LOAR (Library Open Access Repository) is an open access repository for long term preservation of research data established in 2017 as a service for researchers at Danish universities.

The service makes data accessible to review for publications, enables researchers to meet requirements for Danish and European grants, and enables reuse of data where appropriate.

Information about LOAR can be found here

Communities in LOAR

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  • a leading public research university with international reach covering the entire research spectrum
  • The Royal Danish Library with museum of books, research, databases, collections and exhibitions.
  • With over 40,000 students and more than 9,000 employees, the University of Copenhagen is one of the largest institutions of research and education in the Nordic countries.

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  • Egense, Thomas
    About 30 million danish newspapers pages from 1880 to 2005 that has been digitized in the mediestream.dk project. Over 98% of the pages are in danish, but a few other languages are present in the corpus as well. This ...
  • Egense, Thomas
    Description: 55,000 e-books from Project Gutenberg (http://www.gutenberg.org/). About 35.000 books are english, but over 50 different languages are represented. The word2vec algorithm does a good job at seperating the ...
  • Det Kgl. Bibliotek
    The actual data
  • HUMlab
    This item contains the novel Niels Lyhne by J. P. Jacobsen from the Archive for Danish Literature.
  • HUMlab
    This item contains selected works by Herman Bang from the Archive for Danish Literature.

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