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Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities
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Considerations for user interfaces and data modeling that arise from our work in Linked Data.

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Linked Data Lessons from Digital Humanities

  1. 1. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital Humani8es www.designforcontext.com Duane Degler @ddegler duane@designforcontext.com Neal Johnson @vanWinkleTunes neal@designforcontext.com SemTech Business Conference 20 August 2014 • San Jose, CA USA On Slideshare : Go to www.designforcontext.com/publicaNons
  2. 2. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 22 © DDeessiiggnn ffoorr CCoonntteexxtt Discovery & interacNon • Serendipity • Layering Data modeling • OpNmizaNon • Adaptability Longevity • Scalability • Persistence
  3. 3. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 33 © DDeessiiggnn ffoorr CCoonntteexxtt Discovery & interacNon Serendipity
  4. 4. Tourist Delight Direc+ons to explore Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 4 © Design for Context Casual explorer Engagement Shareable discoveries Different users, different goals Serendipity ! Researcher Insights for interpreta+on Educator Bridges among disciplines Catalysts for engagement
  5. 5. Has museum R. Peale Museum Founded by Displays Smithsonian Has museum NGA Displays Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 5 © Design for Context Bal8more Rembrandt Peale Displays Roman Daughter D.C. Has museum 1812 Flag Displayed Ft. McHenry Flew Has site Painted Reubens P. w/Geranium
  6. 6. Has museum Displayed Son of Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 6 © Design for Context Bal8more R. Peale Museum Ar8llery memorabilia PaSerson Park Has site Has site Volunteer Arch. Dig Organizes Bal8more Heritage Has event On date April 15th Find Philadelphia Charles W. Peale Lived in
  7. 7. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 77 © DDeessiiggnn ffoorr CCoonntteexxtt Discovery & interacNon Layering
  8. 8. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 8 © Design for Context What do we mean by Layering ? • Seamless movement reflecNng user goals and moNvaNons • Enabling capabiliNes where needed • Progressive disclosure / interacNon
  9. 9. Progressive movement – driven by goals & mo8va8on Researcher Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 9 © Design for Context Educator Casual explorer
  10. 10. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 10 © Design for Context
  11. 11. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 1111 © DDeessiiggnn ffoorr CCoonntteexxtt Data modeling OpNmizaNon
  12. 12. Aligning model integrity with usability Produc8on Part Produc8on Part Produc8on Part Avercamp c. 1625 Painted Carried out by Has 8mespan Has type Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 12 © Design for Context A scene on the Ice Produc8on Part Consists of Produc8on Event Was produced by Amsterdam Took place at Kampen Refers to Carries Concept
  13. 13. Aligning model integrity with usability Produc8on Part Produc8on Part Produc8on Part Avercamp c. 1625 Painted Carried out by Has 8mespan Has type Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 13 © Design for Context A scene on the Ice Produc8on Part Consists of Produc8on Event Was produced by Amsterdam Took place at Created at Worked in Is about Kampen Refers to Carries Concept
  14. 14. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 14 © Design for Context
  15. 15. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 1155 © DDeessiiggnn ffoorr CCoonntteexxtt Data modeling Adaptability
  16. 16. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 16 © Design for Context hZp:// www.rembrandtdatabase.or g/Rembrandt/painNng/ 51742/the-­‐flight-­‐into-­‐egypt
  17. 17. The flight into Egypt Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 17 © Design for Context 1627 School of Rembrandt – Dou ? …1630 1982 Rembrandt 2001 hZp://www.rembrandtdatabase.org/Rembrandt/painNng/2944/self-­‐portrait-­‐with-­‐gorget hZp://www.nga.gov/exhibiNons/2000/dou/splash.shtm
  18. 18. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 18 © Design for Context “Facts” evolve and co-­‐exist • Re-­‐aZribuNon, parallel possible aZribuNon • Date ranges • ConservaNon insights • Varying interpretaNons • Contexts provide perspecNves on: • Data reliability • Nature and strength of relaNonships
  19. 19. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 19 © Design for Context hZp://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/avians.html hZp://www.nbcnews.com/id/28985201/ns/ technology_and_science-­‐science/t/nine-­‐links-­‐ transiNon-­‐dinosaurs-­‐birds/#.U-­‐pPe1atDCU hZp://news.naNonalgeographic.com/news/ 2006/08/060824-­‐pluto-­‐planet.html Art is not the only evolving discipline…
  20. 20. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 2200 © DDeessiiggnn ffoorr CCoonntteexxtt Longevity Scalability
