Searching in Data Formats

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Home > Computers & Internet > Data Formats

http://filext.com/

Searchable database of file extensions for data formats, with information and notes on each.

http://dotwhat.net/

Database of file extension information. Supports users comments and submissions. Includes discussion forum.

http://www.daubnet.com/

The full specifications of various file formats.

http://www.fileinfo.com/

Database of file extensions with information about each file type.

http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/

Provides information about digital content formats from the viewpoint of maintaining sustainable and accessible archives.

http://www.magicdb.org/

Contains information on main file formats as well as an FFID registry and a signature file permitting the identification of files from their contents. Also contains tips on how to design new file formats.

http://www.filesuffix.com/

A searchable filename extension database.

http://www.file-extensions.org/

Searchable file extension list including descriptions and associated applications.

http://www.file-extension.com/

Searchable database of file extensions, explaining what they are used for and which programs they are associated with.

http://www.computec.ch/

Developing a program to automatically identify files from their content. Project news, FAQ, and download. [GPL]

http://www.filefacts.net/

Database of file extensions and detailed information about such file types, including software that can be used to open them.

http://extensionfile.net/

Database of file extensions. Detailed instructions on how to open files in different formats.

http://file.org/

Contains detailed descriptions of thousands of file formats and shows the user which products can open them.

http://www.filedesc.com/

A regularly updated filename extension resource site.

http://www.fileformat.info/

Source for file format standards, online file conversions, and detailed file specifications, including Unicode characters, MIME types and file extensions.

http://www.fileextension.org/

File extension database. Helps to open unknown file types for inexperienced computer users. A large list of programs to open any file type from the database.

http://www.howopen.org/

File extensions database.

http://www.openthefile.net/

A comprehensive file format database that provides users with recommended applications for opening specific file formats.

http://fileextension.info/

Contains information about file extensions.

http://www.extension.info/

Database of file extensions, file conversions and software to work with unknown file extensions

http://www.hdfgroup.org/

The HDF project involves the development and support of software and file formats for scientific data management.

http://www.rpm.org/

Documentation, downloads, development information, and other resources.

http://freshrpms.net/

A repository of custom-built packages for some of the latest popular software, many of which are not included in the main Red Hat distributions.

http://www.rpmseek.com/

Packages arranged in categories with a searchable database.

http://www.mkssoftware.com/

Description of the tar format.

http://webdatacommons.org/

The project extracts structured data from the Common Crawl and provides it for public download.

http://www.archiveteam.org/

About the development version of Wget which is capable to save WARC files.

http://www.netpreserve.org/

Perspectives of setting up a Web archiving chain, contains tools recommended and used by members of the IIPC.

http://webarchivingbucket.com/

A lightweight Erlang library to write Web Archiving software. Overview, requirements, quick start, tutorial, support services, bugs reports, license and third party libraries.

http://www.dpconline.org/

Report intended for those with an interest in, or responsibility for, setting up a web archive, particularly new practitioners or senior managers wishing to develop a holistic understanding of the issues and options available.