From Dryad wiki
Dryad's data structure
A deposit in Dryad consists of three primary parts:
- Data Package: A Dryad Data Package represents all of the data associated with a single scientific publication. This is a DSpace item that contains only metadata. The metadata contains a mix of fields that describe the data and fields that describe the associated publication. The landing page for a Dryad Data Package displays a small summary of each associated Dryad Data File. (sample landing page, sample metadata)
- Data Files: A Dryad Data File represents a single file of downloadable data. Each file is a DSpace item that contains file-specific metadata as well as the bitstreams.
- Bitstreams: The bitstreams are downloadable files that contain data OR documentation. In DSpace, these bitstreams are always part of a Dryad Data File item. A single DSpace item may contain multiple bitstreams, which contain the same scientific data in different file formats. Each Dryad Data File may also contain a special bitstream with the name README, which contains documentation describing the format and usage of the other bitstreams in the same Dryad Data File.
For examples of atypical/extreme objects in Dryad, see Sample Dryad Content.
DSpace Database Schema
This diagram reflects the "stock" version of DSpace. It does not include Dryad customizations.
- static pages
- item view
- submission journal integration
Internal support components
- DataONE API
- Solr API
- DSpace API
- curation tools
- assetstore storage
- authN (epeople)
- authZ (access control)
- journal settings configuration and management