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For Open Access publishing and research data registries like OpenDOAR, re3data, DOAJ etc. exist.

There is also https://101innovations.wordpress.com/

But are there any active and maintained registries for infrastructures or tools that cover as many as possible aspects of Open Science?

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Hi,

I'm not sure how frequently this database is kept up to date or the best way to add new resources - but it's quite robust.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KUMSeq_Pzp4KveZ7pb5rddcssk1XBTiLHniD0d3nDqo/edit#gid=0

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Ashley
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I think the google doc provided by Ashley is a great ressource and the biggest I know of. Related to this we started creating wiki data on the subject (for details see https://github.com/OpenScienceRoadmap/mozilla-sprint-2018/issues/7).
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