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    ResearchSpace

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    Title: ResearchSpace
    Team: Dominic Oldman

    Short description:

    ResearchSpace is an extensible collaborative research environment based exclusively on Linked Data but using the CIDOC CRM to provide the context and meaning required for scholarly knowledge building. ResearchSpace uses knowledge representation rather than cataloguing standards to help humanities researchers describe a far wider range of knowledge and provide a platform not just for reference but which can support digital research. The method of representation is independent of the software so data can be exported and preserved without loss of meaning. Tools include, Semantic Web search and faceting, Semantic Narratives, IIIF integration, clipboards supporting custom datasets and ontology based visualisation.

    Country: United Kingdom

    47 votes, average: 4.34 out of 547 votes, average: 4.34 out of 547 votes, average: 4.34 out of 547 votes, average: 4.34 out of 547 votes, average: 4.34 out of 5 (47 votes, average: 4.34 out of 5)
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    TALDIS: Time and Linked Data in Space

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    Title: TALDIS. Time and Linked Data in Space
    Team: Richard Palmer

    Short description:

    TALDIS is a visualisation of linked data in space and time, using the data visualisation technique of Space-Time Cubes. This demo video uses D3.js and A-Frame to create the WebVR browsable experience of a sample set of data. With improved support for WebVR in browsers, techniques such as this provide ways for users to explore linked data, without having to be immediately confronted with writing SPARQL queries. This would let a user get a sense of the data and perhaps immediately see patterns and clusters that they could then query further using more traditional linked data querying methods.

    10 votes, average: 3.70 out of 510 votes, average: 3.70 out of 510 votes, average: 3.70 out of 510 votes, average: 3.70 out of 510 votes, average: 3.70 out of 5 (10 votes, average: 3.70 out of 5)
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    WarSampo

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    Title: WarSampo
    Team: Eero Hyvönen Erkki Heino Esko Ikkala Mikko Koho Petri Leskinen Eetu Mäkelä Minna Tamper Jouni Tuominen


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    WarSampo publishes massive collections of heterogeneous, distributed data about the WW2 on the Semantic Web. The datasets are harmonized using event-based modeling and are enriched semantically with each other’s contents and external data. WarSampo has two components: 1) WarSampo Linked Open Data service of over 9M triples for Digital Humanities research and for creating applications. 2) WarSampo Semantic Portal, based on the data service, allowing both historians and laymen to study war history and destinies of their family members in the war from 7 interlinked perspectives. The portal had nearly 20,000 visitors during the first few days after its publication.

    21 votes, average: 4.67 out of 521 votes, average: 4.67 out of 521 votes, average: 4.67 out of 521 votes, average: 4.67 out of 521 votes, average: 4.67 out of 5 (21 votes, average: 4.67 out of 5)
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    Oslo public library

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    Title: Oslo public library
    Team: Arve Søreide, Asgeir Rekkavik, Benjamin Rokseth, Bjørn-Erik Bjørgan, Cecilie Bergh, Igor Koudrik, Kjetil Jørgensen-Dahl, Kristoffer Moe, Marianne Rolfsen, Nicho Paulik, Petter Goksøyr-Åsen, Rurik Greenall and the rest of Deichmanske bibliotek

    Short description:
    The Application project has created a new library services ecosystem. Based at Oslo public library, we have created ls.ext; it’s modular and uses containers that interface using REST-APIs; it does everything a library system should do and does it cleanly, quickly, universally-accessibly — like other systems you enjoy using on the web. There are a couple of differences though: it’s open source, under constant development and it uses linked data as its core metadata format. Take a look at Oslo public library’s production system

    Download the source: github.com/digibib/ls.ext

    19 votes, average: 4.11 out of 519 votes, average: 4.11 out of 519 votes, average: 4.11 out of 519 votes, average: 4.11 out of 519 votes, average: 4.11 out of 5 (19 votes, average: 4.11 out of 5)
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    LOD Navigator

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    Title:LOD Navigator
    Team: DH_FBK

    Short description:
    The present entry takes in input the data made available by the Contemporary Jewish Documentation Center in Milan and published in Linked Open Data format to show the movements of the Italian victims of Shoah. To this end, we used the SPARQL endpoint to collect biographical data together with information about the persecution and deportation of each victim. The places of birth, arrest, detention, deportation to a Nazi camp, transfer, and return after liberation (if available) were georeferenced and associated to the corresponding date. All the movements are then displayed in an interactive interface. Download: http://dhlab.fbk.eu/lod_navigator/

