On request, LiRI takes care of data processing and data conversion, also
LiRI team members support researchers also with regard to general questions about metadata schemes for linguistic data, choice of license, etc.
If you are interested in a collaboration with LiRI to process and prepare your research data for long-term archival, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Researchers in linguistic subfields at PhD level and above can publish and archive data free of charge since September 2022, if their institution is represented in the CLARIN CH consortium and if they have a SWITCH edu-ID.
Institutions represented in the CLARIN CH consortium:
LiRI and LaRS collaborate with SWISSUbase, the online platform where researchers can deposit their linguistic research data, choose the appropriate license and access permission. The metadata descriptions have been specifically developed in collaboration between LiRI Data Acquistion Officer and LaRS to serve the needs of linguistics and its sub-disciplines, to well describe and to enhance data retrieval. After submission, your data will be curated and archived by the LaRS team of experts in line with FAIR principles. Thanks to the partnership with the CLARIN-CH consortium, these services are free for the CLARIN-CH community.
|Findable||Metadata sets are machine- and human-readable, and data are assigned a persistent identifier (DOI).|
|Accessible||Access to the data is clearly defined, e.g. open access, restricted, closed etc.|
|Interoperable||Open formats are used to ensure that (meta)data are compatible with different computer systems.|
|Reusable||The license clearly specifies under which conditions the research data can be used.|