Author: Frederik Elwert

From print to LOD, part III: Generating RDF

In the previous post, we explained how we used OCR to extract the vocabulary structure from the Repertorio Terminologico per la Schedatura delle Sculture dell’Arte Gandharica. Since our goal is a SKOS thesaurus that we can use as a linked data vocabulary, this post covers the conversion of the abstract…

From print to LOD: A vocabulary for Gandharan art

The core task of the DiGA project is the digitization of two collections of Gandharan sculptures. But in doing so, it aims at advancing the research of Gandharan art in the digital space. We start from established practices in the field of Gandharan studies and bridge them with best practices…

#beyondDH: The sudden but consequential rise of the Computational Humanities

This week, something happened. Something that I did not expect, at least not so fast and not with so much momentum. But now that it happened, it feels a bit like things fell into place that have been sitting at the edge for a while. So what did actually happen?…

How Else to Create Lemmatized Text for Topic Modeling

Here it is at last, the first post in the new blog for the SeNeReKo project. On this blog, we will write about aspects of our work, ongoing experiments and lessons learned. Our work heavily builds on the work of others, and we hope it will be of use beyond…

How Else to Create Lemmatized Text for Topic Modeling

Here it is at last, the first post in the new blog for the SeNeReKo project. On this blog, we will write about aspects of our work, ongoing experiments and lessons learned. Our work heavily builds on the work of others, and we hope it will be of use beyond…
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