  21. 21. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 21 © Design for Context Sustainability considera8ons Moving from prototypes and “one-­‐offs” to sustainable applicaNons.
  22. 22. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 22 © Design for Context
  23. 23. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 23 © Design for Context From 143… to 130,000 ?
  24. 24. Moving from prototypes and “one-­‐offs” to sustainable applicaNons. Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 24 © Design for Context Sustainability considera8ons Considering how the UI will scale as the volume of informaNon grows over Nme – reducing the potenNal need to rework applicaNons in future.
  25. 25. Images -­‐ Bedroom in Arles, 1888 Vincent van Gogh 2014, Gallery… 2012, Conserv… 2010, Pre-­‐cons… 1982, InsNtut… Related Content My Projects ExhibiNon: van Gogh in Arles Book: 19th C. Dutch SNll Life Design Concepts & Lessons from Linked Data for Digital HumaniNes | SemTechBiz | 20 August, 2014 | 25 © Design for Context Curator Research Center 2.4 ArNsNc breakthrough and final years Van Gogh moved to Arles, hoping for refuge at a time when he was ill from drink and suffering from smoker's cough. He arrived on 21 February 1888 and took a room at the Hôtel-Restaurant Carrel, which he had idealistically expected to look like one of Hokusai (1760–1849) or Utamaro's (1753–1806) prints. He seems to have moved to the town with thoughts of founding a utopian art colony. The Danish artist Christian Mourier-Petersen (1858–1945) became his companion for two months, and at first Arles appeared exotic and filthy. In a letter, he described it as a foreign country: "The Zouaves, the brothels, the adorable little Arlesiennes going to their First Communion, the priest in his surplice, who looks like a dangerous rhinoceros, the people drinking absinthe, all seem to me creatures from another world.” A hundred years later, Van Gogh was remembered by 113-year-old Jeanne Calment—who, as a 13 year-old, was serving in her uncle's fabric shop where Van Gogh wanted to buy some canvas—as "dirty, badly dressed and disagreeable", and "very ugly, ungracious, impolite, sick". She also recalled selling him colored pencils. Van Gogh was enchanted by the local landscape and light, and his works from this period are richly draped in yellow, ultramarine, and mauve. His portrayals of the Arles landscape are informed by his Dutch upbringing; the patchwork of fields and avenues appear flat and lack perspective, but excel in their intensity of color. The vibrant light in Arles excited him, and his newfound appreciation is seen in the range and scope of his work. That March, he painted local landscapes using a gridded "perspective frame". Three of these paintings were shown at the annual exhibition of the Société des Artistes Indépendants. In April, he was visited by the American artist Dodge MacKnight, who was living nearby at Fontvieille. On 1 May, he signed a lease for 15 francs per month in the eastern wing of the Yellow House at No. 2 Place Lamartine. The rooms were unfurnished and uninhabited for some time. He was still at the Hôtel Restaurant Carrel, but the rate charged by the hotel was 5 francs a week, which he found excessive. He disputed the price, took the case to a local arbitrator, and was awarded a twelve franc reduction on the total bill. He moved from the Hôtel Carrel to the Café de la Gare on 7 May, where he became friends with the proprietors, Joseph and Marie Ginoux. Although the Yellow House had to be furnished before he could fully move in, Van Gogh was able to utilize it as a studio. Hoping to have a gallery to display his work, his project at this time was a series of paintings including Van Gogh's Chair (1888), Bedroom in Arles (1888), The Night Café (1888), Cafe Terrace at Night (September 1888), Starry Night Over the Rhone (1888), and Still Life: Vase with Twelve Sunflowers (1888), all intended to form the décoration for the Yellow House. Van Gogh wrote about The Night Café: "I have tried to express the idea that the café is a place where one can ruin oneself, go mad, or commit a crime.” When he visited Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer that June, he gave drawing lessons to a Zouave second lieutenant—Paul-Eugène Milliet —and painted boats on the sea and the village. Documents Resource sites (14) ☐ Van Gogh's LeZers ☐ Van Gogh Museum ☐ Works by or about Vincent van Gogh in libraries ☐ Vincent van Gogh Gallery 3 1 ☐ Memoir of Vincent van Gogh. Johanna Gesina van Gogh-­‐Bonger, Vincent's sister in law. ☐ DécoraNon: Vincent van Gogh's Werkreihe für das Gelbe Haus in Arles. Dorn, R. ☐ Modern PainNng and the Northern RomanNc TradiNon: Friedrich to Rothko. Rosenblum, R. ☐ Van Gogh in Arles. Nemeczek, A. ☐ Studies in Post-­‐Impressionism. Rewald, J. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_van_Gogh Similar to Johanna Gesina van Gogh-Bonger’s reflections on expression where she

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