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Published January 19, 2022 | Version v.2
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OCTOPUS Database v.2: Relational database schema and documentation

  • 1. School of Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences, and ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW 2522, Australia

Description

This repository includes information pertaining to the relational database behind OCTOPUS v.2.

OCTOPUS v.2 is an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) compliant web-enabled database that allows users to visualise, query, and download cosmogenic 10Be and 26Alluminescence, and radiocarbon ages and denudation rates associated with erosional landscapes, Quaternary depositional landforms and archaeological records, along with associated geospatial (vector and raster) data layers. The database follows the FAIR data principles and is based on open-source software deployed on Google Cloud Platform. Data stored in the database can be visualised, queried, and downloaded via a custom-built web interface and via desktop GIS applications that support OGC data access protocols. OCTOPUS can export data to various formats directly, including GML, JSON, Google Earth KLM and KMZ, and ESRI shapefile.

OCTOPUS-v2_Relational_Database_Schema-v.1.pdf: diagrammatic representation of the OCTOPUS v.2 relational database schema.

OCTOPUS-v2_SchemaSpy_Documentation-v.2.zip: queryable relational database documentation generated using SchemaSpy. To start, run: SchemaSpy/index.html.

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Funding

ARC Centres of Excellence - Grant ID: CE170100015 CE170100015
Australian Research Council