Medici is designed to support any data format and multiple research domains and contains three major extension points: preprocessing, processing and previewing. When new data is added to the system, whether it is via the web application, or through the RESTful services, preprocessing is off-loaded to extraction services in charge of extracting appropriate data and metadata. The extraction services attempt to extract information and run preprocessing steps based on the type of the data, for example to create previews. This raw metadata is presented to the user in the Medici web client.
- Luigi Marini
- Mostafa Elag, Mark Fredricksen, Yibo Guo, Will Hennessy, William Ingram, Varun Kethineedi, Rob Kooper, Avinash Kumar, Luigi Marini, Kenton McHenry, Christopher Navarro, Nishant Nayudu, Michal Ondrejcek, Sandeep Puthanveetil Satheesan, Marcus Slavenas, Xiaocheng Yuan
- Dirk Colbry, Alan Craig, Mostafa Elag, Mark Fredricksen, Yibo Guo, Will Hennessy, William Ingram, Peishi JIANG, Varun Kethineedi, steve konstanty, Avinash Kumar, Jong Lee, Kenton McHenry, Nishant Nayudu, Adeet Shah, Michael Simeone, Jens Wiegand, Xiaocheng Yuan
- Liana Diesendruck, Joe Futrelle, Jeffrey Gaynor, Rui Liu, Saurabh Malviya, Joshua Marner, Dave Mattson, Terry McLaren, Luis Mendez, Joel Plutchak, Indira Gutierrez Polo, Rattanachai Ramaithitima, Eugene Roeder, Brian Sawicki, Nicholas Tenczar, Ashwini Vaidya, Yudong Zhang, Inna Zharnitsky
Archived : This project is archived and is no longer actively maintained. Confluence, JIRA and source code are available, and we will be able to assist if you have any questions. Any issues reported will be stored in the bug tracking system, but might not get fixed.