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6. Digital Humanities Innovation Lab (LINHD). Clara Martínez Cantón

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Succeed Interoperability Workshop. 2nd October, 2014. The Hague (The Netherlands).

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6. Digital Humanities Innovation Lab (LINHD). Clara Martínez Cantón

  1. 1. LINHD Digital Humanities Innovation Lab
  2. 2. 2 Why? Institutional commitment to INNOVATION: Pioneer in Spain "Linked data" Digital Agenda for Europe New model of university: Changes in the academic and researcher enviroment New model of Interdisciplinary RESEARCH CENTRE: + Technology Humanities
  3. 3. GOALS AND FUNCTIONS Innovation Information Consultancy and technological services and training
  4. 4. LINHD Interoperability Projects http://linhd.uned.es/
  5. 5. LINHD. Linked Data Commitment DiRePo
  6. 6. The big project of semantic web at the UNED
  7. 7. Linked Data at the UNED
  8. 8. Data at the UNED nowadays Relationship enterprises-university Research groups Research institutes Research centers Libraries Research apps Office apps Data of the university staff OTRI
  9. 9. UNEDATA LINKED DATA Relationship enterprises-university Research institutes Libraries Research Centers Researcher app OTRI Offices apps Semantic UNED: UNEDATA Data of the university staff Publicize UNED
  10. 10. UNEDATA Advantages More visibility and impact in the researchers work – Open Access More efficiency in our research Exploitation of the richness of spread data Possibilities of ampliation through linking UNED to other universities
  11. 11. Project phases Data analysis and preparation of the infrastructure Ontologies design and modeling Development and implementation Visualization and information retrieval
  12. 12. DIREPO Linking digital poetic repertoires www.remetca.uned.es
  13. 13. The project ReMetCa Repertorio Métrico Digital de la Poesía Medieval Castellana (Digital Repertoire on the Metrics of the Medieval Castilian Poetry) 2011 Tool to study and research on Medieval Castilian Poetry
  14. 14. Metrical repertoires: From paper to digital
  15. 15. Metrical repertoires: From paper to digital
  16. 16. Metrical repertoires: From paper to digital
  17. 17. Why don’t we link repertoires?
  18. 18. How to link repertoires Issues to consider Different structure and level of complexity Different content and antiquity Different technological systems SQL databases Propietary RDBMS systems XML tagged text Different levels of access
  19. 19. Interoperability solutions • Using SQL forms to combine SQL databases • Transforming content into XML tagged text • Using standardized protocols of interoperability like OAI-PMH • Not possible for non SQL databases • Would require a lot of work on each DB • Not enough to express the content and relations of each repertoire
  20. 20. Solution
  21. 21. Linked data challenge
  22. 22. Why a linked data model Based on metadata added to existing databases Does not alter the internal structure of each repertoire Code is published as linked data available on the web Extensible and flexible model
  23. 23. Steps to implement the model Modelling a common ontology Identification of fields corresponding to metadata in each database Data ingest and data curation Establishement of a SPARQL endpoint Visualization tools and apps
  24. 24. We are here… Modelling a common ontology for poetical repertoires
  25. 25. Some issues No previous ontology on poetry existed Need of standardization of some fields (eg: metrical and rhythmical scheme) Need to create controlled vocabularies to organize information
  26. 26. ReMetCa’s choice OWL Full Double Ontology system combined General ontology – for interoperability purposes Poetry ontology – specific for Castilian poetry problems
  27. 27. The Ontology
  28. 28. POEM Author Title Incipit Manuscript Post quem Ante quem Language Topics Edition Online edition POEM Isometrism Isostrophism Metrical scheme Rhyme scheme Rhyme Musical notation Number of stanzas Number of lines Poetic form
  29. 29. POEM Author Title Incipit Manuscript Post quem Ante quem Language Topics Edition Online edition Work Classes POEM Isometrism Isostrophism Metrical scheme Rhyme scheme Rhyme Musical notation Number of stanzas Number of lines Poetic form
  30. 30. POEM Author Title Incipit Manuscript Post quem Ante quem Language Topics Edition Online edition Work Object Properties POEM Isometrism Isostrophism Metrical scheme Rhyme scheme Rhyme Musical notation Number of stanzas Number of lines Poetic form
  31. 31. POEM Author Title Incipit Manuscript Post quem Ante quem Language Topics Edition Online edition Work Data Properties POEM Isometrism Isostrophism Metrical scheme Rhyme scheme Rhyme Musical notation Number of stanzas Number of lines Poetic form

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