Support for the OCHRE Data Service has been generously provided by
“Working together, the University of Chicago Library and Division of the Humanities will use the grant to build a new digital structure, UChicagoNode—the core of what will eventually be a network extending and enhancing the practice of digital research at UChicago and around the world.”
Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society; Economic Analysis of Ancient Trade: The Case of the Old Assyrian Merchants of the 19th Century BCE, 2015-2018; An Organon for the Information Age, 2018-2020. The CEDAR Project: Critical Editions for Digital Analysis and Research, 2019-2021.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Partnership Grant; Computational Research on the Ancient Near East (CRANE): an Archaeological Data Integration, Simulation, and 3-D Visualization Initiative,2012-2017; CRANE 2.0, 2017-2022.
Intellectual property rights to the OCHRE Java application are held by Scholarly Research Systems, LLC, in which Sandra Schloen (OCHRE developer and Manager of the OCHRE Data Service) has a financial interest.