Fine-grained list of all tools, by content type and life-cycle stage.

Audio

Audio: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Clipper 
Rescarta 

Audio: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

CDRDAO (CDR Disk At Once) 
Easy CD-DA Extractor 
Exact Audio Copy 
IsoBuster 
Paranoia 

Audio: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

BWF MetaEdit 
Easy CD-DA Extractor 
Exact Audio Copy 
ExifTool 
GetID3() 
Libsafe 
Mdqc 
MediaInfo 
Rescarta 

Audio: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Audio: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

BWF MetaEdit 
Easy CD-DA Extractor 
Exact Audio Copy 
ExifTool 
GetID3() 
MP3val 
Mdqc 
Media conch 
MediaInfo 
XMP metadata support in J... 
XcorrSound 

Audio: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Audio/Video to WAV Conver... 
DBpoweramp Music Converte... 
Easy CD-DA Extractor 
Exact Audio Copy 
FFmpeg 
MP3val 
MPG321 
Mdqc 
VLC Media Player 
XcorrSound 

Audio: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Media conch 

Audio: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Binary Data

Binary Data: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Binary Data: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Binary Data: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Bless 
Hex Workshop 
WxHexEditor 

Binary Data: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Binary Data: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

Binary Data: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Binary Data: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Binary Data: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Container

Container: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Container: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Container: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Container: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Container: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

Container: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

7-Zip 
Filzip 
Gzip 
Tar 
WinZip 

Container: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Container: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Database

Database: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

SIARDexcerpt 

Database: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

DeepArc 

Database: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

KOST-Val 
NESSTAR 
XArch 

Database: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Database: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

KOST-Val 
NESSTAR 
SIARD-VAL 
SIARDexcerpt 

Database: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

AccessToSiard 
CHRONOS 
CSV2SIARD 
DANS (Data Archiving and ... 
DANS MIXED 
Db-preservation-toolkit 
DeepArc 
KOST-Val 
MIXED (Migration to Inter... 
RODA DBML 
SIARD Suite 
SIARD-VAL 
SIARDexcerpt 

Database: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Database: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Disk Image

Disk Image: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Disk Image: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

AFF Open Source Computer ... 
Disktype 
IsoBuster 
KryoFlux 
Paranoia 
QPxTool 

Disk Image: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Disktype 
Gumshoe 
The Carve Path Zero-stora... 
The Sleuth Kit 

Disk Image: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Disk Image: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

Disktype 
Gumshoe 

Disk Image: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

7-Zip 

Disk Image: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Disk Image: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Document

Document: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Library of Congress Newsp... 
MPP Viewer 
Rescarta 

Document: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Tabula 

Document: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Apache PDFBox 
Apache POI - the Java API... 
EpubCheck 
Exempi 
IText 
KOST-Val 
Libsafe 
ODF Validator 
Officeparser.py 
PDF Tools (by Didier Stev... 
Pdftk 
Peepdf 
Python XMP Toolkit 
Qpdf 
Rescarta 
Xpdf 

Document: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Document: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

3-Heights(TM) PDF Validat... 
Apache PDFBox 
Apache POI - the Java API... 
CSV Validator 
Dependency Discovery Tool 
EpubCheck 
Exempi 
Flint 
IText 
KOST-Val 
ODF Validator 
Officeparser.py 
PDF Tools (by Didier Stev... 
PDFTron PDF-A Manager 
Pdftk 
Peepdf 
Python XMP Toolkit 
Qpdf 
VeraPDF 
Xpdf 

Document: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Antiword 
Apache PDFBox 
Apache POI - the Java API... 
Calibre 
Catdoc & xls2csv 
KOST-Val 
LuraDocument PDF Compress... 
MPP Viewer 
PDFTron PDF-A Manager 
Pdftk 
Qpdf 
Xpdf 

Document: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Document: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

EBook

EBook: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

EBook: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

EBook: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

EpubCheck 

EBook: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

EBook: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

EpubCheck 
Flint 

EBook: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Calibre 

EBook: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

EBook: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Email

Email: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Email: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Email: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

EPADD 
GFI MailArchiver 
InBoxer 
Muse 
Proofpoint Enterprise Arc... 

