Title NeXus Files
NeXus is a common data format for neutron, x-ray and muon science. It is developed as an international standard by scientists and programmers representing major scientific facilities in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America in order to facilitate greater cooperation in the analysis and visualisation of neutron, x-ray and muon data.
The name or short description of the Dataset. This should be the same text as the title of the page. Keep it short, but make it descriptive so others who don't know about the Dataset in question can get a general feel for what its about. Just using the name of the Dataset won't be enough (eg. "The John Smith Collection"). Including details of the source and format can help (eg. "The John Smith Collection of digitised newspapers")
Description of the Dataset. Provide details of the following: Who created the content, its source, what kind of material it is (eg. newspapers, books, websites, scientific data), its extent (how many books, pages, records, etc), its volume in terms of disk storage, what formats are present, what metadata is present, and any other useful details.
Details of any licencing restrictions. State as clearly and concisely as posible who can access the Dataset. Reference any licences by URL or attachments.
The Institution that owns the Dataset.
A link to the dataset or instructions on how to obtain a copy of the dataset for testing/dev purposes if this is possible.
The contact name for the Dataset. Type "[" and then your name to use autocomplete.This creates a link to your user profile on the wiki, including your contact details, so is the best way to add your name.
A bulleted list of possible preservation or business driven Issues or challenges. This is useful for describing ideas that might be turned into detailed Issues at a later date. Use concise bullets only. More detail can be added in Issue pages that are linked from this page.
List of Issues
A list of links to detailed Issue pages relevant to this Dataset. When you've added an Issue page, return to this page and add a link to it.