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ReCollect is a Bazaar package for EPrints which adds extensive data workflow support to EPrints. Fields are compatible with Datacite and INSPIRE. This plugin was created by the University of Essex (http://researchdataessex.posterous.com/) and packaged by the University of Southampton as part of the DataPool project (http://datapool.soton.ac.uk/).  
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ReCollect is a Bazaar package for EPrints which transforms an EPrints install into a research data repository. Fields are compliant with the DataCite and INSPIRE metadata schema. This plugin was created by the UK Data Archive led Research Data @Essex project (http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/create-manage/projects/rd-essex). Thanks to the DataPool project at the University of Southampton (http://datapool.soton.ac.uk/) for their assistance in packaging the plugin.  
  
==Customizing ReCollect==
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Further documentation will be added here shortly, in the meantime please contact Alexis Wolton with any queries regarding use of the plugin: [mailto:awolton@essex.ac.uk awolton@essex.ac.uk]
Recollect has a large set of default fields. The aim is to create consistent field names accross the eprints community. You can easilly add or remove fields from the default ReCollect workflow by editing the dataset stage in workflows/eprints/default.xml. If you have suggestions for fields you would like added to ReCollect please email Patrick McSweeney ([mailto:pm5@ecs.soton.ac.uk pm5@ecs.soton.ac.uk])
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Revision as of 15:09, 8 April 2013

ReCollect is a Bazaar package for EPrints which transforms an EPrints install into a research data repository. Fields are compliant with the DataCite and INSPIRE metadata schema. This plugin was created by the UK Data Archive led Research Data @Essex project (http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/create-manage/projects/rd-essex). Thanks to the DataPool project at the University of Southampton (http://datapool.soton.ac.uk/) for their assistance in packaging the plugin.

Further documentation will be added here shortly, in the meantime please contact Alexis Wolton with any queries regarding use of the plugin: awolton@essex.ac.uk