Email: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Email: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

EPADD 

Email: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Emailchemy 
WMDecode 

Email: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Email: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Emailchemy 

Geospatial

Geospatial: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Geospatial: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Geospatial: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Geospatial: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Geospatial: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

USGS Formal metadata: inf... 

Geospatial: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Geospatial: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Geospatial: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Image

Image: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

IIPImage 
Library of Congress Newsp... 

Image: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Artivity 

Image: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

EMET (Embedded Metadata E... 
EXIF to DC XML normaliser 
Exempi 
ExifTool 
Jp2StructCheck 
Jpylyzer 
KOST-Simy 
KOST-Val 
Libsafe 
Mdqc 
OpenJPEG 
Python XMP Toolkit 

Image: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Image: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

AsTiffTagViewer 
Bad Peggy 
Checkit tiff 
EMET (Embedded Metadata E... 
EXIF to DC XML normaliser 
Exempi 
ExifTool 
Exiv2 
Fingerdet 
ImageVerifier 
Jp2StructCheck 
Jpylyzer 
KOST-Simy 
KOST-Val 
Matchbox Tool 
Mdqc 
OpenJPEG 
Python XMP Toolkit 
TIFF-Val 

Image: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

AsTiffTagViewer 
Bad Peggy 
Checkit tiff 
EXIF to DC XML normaliser 
Fingerdet 
Fixit tiff 
ImageMagick 
ImageVerifier 
IrfanView 
JJ2000 
Jp2StructCheck 
Jpylyzer 
KOST-Simy 
KOST-Val 
Kakadu 
Matchbox Tool 
Mdqc 
OpenJPEG 
TIFF-Val 

Image: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Image: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Project Management Data

Project Management Data: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

MPP Viewer 

Project Management Data: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Project Management Data: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Project Management Data: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Project Management Data: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

Project Management Data: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

MPP Viewer 

Project Management Data: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Project Management Data: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Research Data

Research Data: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Clipper 
Rescarta 

Research Data: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Artivity 
CRunch 
Kepler 
LabTrove 
MyExperiment 
Tabula 
Taverna 

Research Data: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

DMPonline 
Data Vault 
DataFlow 
DataStage 
Dataverse 
MyExperiment 
NESSTAR 
ReDBox 
Rescarta 
Taverna 
The Dataverse Network Pro... 

Research Data: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Research Data: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

CSV Validator 
DataCite 
NESSTAR 
ReDBox 

Research Data: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Research Data: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

CARDIO 
D-Net Software Kit 
DMAOnline (Data Managemen... 
DMPTool 
DMPonline 
Data Asset Framework 
DataCite 
OPD for RDM 

Research Data: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

CRunch 
D-Net Software Kit 
DMPTool 
DMPonline 
Data Vault 
DataCite 
DataStage 
Dataverse 
Kepler 
LabTrove 
MyExperiment 
Taverna 

Software

Software: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Software: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Software: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

EXE Explorer 

Software: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Software: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

EXE Explorer 

Software: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

KEEP Emulation Framework 
Recompute 

Software: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Software: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Spreadsheet

Spreadsheet: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Spreadsheet: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Spreadsheet: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Lingfo 
Officeparser.py 

Spreadsheet: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Spreadsheet: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

CSV Validator 
Dependency Discovery Tool 
Lingfo 
Officeparser.py 

Spreadsheet: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Lingfo 
MIXED (Migration to Inter... 
Ssconvert 

Spreadsheet: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Spreadsheet: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Video

Video: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Clipper 

Video: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

IsoBuster 
Paranoia 
TubeKit 

Video: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

ExifTool 
GetID3() 
Libsafe 
Mdqc 
MediaInfo 
NARA Video Frame Analyzer 

Video: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Video: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

