Lunaris is a scalable, national research data discovery service provided by the Digital Research Alliance of Canada as one of its core Research Data Management services, offering text-based and map search capabilities. The bilingual Lunaris platform provides a single point of search for Canada’s multidisciplinary research data held in a variety of repositories including those of post-secondary institutions, departments at all levels of government, research organizations, and national repository initiatives. Information about datasets in the form of metadata records are harvested from repositories and made available for discovery. There are over 80,000 datasets from over 100 Canadian repositories and data collections currently indexed by Lunaris. Formerly the discovery servie of the Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR), Lunaris has become a standalone discovery website as of March 29, 2023, with FRDR providing research data storage and preservation services.
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