshop on research data management in social sciences - FOCUS: Data protection in research projects' in cooperation with GESIS will be held on Monday, November 25th, 2019 at University of Cologne (Institute of Geography, Modulbau, room Ü5). The workshop will focus especially on research ethics & data protection, informed consent, as well as anonymization of social science data. This workshop will be held by Dr. Anja Perry, who is responsible for data acquisition at the data archive for social sciences at the Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences (GESIS). All TRR228 members are invited (especially PhD students and PostDocs) and particularly encouraged to attend the workshop. Please register for the workshop until November 15th.
September 30th, 2019
The workshop module 2 'Practical training to the CRC/TRR228 Project Database' will be held on Monday, October 21st, 2019 at University of Cologne (Institute of Geography, computer lab B). All TRR228 members are invited (especially PhD students and PostDocs) and particularly encouraged to attend the workshop.
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