NAKALA by Huma-Num Service NAKALA is a repository based on Semantic Web technologies Dissemination> Preservation> Preservation Metadata > Storage-Preservation Open Archival Information Systems > Storage-Preservation Data Metadata Repository Semantic Web Technologie Persistent Identifier Triple Store Preservation Dissemination OAI-PMH RDF XML SPARQL DC Dublin Core DCTERMS 2014-09-01 2017-09-01 Huma-Num Huma-Num CNRS
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Welcome to NAKALA,
A service set up by HUMA-NUM
to deposit, document and disseminate data research.

NAKALA allows research teams, who request it, to deposit their digital data (text, sound, image or video files) in a secure repository that ensures both data accessibility and their citability over time.

The technologies used enable to make metadata interoperable, i.e. to possibly connect them with other existing repositories, and to make them harvested by specialized services such as ISIDORE.

NAKALA is part of a coherent system of services set up by the TGIR Huma-Num to facilitate the access, description, preservation and long-term archiving of SSH digital research data.

Description of Huma-Num services

You want to know more about NAKALA? See the dedicated section and the online videos on our website.

You want to browse the NAKALA content by using its "SPARQL End Point":
– Access to NAKALA SPARQL EndPoint
– NAKALA RDF Data Model
– Documentation on the NAKALA Triple Store’s use (in French)

You want to read the NAKALA technical documentation:
– Documentation on the NAKALA batch’s use (in French)
– Documentation on the NAKALA REST API’s use (in French)