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  • 1. A Comparative Kalendar: Building a Research Tool for Medieval Books of Hours from Distributed Resources Benjamin Albritton Stanford University blalbrit@stanford.edu @bla222 Robert Sanderson Los Alamos National Laboratory rsanderson@lanl.gov @azaroth42 James Ginther, Saint Louis University Martin Foys, Drew University Shannon Bradshaw, Drew University
  • 2. Distributed Resources • Digital Manuscript Interoperability – SharedCanvas – International Image Interoperability Framework – Open Annotation (separate project, but we use it) • Multiple Repositories • Multiple cataloging and discovery approaches • Goal: Exercise the promise of interoperability for specialist analytic tools
  • 3. A Sea of Manuscript Data • Interoperability – at lowest level, ability for third-party tools to consume content from multiple sources in an identical way http://sul-reader-test.stanford.edu/el-camino
  • 4. A Sea of Manuscript Data • Interoperability – at next level, tools provide data back into the system that can be re-used T-PEN (http://t-pen.org): transcription, line-parsing, RDF export
  • 5. A Sea of Manuscript Data • Interoperability – at next level, tools provide data back into the system that can be re-used DM (http://dm.drew.edu/dmproject/): general annotation
  • 6. A Sea of Manuscript Data • Currently ca. 2500 manuscripts available via SharedCanvas / IIIF • At current pace, many thousands more by late 2014 • Mixed bag of metadata, quality, content, etc. • A challenge to the traditional “index” • Few are interested in “all” – many are interested in specific subsets
  • 7. Liturgical Books and Structured Data Beinecke MS 310, f. 1r Kalendars • Ubiquitous • Structure • Daily list of liturgical events • Arranged in a perpetual calendar • Often tabular • Content varies according to • Date • Region of use or production • Etc • Minor variations transmit a great deal of information
  • 8. Liturgical Books and Structured Data Beinecke MS 310, f. 1r Pilot Goals • Build an extensible navigation and discovery tool for books containing kalendars • Using existing image data from interoperable repositories and user-generated data from interoperable tools • Focusing on the key elements provided in the kalendar: dates and liturgical events
  • 9. Rethinking Digital Facsimiles Walters Ms. W.188, Book of Hours in Dutch f16r • Distributed • Linked Data and Resources • Single Global Space • Interactive • Consumer as Producer • Interoperable • Seamlessly Interconnected • Open Source, Open Content
  • 10. Rethinking Digital Facsimiles Walters Ms. W.188, Book of Hours in Dutch f16r • Distributed • Linked Data and Resources • Single Global Space • Interactive • Consumer as Producer • Interoperable • Seamlessly Interconnected • Open Source, Open Content • … 100% Buzzword Compliant
  • 11. Model: Canvas Paradigm • A Canvas is an empty space in which to build up a display
  • 12. Model: Canvas Paradigm • A Canvas is an empty space in which to build up a display • A SharedCanvas's top left and bottom right corners correspond to the equivalent corners of a [rectangular bounding box around a] page
  • 13. Model: Annotations to Paint Canvas • The Canvas represents the empty page • Annotation links Image with Canvas
  • 14. Model: Annotations to Paint Canvas • Annotation links Text with Canvas
  • 15. Model: Annotations to Paint Canvas
  • 16. Model: Missing Pages
  • 17. Distributed Resources / Distributed Environments
  • 18. Kalendar Data for Extraction Beinecke MS 310, f. 1r • Each row = 1 day (January 1, here) • Lists the feast of the Circumcision • Optionally provides additional information
  • 19. Data capture in T-PEN
  • 20. SharedKalendar? • Annotations as re-useable data • Every record for the transcribed Kalendars becomes a means for organization and discovery within the available manuscripts • Offers: – Quick comparison of known content – Ability to present line-level context • Across multiple objects – Across multiple repositories and projects
  • 21. Distributed Resources / Distributed Environments
  • 22. Front-end: Exhibit http://guillaumedemachaut.com/kalendar/sharedkalendar.html Simple (really simple) Exhibit based on kalendar transcriptions (Exhibit: http://www.simile-widgets.org/exhibit/)
  • 23. For each record: Basic information PLUS: • Link out to a canvas viewer implementation showing: • Transcription in context • Full page of kalendar • Ability to move around w/in the manuscript
  • 24. For each record:
  • 25. Enabling rapid comparison Two mss. include the entry “Thimotheus apostel”
  • 26. Distributed Resources / Distributed Environments
  • 27. SharedCanvas Demo Implementation http://www.shared-canvas.org/impl/demodh
  • 28. SharedCanvas Demo Implementation http://www.shared-canvas.org/impl/demodh
  • 29. SharedCanvas Demo Implementation http://www.shared-canvas.org/impl/demodh
  • 30. SharedCanvas Demo Implementation http://www.shared-canvas.org/impl/demodh
  • 31. Distributed Resources / Distributed Environments
  • 32. Pitfalls • Data creation (Annotations) – Interfaces – Reliability • Somewhat ameliorated by being exposed easily – Willingness (or lack thereof) • Data availability – Lack of interoperability (improving rapidly) – Paywalls
  • 33. Additional Next Steps • More manuscripts • More transcriptions • Authority lists • User feedback from Books of Hours scholars • Collaboration
  • 34. Thank you • Benjamin Albritton – blalbrit@stanford.edu – @bla222 • Robert Sanderson – rsanderson@lanl.gov – @azaroth42 • DMS Interoperability – dms-public@lists.stanford.edu • SharedCanvas – http://www.shared-canvas.org • OpenAnnotation – http://www.w3.org/community/op enannotation/ • IIIF – http://lib.stanford.edu/iiif • SharedKalendar (temporary) – http://guillaumedemachaut.com/k alendar/sharedkalendar.html Questions?