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Content TypeDefinition
AudioTools that support the preservation of digital audio data.
Binary DataTools that support the preservation of data in a "raw", unstructured or binary form.
ContainerTools that support the preservation of container formats such as ZIP and TAR.
DatabaseTools that support the preservation of structured information created in a DBMS (Database Management System), otherwise known as a database.
Disk ImageTools that support the preservation digital disk images which are files containing the contents and structure of a disk volume or an entire data storage device, such as a hard drive.
DocumentTools that support the preservation of text based data formats such as MS Word or PDF.
EBookTools that support the preservation of electronic book, or eBook, formats such as EPUB or MOBI.
EmailTools that support the preservation of email data.
GeospatialTools that support the preservation of data describing geographical or topographical features, typically referred to as Geospatial data.
ImageTools that support the preservation bitmap or vector based image data.
MetadataTools that support the creation or editing of metadata
Project Management DataTools that support the preservation of business planning or project management data.
Research DataTools that support the preservation of data created by or relating to research, scholarship, or artistic activity. This is typically referred to as Research Data.
SoftwareTools that support the preservation of executable data or software.
SpreadsheetTools that support the preservation of spreadsheet data.
VideoTools that support the preservation of video data that typically combines frame based moving images with an audio soundtrack.
WebTools that support the preservation of live web data and archived web data (such as ARC and WARC formats).