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Project Summary

TRiDaS is a universal data exchange standard for the dendrochronology community. The project incorporates three distinct products: TRiDaS XML Schema (the actual data standard); TRiDaSJLib (JaXB generated version of the standard for use in Java programs); DendroIOLib (Java library for converting between most dendro data formats)

The project is funded by Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO) through the Digital Collaboratory for Cultural Dendrochronology in The Low Countries’ (DCCD) project. See links below and the TRiDaS website for further information.

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archaeology climate climatechange dendrochronology firehistory forestry history humanities java schema science xml

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XML
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Java
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XML Schema
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8 Other
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Aug 26 2020 — Sep 25 2020

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Sep 25 2019 — Sep 25 2020

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