C3PO (Clever, Crafty, Content Profiling of Objects) is a software tool, which uses meta data extracted from files of a digital collection as input to generate a profile of the content set. It is designed in a way so that different meta data formats originating from different tools can be easily integrated. Currently it supports FITS meta data and Apache TIKA metadata.
C3PO helps managers of digital collections get a better understanding of their collection by analyzing data and providing analysis and visualization of the content. C3PO has the ability to aggregate and combine metadata across collections, generate a profile of the content, and use FITS or Apache TIKA metadata. C3PO integrates easily with Plato for preservation planning purposes and with Scout for monitoring preservation risks.
The SCAPE version 0.4.0 of C3PO requires Java 1.6, MongoDB 2.0.5 or higher (64 bit), and optional use of FITS.
Version 0.6.0 of C3PO requires Java 1.8, MongoDB 3.2 or higher, sbt 1.0 or higher and optional use of FITS 0.6 or higher.
C3PO was developed by Petar Petrov as part of the SCAPE project. This tool is licensed on APACHE2 and runs on Java command line binaries as well as a Web interface.
Documentation and user support
- How C3PO supports pre-ingest impact assessment at the National Archives of the Netherlands
- Open Planets Foundation SPRUCE Hackathon Leeds: extending C3PO to support Apache Tika
- My Voyage Through Time C3PO and Digital Curation
- Slide Share Content Profiling and C3PO
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