VCC3ProposalDisplaying and FindingJean-Luc Minel (MoDyCo, Univ. Paris Ouest-La Défense & TGE Adonis)In collaboration with ...
“Improve research opportunities and outcomes throughlinking distributed digital source materials of many kinds”http://www....
Who are experts on Open Archive?Who offers a PID service?Who works on Alexandrian pottery, 2nd century B.C.?What are the a...
To deal with decentralized dataEach contributor is responsible for the description of hiscontributionEach country is respo...
Workflow5
Proof of concept6
Some detailsExample of RDFa Annotations<!-- la description du contenu de la contribution --><meta property="dc:subject" co...
Some rough detailsSPARQL QueryPREFIX rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#>PREFIX foaf: <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/...
Answering relevant questions with a smarter HCISPARQL Query http://sandbox-ist.tge-adonis.fr/dariah-fr/demo/9
Answering relevant questionsPID assigned byISIDORE if necessaryAutomatic enrichmentsusing thesaurus and skosrelations10
A very smart HCI(http://www.rechercheisidore.fr/search/?source=10670/2.8uuv54)11
Example with VIAFhttp://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/presentations/hickey/20110302-EMEARC.pdfTo benefit from Linked D...
To benefit from Linked Data13
To benefit from Linked Data14
To benefit from Linked Data15
geonames.orgcreativecommons.orgdbpedia.orglexvo.org 16
<meta property=‘dc:coverage’ content=‘http://dbpedia.org/page/France’ />17
Some milestonesHow long to make annotations using RDFA ?Between 15 or 30 mn by contributions (depending on whomake it and ...
Flexibility and Responsibility/Best practicesDariah.eu can display all contributions on its websiteANDAll partners can dis...
Some issuesContributions in English“Standardisation” of the description of the contributions(proposition of a template)Cho...
Some issuesLinked DataHow to exploit data from other triplestores?Which ones ?Social Network?21
In a nutshellEach partner manages its contributions and displaysthem on a webpage of a websiteEach webpage is annotated wi...
Huma-NumVery Large Facility for the Digital HumanitiesProduced by
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1) A national contributor point of view who wants to give visibility to his contributions

2) A researchers point of view, of any countries, who is looking for specific tools or data of any topics. Consequently, this proposal wants to give to the researchers some means to find relevant information

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  1. 1. VCC3ProposalDisplaying and FindingJean-Luc Minel (MoDyCo, Univ. Paris Ouest-La Défense & TGE Adonis)In collaboration with Sophie David, Shadia Kilouchi, Nicolas Larrousse,Stéphane Pouyllau (TGE Adonis) and Laurent Capelli (CCSD)22-23 May 2013
  2. 2. “Improve research opportunities and outcomes throughlinking distributed digital source materials of many kinds”http://www.dariah.eu/For contributorsTo give visibility to their contributionsFor researchersTo give them tools to find relevant informationObjectives2
  3. 3. Who are experts on Open Archive?Who offers a PID service?Who works on Alexandrian pottery, 2nd century B.C.?What are the available collections on archeology?What is the procedure to obtain the DSA?What are the recommended formats for images?What are the Dutch contributions?Is Jean-Luc Minel involved in Dariah?Is the INA (Institut national de l’audiovisuel) involved inDariah?Which European projects are related to Dariah?etc.What could be relevant questions?3
  4. 4. To deal with decentralized dataEach contributor is responsible for the description of hiscontributionEach country is responsible for gathering and displayingthe contributionsTo use standard toolsTo use languages of the Semantic Web (RDF, SPARQL)To exploit Linked Open Data possibilitiesTo use existing data from other repositoriesLow cost and time investmentPrinciples4
  5. 5. Workflow5
  6. 6. Proof of concept6
  7. 7. Some detailsExample of RDFa Annotations<!-- la description du contenu de la contribution --><meta property="dc:subject" content="type doffre : Accès" /><meta property="dc:subject" content="DARIAH" /><meta property="dc:subject" content="Linguistique" /><meta property="dc:subject" content="Histoire" /><meta property="dc:subject" content="VCC3" /><meta property="dc:subject" content="Corpus journalistique,Presse Régionale, PQR, XML - TEI P5, TEI P5, Est Républicain,Productivité" />7Name of theVCC Type of offerDiscipline Discipline
  8. 8. Some rough detailsSPARQL QueryPREFIX rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#>PREFIX foaf: <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/>PREFIX dcterms: <http://purl.org/dc/terms/>PREFIX dc: <http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/>PREFIX skos: <http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/core#>select DISTINCT ?title ?name ?subject{?x rdfs:type <http://www.rechercheisidore.fr/class/Source> .?x skos:altLabel "DARIAH FR" .?uri ?p ?x.?uri dcterms:title ?title .?uri dcterms:creator ?contact .?contact foaf:name ?name .?uri dc:subject ?subject .?uri dc:subject "VCC3"@fr.}8
  9. 9. Answering relevant questions with a smarter HCISPARQL Query http://sandbox-ist.tge-adonis.fr/dariah-fr/demo/9
  10. 10. Answering relevant questionsPID assigned byISIDORE if necessaryAutomatic enrichmentsusing thesaurus and skosrelations10
  11. 11. A very smart HCI(http://www.rechercheisidore.fr/search/?source=10670/2.8uuv54)11
  12. 12. Example with VIAFhttp://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/presentations/hickey/20110302-EMEARC.pdfTo benefit from Linked Data12
  13. 13. To benefit from Linked Data13
  14. 14. To benefit from Linked Data14
  15. 15. To benefit from Linked Data15
  16. 16. geonames.orgcreativecommons.orgdbpedia.orglexvo.org 16
  17. 17. <meta property=‘dc:coverage’ content=‘http://dbpedia.org/page/France’ />17
  18. 18. Some milestonesHow long to make annotations using RDFA ?Between 15 or 30 mn by contributions (depending on whomake it and the accuracy of the metadata)How long to develop a crawler ?No need to develop a crawler. ISIDORE exists and isavailable (French contribution in Dariah). Of course, it ispossible to use another crawler.How long to build a triplestore?Few hours using a private or public data center. It is notrequired that each country builds a Tstore.How long to develop simple HCI ?One day by an agile digital humanist. Of course, HCI can beshare18
  19. 19. Flexibility and Responsibility/Best practicesDariah.eu can display all contributions on its websiteANDAll partners can display and expand all their contributionswith their own choices (VIAF, IDREF, Geonames, Pactols,etc.) and with their own interfaces***As all partners describe and expand their contributions,they are responsible for their visibility... which is also a bestpractice19
  20. 20. Some issuesContributions in English“Standardisation” of the description of the contributions(proposition of a template)Choice of vocabulariesDcterms, foaf, skos, biboTaxonomies, ontologies and thesauriEx.: NeDiMAH ontology, Rameau, Geonames, etc.Existing, simple and but not perfect!20
  21. 21. Some issuesLinked DataHow to exploit data from other triplestores?Which ones ?Social Network?21
  22. 22. In a nutshellEach partner manages its contributions and displaysthem on a webpage of a websiteEach webpage is annotated with RDFa, following someguidelines (using common tags and vocabularies)Dariah.eu (and/or Dariah.Anycountry) harvests thesewebsites regularly and puts all the harvested data in atriplestoreDariah.eu and/or Dariah.Anycountry offer simple toolsto peruse all these dataAnyone can search in the triplestore using SparqlqueriesVisibility, simplicity, interoperability22
  23. 23. Huma-NumVery Large Facility for the Digital HumanitiesProduced by

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