MyScienceWork Announces the Launch of PolarisOS: the Innovative Open Source Solution for Archiving and Analyzing Data | Virtual-Strategy Magazine
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"The French-American start-up wanted to put the user experience at the heart of the development of its new 100% flexible solution. It offers an interface that meets requirements of the new generation of institutional archives: – A configurable and intelligent API Store and pay-per-view data models for recovering and transforming all types of data; – An administrator console accessible to all for the implementation of the solution; – Tools for analysis, valuation and visualization of research results. The additional value: the control of his data within his institution for a thorough analysis of projects and support for strategic decision-making. “MyScienceWork is committed to be the trusted collaboration network for the publishing community and our PolarisOS platform will provide the academic institution community to have a publisher neutral institutional repository,” states Virginie Simon, CEO, MyScienceWork. PolarisOS, an interconnected solution PolarisOS integrates into the ecosystem of research institutes by recovering/exporting all types of data (scientific, technological, financial and managerial) from / to existing information systems or the Internet to model them, to clean up, structure and enrich them. Research / Innovation, Communication, Library Each department has a common framework for access to information via dedicated interfaces. The statistics sharing and retrieval functionalities provide a concrete answer to the issues of visibility, quotation / dissemination and impact measurement of research institutes. A bias: open source An activist for open science since its beginnings, MyScienceWork has chosen to share the PolarisOS code on GitHub. This choice responds to the need for research institutes to have open, independent and sustainable solutions. In a constantly changing tech environment, the start-up believes in the importance of sharing knowledge...."