CLARIN INL Portal

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General information
URL https://portal.clarin.inl.nl
Description The focus of CLARIN INT Portal is on resources that are relevant to the lexicological study of the Dutch language and on resources relevant for research in and development of language and speech technology. For Example: lexicons, lexical databases, text corpora, speech corpora, language and speech technology tools, etc. The resources are: Cornetto-LMF (Lexicon Markup Framework), Corpus of Contemporary Dutch (Corpus Hedendaags Nederlands), Corpus Gysseling, Corpus VU-DNC (VU University Diachronic News text Corpus), Dictionary of the Frisian Language (Woordenboek der Friese Taal), DuELME-LMF (Lexicon Markup Framework), Language Portal (Taalportaal), Namescape, NERD (Named Entity Recognition and Disambiguation) and TICCLops (Text-Induced Corpus Clean-up online processing system).re3data record: http://doi.org/10.17616/R3DP72
Organisation CLARIN-ERIC, Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal, CLARIN-NL, CLARIAH

National service



Type of service Storage facility
Legislation Netherlands
Usage and appreciation 19 resources and tools



Support organisation Support organisation can be contacted at servicedesk@inl.nl



Context
Stage in the research project During, After
Postion within the research process5. Giving access to data
Domain 5. Public Domain
Type of data 1. Raw data and data sets, 2. Data collections and structured databases, 3. Processed data and data representations
Data curation4. Preservation action, 5. Store, 6. Acces, use and re-use
Data classification Klasse 3 voor openbare informatie
Administrative information
Funding CLARIN-INL



Depositor agreement The Repository “CLARIN Centre INL” gives access to language resources and tools from the INL and other CLARIN Members.


See also: https://portal.clarin.inl.nl/doc/information_about_deposition.pdf
User agreement See:  https://portal.clarin.inl.nl/doc/end_user_license_agreement_INT.pdf



Policy Privacy policy: https://portal.clarin.inl.nl/doc/Data_Protection_Code_of_Conduct_INT.pdf


Intellectual property The data producer will always remain the proprietor. CLARIN Centre INL receives a copy of which it must take good care, according to the terms of the license contract and the terms and conditions for use.
In connection with copyright law, some products or tools are only accessible with a user ID and password.
Data curation strategy This infrastructure aims to be stable, permanent, accessible and expandable; DSA compliant
Target group
Faculty Humanities
Primary target group Linguistics



Secondary target group Literary studies; Political science; History



Classification of the service
Availability Continuous



Integrity To ensure the integrity of the data sets, for every deposited file a checksum (md5 type) is made which allows us to check for defects of the data over the years.
Once deposited, files in data sets are never changed and only minor changes to the metadata are allowed. For example: correction of spelling, minor changes in documentation, additional documentation added. Changes to the data themselves will be issued as a new version of the dataset, which will obtain a new persistent identifier. These changes are only made in close collaboration with the producer of the dataset.
Confidentiality CLARIN-INL has a privacy policy written donw in the code of conduct: https://portal.clarin.inl.nl/doc/Data_Protection_Code_of_Conduct_INT.pdf
Formats
Accepted metadata formats CMDI
Accepted content types Data presented for deposition need to be supplied with all information that is essential for sustainable data management and future use.
Moreover, the data should be provided in standard formats endorsed by CLARIN EU (http://clarin.eu/node/2320).
Accepted preferred formats The data should be provided in standard formats endorsed by CLARIN EU (http://clarin.eu/node/2320).
Accepteerde file formats CLARIN Standard formats: http://clarin.eu/node/2320
Storage
Maximum size of deposits n.a.
Version management No
Quality control Depositor is responsible for the quality of the data set
Access
Access requirements No
Tools / Interfaces for access No
(Persistent) identifiers DOI
Preservation
Long term guarantees DSA
Complies with international standards for trusted repositories DSA certified
Preservation strategy This infrastructure aims to be stable, permanent, accessible and expandable.
Data presented for deposition need to be supplied with all information that is essential for sustainable data management and future use.
Data producers are encouraged to supply additional documentation of the data or links to publications (using persistent identifiers) about the data. The publications are stored in the repository (given that permission is granted) while the documentation is archived in the OAI/PMH accessible data repository.
Costs
Storage No
Access No
Preservation DSA complaint: this infrastructure aims to be stable, permanent, accessible and expandable;No
Special conditions
Agreements with Leiden University None
Risks