DV Analyzer 
ExifTool 
GetID3() 
Mdqc 
Media conch 
MediaInfo 
NARA Video Frame Analyzer 
Qctools 

Video: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

Audio/Video to WAV Conver... 
DV Analyzer 
FFmpeg 
Mdqc 
NARA Video Frame Analyzer 
Open Video Converter 
Qctools 
VLC Media Player 

Video: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Media conch 

Video: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

Web

Web: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

Wayback Machine 
Web Archive Discovery 

Web: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

Archive-It 
ArchiveFacebook 
DeepArc 
GNU Wget 
HTTrack 
Heritrix 
Khtml2png 
NetarchiveSuite 
NutchWAX 
Pearl Crescent Page Saver 
SiteStory 
Snagit 
Storytracker 
TubeKit 
WAS (Web Archiving Servic... 
WCT (Web Curator Tool) 
WarcManager 
Warrick 
Wayback Machine 
WebShot 
Webkit2png 

Web: Cross-Lifecycle Functions

Functions that operate across the digital lifecycle and therefore cannot be easily categorised by DCC Lifecycle Stage.

Archive-It 
JWAT 
WAS (Web Archiving Servic... 
Warctools 
Web Archive Discovery 

Web: Dispose

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Dispose of data, which has not been selected for long-term curation and preservation in accordance with documented policies, guidance or legal requirements. Typically data may be transferred to another archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. In some instances data is destroyed. The data's nature may, for legal reasons, necessitate secure destruction."

Web: Ingest

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Transfer data to an archive, repository, data centre or other custodian. Adhere to documented guidance, policies or legal requirements."

JWAT 
SAFE Archive Audit System 
WCT (Web Curator Tool) 
Warctools 
Web Application Testing w... 
Web Archive Discovery 

Web: Preservation Action

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Undertake actions to ensure long-term preservation and retention of the authoritative nature of data. Preservation actions should ensure that data remains authentic, reliable and usable while maintaining its integrity. Actions include data cleaning, validation, assigning preservation metadata, assigning representation information and ensuring acceptable data structures or file formats."

DeepArc 
JWAT 
Web Application Testing w... 

Web: Preservation Planning

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Plan for preservation throughout the curation lifecycle of digital material. This would include plans for management and administration of all curation lifecycle actions."

Web Archive Discovery 

Web: Store

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle stage defined as "Store the data in a secure manner adhering to relevant standards."

SAFE Archive Audit System 

~Not Content Type Specific~

~Not Content Type Specific~: Access, Use and Reuse

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Ensure that data is accessible to both designated users and reusers, on a day-to-day basis. This may be in the form of publicly available published information. Robust access controls and authentication procedures may be applicable."

ArchivesSpace 
Archon 
CollectiveAccess 
DSpace 
Djatoka 
EPrints 
EnCase eDiscovery 
LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Ke... 
MRU-Blaster 
Microsoft Office 2003 Add... 
Microsoft Office 2003/XP ... 
Omeka 
Project Blacklight 
RapidRedact 
Recollection 
Redact-It 
Redax 
Rosetta 
Simile Exhibit 
SobekCM 
TReSy 
The Open Video Digital Li... 
UpLib 
Voyeur 
Wayfinder 
XPAT 

~Not Content Type Specific~: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Functions that support the DCC Lifecycle Stage defined as "Create data including administrative, descriptive, structural and technical metadata. Preservation metadata may also be added at the time of creation. Receive data, in accordance with documented collecting policies, from data creators, other archives, repositories or data centres, and if required assign appropriate metadata."

BIL (BagIt Library) 
BagIt Transfer Utilities 
CloneCD 
ContextMiner 
Cp Unix command 
Cryptcat 
Curate.Us 
Dc3dd for computer forens... 
Dcfldd 
Dd Unix command 
DriveImage XML 
Find It! Keep It! 
GetDriveInfo2 
Goobi