If you are a biologist, journalist, citizen scientist, activist, historian or anyone who wants to open up your research, Inquisite will connect you with users who can watch or join the effort to contextualize, discuss and interpret your data.
Inquisite seeks to promote collaborative work between all kinds of researchers - be they biologists, social scientists, digital humanists, investigative journalists, historians, or local community projects seeking to document civic issues. If you think Inquisite could improve your research project, we'd love to hear from you!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the project.
Inquisite is developed by Whirl-i-Gig, the New-York-based team behind CollectiveAccess, open-source collections management and presentation software designed for museums, archives, and special collections. Whirl-i-Gig has significant experience developing software and processes for long-term, large scale research projects.
Inquisite is the distillation of this previous work into a generally applicable, easy to use research support tool. To learn more about CollectiveAccess and its user community, see http://collectiveaccess.org.