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Perseids: Experimenting with Infrastructure for Creating and Sharing Research Data in the Digital Humanities

Bridget Almas
2017 Data Science Journal  
The Perseids project provides a platform for creating, publishing, and sharing research data, in the form of textual transcriptions, annotations and analyses.  ...  An offshoot and collaborator of the Perseus Digital Library (PDL), Perseids is also an experiment in reusing and extending existing infrastructure, tools, and services.  ...  Acknowledgements The author wishes to thank her colleagues, John Arundel, Frederik Baumgardt, Marie-Claire Beaulieu and Thibault Clérice for contributing their energy and ideas in reviewing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2017-019 fatcat:tv5zfrl5kbf4rnxdvwiktvwt2a

The Perseids Platform: Scholarship for all! [chapter]

Bridget Almas, Marie-Claire Beaulieu
2016 Digital Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber: Teaching, Knowledge Exchange & Public Engagement  
of open access humanities data sets.  ...  The latter provides standards and APIs designed to link the resources, provide a citation scheme for texts and images, and support dynamic presentation of digital editions.  ...  This work was supported by a Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities [grant HD-51548-12].  ... 
doi:10.5334/bat.j fatcat:lcemffeivjggpbvo2vrxacztdu

Learning By Doing: Learning to Implement the TEI Guidelines Through Digital Classics Publication [chapter]

Stella Dee, Maryam Foradi, Filip Šarić
2016 Digital Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber: Teaching, Knowledge Exchange & Public Engagement  
This chapter reviews the current online resources available to learn the TEI Guidelines for structured data in the humanities, as well as the theory that drives their construction and continued improvement  ...  We also address some of the barriers to multilingual contribution to the online digital Classics, and report on a case study in which we discuss the experience of Masters-level students trained in non-digital  ...  In fact, we will describe the experience of a number of students and researchers with no formal education in the digital humanities as they began contributing new TEI EpiDoc encoded translations of Classical  ... 
doi:10.5334/bat.b fatcat:2yk564twtbfktgztshgztzwjtq

Participatory Philology: Computational Linguistics and the Future of Historical Language Education

Gregory Crane, Stella Rose Dee, Anna Krohn
2014 Human Computation  
With a focus on the interface between 21st-century philology and citizen science, this paper reviews the data we collect, why we gather that data, and the cohort that we engage for assistance with data  ...  In so doing, we hope to help lay the foundation for increasing contribution by the humanities to the fields of citizen science and human computation.  ...  In the future we are aiming to have all alignments and treebanks created and accessed through the Perseids platform, thereby creating ePortfolios for the students and archiving their work for further analysis  ... 
doi:10.15346/hc.v1i2.8 dblp:journals/hc/CraneDK14 fatcat:jbev5klv45efda4lpy5orivn24

Building a Disciplinary, World-Wide Data Infrastructure

Françoise Genova, Christophe Arviset, Bridget M. Almas, Laura Bartolo, Daan Broeder, Emily Law, Brian McMahon
2017 Data Science Journal  
In each case, the disciplinary culture with respect to data sharing, science drivers, organization and lessons learnt are briefly described, as well as the elements of the specific data infrastructure  ...  Sharing scientific data, with the objective of making it fully discoverable, accessible, assessable, intelligible, usable, and interoperable, requires work at the disciplinary level to define in particular  ...  Warren's contribution in the discussion of Materials aspects during the panel is warmly acknowledged. John Westbrook, Ian Bruno, John R.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2017-016 fatcat:6mk3q6qqsvclrc3rmwuhp25x74

What Ever Happened to Project Bamboo?

Q. Dombrowski
2014 Literary and Linguistic Computing  
Mellon Foundation between 2008 and 2012. Bamboo aimed to enhance arts and humanities research through the development of infrastructure and support for shared technology services.  ...  , sharing ideas and solutions, and demonstrating how digital tools and methodologies can be applied to research questions.  ...  In short, the transition has gone well, and we look forward to working with Scholarly Communications into the future. (http://web. archive.org/web/20101231171544/http://projectbamboo.org/news?page¼2)  ... 
doi:10.1093/llc/fqu026 fatcat:77fgdctk7bgz3ibxugg6dbp24a

How are digital methods changing research in the study of the classical world? An EpiDoc case study

Katherine Steiner, Simon Mahony
2016 Panta rei  
Digital classicists frequently share ideas and work with digital humanities scholars and developers more generally (for example, many of the speakers in the Institute for Classical Studies' (ICS) Digital  ...  With the emergence of these disparate online sources for prosopographical data, a project has begun to provide a linked data infrastructure for linking between them and creating stable URIs for them, much  ...  The texts will be submitted in DOC format and the images in JPEG or TIFF format, and with a minimum size of 2000 px.  ... 
doi:10.6018/pantarei/2016/8 fatcat:muwoet7n2zfllhqckaj26hnpna

Final Report --- Always Already Computational: Collections as Data [article]

Thomas Padilla, Laurie Allen, Hannah Frost, Sarah Potvin, Elizabeth Russey Roke, Stewart Varner
2019 Zenodo  
With funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Always Already Computational held two national forums, organized multiple workshops, shared project outcomes in disciplinary and professional  ...  research and teaching.  ...  Acknowledgements The project team would like to acknowledge the Institute of Museum and Library Services, whose support made this project possible.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3152934 fatcat:4plw2tw3tzha3bt6qwvhrqcyrq

