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Using Linked Data to track and trace processes of canonization in early modern Dutch literature

This article is about a pilot project in which we linked five web resources in order to get a firmer grip on processes of canonization in Dutch literature in the early eighteenth century. The project centers around the Panpoëticon Batavûm, an early …

Linked Data on historical persons: publishability, interconnectivity and sustainability

We have come a long way since the floppy-drive based datasets researchers would refuse to share. Actually, quite a lot of data is coming out as Linked (Open) Data, but this presents us with new challenges. Specifically for the case of publishing, …

Unlocking the archives: A pipeline for scanning, transcribing, and modelling entities of archival documents into Linked Open Data

In this paper, the full pipeline from archives to annotations is represented that comprehends the successive stages of scanning, indexing, transcribing, correcting, aggregating, and modelling the entities of archival documents into RDF as Linked Open …

Using Linked Data to track processes of canonization in early modern Dutch literature

This presentation is about a pilot project in which we linked five web resources in order to get a firmer grip on processes of canonization in Dutch literature in the early eighteenth century. The project centers around the Panpoëticon Batavûm, an …