Author: Élodie Faath

Unexpected usage no. 7: Predictable readers?

Pierre-Carl Langlais has a PhD in information and communication science and is working with OpenEdition Lab on the unexpected reader detector. Studying OpenEdition’s statistics, he discovered several enlightening cases of how content on the platform has been read and reappropriated, which we are sharing here. If you would like to…

Unexpected usage no. 5: Day Without Immigrants

Pierre-Carl Langlais has a PhD in information and communication science and is working with OpenEdition Lab on the unexpected reader detector. Studying OpenEdition’s statistics, he discovered several enlightening cases of how content on the platform has been read and reappropriated, which we are sharing here. If you would like to…

Unexpected usage no. 4: Mutual aid and survival in the Middle Ages

Pierre-Carl Langlais has a PhD in information and communication science and is working with OpenEdition Lab on the unexpected reader detector. Studying OpenEdition’s statistics, he discovered several enlightening cases of how content on the platform has been read and reappropriated, which we are sharing here. If you would like to…

Unexpected usage no. 1: The anniversary of Hassan Fathy

Pierre-Carl Langlais has a PhD in information and communication science and is working with OpenEdition Lab on the unexpected reader detector. Studying OpenEdition’s statistics, he discovered several enlightening cases of how content on the platform has been read and reappropriated, which we are sharing here.If you would like to tell…

Wikipedia, bibliographies and reference annotation

[This post was co-written by OpenEdition’s Mathieu Orban de Xivry, Élodie Faath and Marin Dacos, lab@openedition.org] Introduction The introduction of bibliographic references in the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia follows on from discussions about how it is used by its contributors. Readers are invited to take a look at the articles by…

BILBO : Automatic reference labeling

BILBO is an open source software for automatic annotation of bibliographic reference. It provides the segmentation and tagging of input string. It is principally based on Conditional Random Fields (CRFs), machine learning technique to segment and label sequence data. As external softwares, Wapiti is used for CRF learning and inference…