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LAWDI, Elton Barker Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Linking Data, Openly  Linked Ancient World Data Institute #lawdiElton Barker, The Open UniversityTwitter: @eltonteb, @pelagiosproject2 June, 2012 | The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York
  • 2. Linking data| Don’t Unify the Model – Annotate! pleiades:570685 (Sparta) pleiades:579885 (Athenae) 2
  • 3. Linked data| There and back again Exploring Relations between Exploring Relations between Places through Data Data through Placehttp://pelagios-project.blogspot.co.uk/https://github.com/pelagios/pelagios-cookbook/wiki
  • 4. Linked data | Placebookhttp://gap.alexandriaarchive.org/gapvis/index.html#index
  • 5. Linked data friendly| Mashupshttp://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/hestia/
  • 6. A paradigm shift?| Scholarly linking Chris Pelling Nick RabinowitzStefan Bouzarovski Kate Byrne Hestia GAP Eric Kansa Perseus Pleiades Elton Barker Leif Isaksen Open ContextRainer Simon Pelagios Fasti online Arachne Ure Museum SPQR CLAROS Nomisma
  • 7. A paradigm shift?| Scholarly linking 7
  • 8. Conferre| To bring together “Classicists have always been concerned with ‘parallels’ – with what goes after the magic word ‘cf.’... What has not been clear with the traditional citation of parallel passages is what the point of the activity is, how the parallels affect the interpretation of the text.” Don Fowler, “On the Shoulders of Giants,” in Roman Constructions (Oxford, 2000) 116 8
  • 9. So what?| Linking the Ancient World 9
  • 10. Herodotus| Linking the Ancient World 10