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NARA File Analyzer and Metadata Harvester 

05-28-2021 01:06 PM

NARA File Analyzer can be used to analyze the contents of a folder or drive and export reports documenting findings. Among other things the program can be used to count the number of files by file type, create a directory listing, and generate checksums. (Windows and Mac* with Java installed)
The File Analyzer tool can be run as a GUI in which the results are displayed in a table. The File Analyzer can also be run in batch mode. In batch mode, the results will be written to a tab-separated file. The GUI version of the application allows the results of multiple executions to be merged. The merged information can be filtered to display matching values and mismatched values.

Formal Name/Title (ISO, ANSI): NARA File Analyzer and Metadata Harvester

Is this a complete system, a service or a tool?: Tool

Software Type: Open Source

URL for Resource: https://github.com

Creating body / Developer / Publisher: US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)

Date of Latest Revision: 2016

Topics: Authentication, File Characterization, Long-term Preservation Strategies, Metadata, Preservation

Associated SERP Framework Element: Integrity, Open Standard / Neutral Formats, Preservation Metadata, Strategy, Technical Expertise

States: Pennsylvania

Date Resource Added/Modified: December 04, 2018


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#Authentication
#FileCharacterization
#Long-termPreservationStrategies
#Metadata
#Preservation
#Integrity
#OpenStandard/NeutralFormats
#PreservationMetadata
#Strategy
#TechnicalExpertise
#Pennsylvania

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