RAMADDA is a web-based application framework that provides a broad suite of services for content and data management, publishing and collaboration. RAMADDA brings together a number of concepts and technologies to provide an easy to use but powerful system for publishing, organizing, discovering. and accessing data and other holdings. RAMADDA Is a freely available web application that runs on your own server. Java is necessary for operation.
RAMADDA provides the following features:
- Data file ingest, organization, meta-data creation and access control - Search and browse capabilities - Catalog and RSS feeds - Data services including OpenDAP, subsetting and point data access - Wiki facilities
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Extended Metadata Properties
Extraction Date:2013-05-23 21:25:07 The date when the metadata was last extracted from the GCMD system