This is a non-exhaustive list of tools for provenance (in a large sense). Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you believe a tool should be added to this list.
|CamFlow*||An open-source project to bring observed provenance collection to the Linux Operating System. Comply with W3C PROV-DM standard.||http://camflow.org|
|Jupyter||A notebook style IDE for ``literate programming.''||http://jupyter.org/|
|Kepler||A system for creating scientific workflows with explicit provenance capture tools.||http://kepler-project.org|
|LPM||An open-source project to bring observed provenance collection to the Linux Operating System. Comply with W3C PROV-DM standard.||https://bitbucket.org/uf_sensei/redhat-linux-provenance-release|
|RDataTracker*||An R library to capture fine resolution provenance from R scripts and RMarkDown notebooks. Comply with W3C PROV-DM standard.||https://github.com/End-to-end-provenance/RDataTracker|
|recordr||An R library to capture coarse provenance from scripts written in R and intended to work in conjunction with the DataOne scientific database.||https://github.com/NCEAS/recordr|
|Starflow*||A fine resolution provenance library for the Python language.||http://end-to-end-provenance.github.io/|
|Core Provenance Library*||A portable, multi-lingual library that application programmers can easily incorporate into a variety of tools to collect and integrate provenance. W3C PROV-DM version is available https://github.com/jacksonokuhn/prov-cpl||https://github.com/End-to-end-provenance/core-provenance-library|
|Dataverse||An open-source repository platform to archive and share data, currently developing support for Provenance. It will accept any provenance data following W3C PROV standard.||http://dataverse.org/|
|DataOne||An open-source repository platform, accepting provenance following the recordr format.||https://www.dataone.org/|
Version control system that tracks changes made to code or
other files with provenance-like capabilities.
A web-visualiser providing a graphical, network-based
representation of provenance. Accept any W3C PROV-DM compliant data.
|Provoviz||A web-visualiser providing a Sankey Diagrams representation of provenance. Accept any PROV-DM compliant data.||http://provoviz.org/|
|DDG-Explorer*||Provenance visualiser for the RDataTracker library.||http://end-to-end-provenance.github.io/|
|Orbiter*||A visualisation tool developed for large provenance graph.||http://end-to-end-provenance.github.io/|
|Vistories||Data visualization tools based on rich provenance information used to efficiently communicate scientific finding.||http://vistories.org/|
|Caleydo||An open-source framework to visualize data-set interdependencies. This served as a building block for vistories.||http://caleydo.org/|
* developped in collaboration with Provenance@Harvard