The slides, The notebook (open it in RStudio!), The ggplot2 tutorial (in French, Github repository.
The objective of this workshop is to examine the challenges of how to store, represent and exploit digital historical information. The first part will give an overview of the Semantic Web technologies ecosystem, with the introduction of Linked Data, RDF, Ontologies, and SPARQL. The second part will be a hands-on SPARQL training, with the exploration […]
Tobias Hodel, Staatsarchiv des Kantons Zürich firstname.lastname@example.org The workshop will give an introduction in the technologies of text recognition. We will use Transkribus, a free and open platform for recognizing text, using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) as well as Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR). Transkribus is developed in project READ: Archives, libraries and universities are increasingly […]
This workshop aims to explore the digital collection of laws of the Official Compilation (Recueil Officiel des lois fédérales) from 1947 to 1998. Unlike most literary texts, legal texts are deeply nested and interlinked: they require a specific approach, but their systematic structure also facilitates the extraction of numeric and categorical data, such as dates […]
Initially designed for statistical analysis, R has become a reference tool for research in human and social sciences as well as in life or hard sciences. Thanks to a system of libraries which carry additional functionalities, the use of R has become frequent in digital humanities: data processing, analysis and visualisation, network analysis, natural language […]