An Agenda for the Study of Intertextuality

Neil Coffee
2018 TAPA  
This article proposes restoring momentum toward the goals of intertextual study through an agenda of representing intertexts in a standard digital form susceptible to complex and systematic analysis. introduction  ...  It promises to reveal the meaning of texts for original audiences, trace authorial influence, and illuminate an aspect of literary artistry.  ...  Emerging digital editing environments for classical texts, such as the Digital Latin Library, Perseids, and Recogito already allow users to annotate their texts with various forms of embedded information  ... 
doi:10.1353/apa.2018.0008 fatcat:cmrwflkr4nfpld2eb7eukij42e

The academic book and its digital dilemmas

Paul Spence
2018 Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies  
in the arts and humanities.  ...  This article examines how non-traditional entities, such as digital humanities research projects, have performed digital publishing roles and reviews possible implications for scholarly book publishing's  ...  Beyond the digital humanities, we can observe little evidence of humanities researcher involvement, or interest, in the design of the research and publication tools which they adopt, with the very real  ... 
doi:10.1177/1354856518772029 fatcat:2fpgzup2qfgybkc3cgffgne4ki

D6.1 State of the Art and Community Needs Report from Use Cases

Alessandro Rizzo, Federica Tanlongo, Fulvio Galeazzi, Christelle Pierkot
2020 Zenodo  
The main aim of the deliverable is to present "the state of the art" through a cross-cutting analysis in order to identify commonalities and synergies among the UCs with regards to technical requirements  ...  This deliverable reports on the findings of the Use Cases analysis, with a special focus on the community requirements and on the opportunity to extend every single Use Case to other communities.  ...  Open science publication infrastructure with 3D data for humanities Use Case.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3894677 fatcat:ekb6e4ol3zaubp52itar52y7ju

Epigraphers and Encoders: Strategies for Teaching and Learning Digital Epigraphy [chapter]

Gabriel Bodard, Simona Stoyanova
2016 Digital Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber: Teaching, Knowledge Exchange & Public Engagement  
We shall explore some of the evolving approaches used and strategies taken in the teaching of digital encoding to an audience largely of classicists and historians.  ...  a digital component, and very rarely teachers of epigraphy are treating EpiDoc as the native format for editing inscriptions) can offer to teachers and learners of both traditional and digital epigraphy  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the editors, the publishers' peer reviewers, and also Pietro Liuzzo, Franco Luciani and Jonathan Prag for constructive feedback on the contents of this  ... 
doi:10.5334/bat.d fatcat:u7fk7dm4p5hvdoj3wjrvkxzapm

Learning the TEI in a Digital Environment

Stella Dee
2014 Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative  
conducted academic or research activities in a broad range of historic and modern languages, with diverse alphabets and temporal frames of use.  ...  Increasing numbers of students look online for self-directed and task-based tutorials, and increasing numbers of scholars in the humanities recognize the TEI Guidelines as a standard tool for publication  ...  The survey was designed in the context of recent work grappling with the place of pedagogical thinking in the digital humanities as a whole (Hirsch 2012; Mahony and Pierazzo 2012; Chickering and Ehrmann  ... 
doi:10.4000/jtei.968 fatcat:6qcuvgel6bekjhb64tbmetppzm

A Comprehensive Survey about Thermal Comfort under the IoT Paradigm: Is Crowdsensing the New Horizon?

Valentina Tomat, Alfonso P. Ramallo-González, Antonio F. Skarmeta Gómez
2020 Sensors  
Basing on existing studies, authors performed what was a necessary and unprecedented grouping of the IoT applications to the thermal comfort into three categories: the thermal comfort studies with IoT  ...  hardware, in which the approach focuses on physical devices, the mimicking of IoT sensors and comfort using Building Simulation Models, based on the dynamic modelling of the thermal comfort through IoT  ...  Acknowledgments: This work has been sponsored by MINECO through the PERSEIDES project (ref. TIN2017-86885-R), by the European Commission through the H2020 IoT Crawler (contract 779852).  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20164647 pmid:32824790 pmcid:PMC7472355 fatcat:ajgqjyutvvhlbjq5eubwwxwgfu

التوظیف اللغوی للمدونة المتوازیة بین اللغتین الیونانیة والعربیة دراسة تطبیقیة على مسرحیة "هیکابی" لیوربیدیس مشروع "بیرسیدس"أنموذجاً

Fatma Rizk
2018 The Egyptian Journal of Language Engineering  
/ [ 18 ]Almas, B., (2017), Perseids: Experimenting with Infrastructure for Creating and Sharing Research Data in the Digital Humanities, Data Science Journal, 16: 19, pp. 1-17, p.1. [ 19 ] www.persides.com  ...  ,and the use of each other in the teaching of the source language (Greek), compared with the target language (Arabic),translation skills and the use of differentiated linguistics comparisonsthat applies  ... 
doi:10.21608/ejle.2018.59373 fatcat:3525tzthenbh3daih32yas5c7e
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