    196 votes, average: 4.74 out of 5196 votes, average: 4.74 out of 5196 votes, average: 4.74 out of 5196 votes, average: 4.74 out of 5196 votes, average: 4.74 out of 5 (196 votes, average: 4.74 out of 5)
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    JazzCats

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    Title: JazzCats
    Team: Dr Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller, Dr Daniel Bangert, Dr Alfie Abdul-Rahman

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    JazzCats (Jazz Collection of Aggregated Triples) is a resource for studying jazz artists, their performances, and professional networks. The project harnesses semantic web technologies and Linked Open Data to connect information about jazz, including discographies, solo transcriptions, and information about artists. The project workflow has seen us ingest existing RDF from other projects, connect to external authorities and datasets, and produce RDF from from tabular data, and relational databases. JazzCats is a functioning proto-type of a proof-of-concept, and we welcome all feedback and suggestions for improvements.

    Country: Australia and the UK (other nationalities involved too!)

    20 votes, average: 4.05 out of 520 votes, average: 4.05 out of 520 votes, average: 4.05 out of 520 votes, average: 4.05 out of 520 votes, average: 4.05 out of 5 (20 votes, average: 4.05 out of 5)
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    CWRC / Muninn

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    Title: CWRC / Muninn
    Team: Susan Brown, Abigel Lemak, Jade Penancier, Rob Warren

    Short description:

    A public service announcement for SPARQL servers.
    A joint tongue-in-cheek entry from the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory and the Muninn Project.

    Country: Canada

    11 votes, average: 3.64 out of 511 votes, average: 3.64 out of 511 votes, average: 3.64 out of 511 votes, average: 3.64 out of 511 votes, average: 3.64 out of 5 (11 votes, average: 3.64 out of 5)
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    PROVisualizer People!

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    Title: PROVisualizer People!
    Team: Charlie Farrugia, Asa Letourneau, Conal Tuohy

    Short description:

    This interactive data visualization of the Victorian State government archive is a handy tool to get a sense of the kinds of public records we hold. Search by keyword or by typical government function and then click through to series within the collection. This is the first and only visualisation of high level archival data in Australia and is going a long way to giving first time researchers a way of accessing 100 shelf kilometers of records with a google type keyword search filterable by date.

    287 votes, average: 4.72 out of 5287 votes, average: 4.72 out of 5287 votes, average: 4.72 out of 5287 votes, average: 4.72 out of 5287 votes, average: 4.72 out of 5 (287 votes, average: 4.72 out of 5)
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    DIVE+: Explorative Search for Digital Humanities

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    Title: DIVE+: Explorative Search for Digital Humanities

    Team: Victor de Boer, Oana Inel, Lora Aroyo, Chiel van den Akker, Susane Legene, Carlos Martinez, Werner Helmich, Berber Hagendoorn, Sabrina Sauer, Jaap Blom, Liliana Melgar, Johan Oomen

    Short description:

    DIVE+ is an event-centric linked data digital collection browser aimed to provide an integrated and interactive access to multimedia objects from various heterogeneous online collections. It enriches the structured metadata of online collections with linked open data vocabularies with focus on events, people, locations and concepts that are depicted or associated with particular collection objects. DIVE+ is result of a true inter-disciplinary collaboration between computer scientists, humanities scholars, cultural heritage professionals and interaction designers. The tool allows humanities scholars to explore unexpected relations between entities and media objects and to construct and share navigation paths to develop research narratives.

    273 votes, average: 4.64 out of 5273 votes, average: 4.64 out of 5273 votes, average: 4.64 out of 5273 votes, average: 4.64 out of 5273 votes, average: 4.64 out of 5 (273 votes, average: 4.64 out of 5)
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    WITH

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    Title: WITH
    Team: Vassilis Tzouvaras, Athanasios Drosopoulos

    Short description:

    WITH is a platform that provides services for content aggregation, management, interoperability, visualization, publication and reuse. It uses datasets published from different portals and repositories of Linked Open Data, together with a powerful search interface, a multi-functional backend and a fully accessible API. This allows to easily search for cultural resources, group them in collections, automatically enrich them, make virtual exhibitions and export for reuse. WITH provides easy, free access to LOD and artificial intelligence tools that enrich content with state of the art algorithms. We invite you to try our platform and be part of its constant evolution.

    11 votes, average: 4.18 out of 511 votes, average: 4.18 out of 511 votes, average: 4.18 out of 511 votes, average: 4.18 out of 511 votes, average: 4.18 out of 5 (11 votes, average: 4.18 out of 5)
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