As announced, I would like to use the next couple of posts to provide a little technical information on our PELAGIOS datavisualization demo, aka the Graph Explorer. In this post I’ll provide a quick rundown of the technologies we have used to implement the demo. So if your interest is in understanding the code, deploying […]
Just a short post to announce the availability of a live demo installation of the PELAGIOS Graph Explorer! Feel free to play with it at http://pelagios.dme.ait.ac.at/graph-explorer Mind that this is our development server, so the demo may be down occasionally as we are working on it.
The PELAGIOS project blog has been a little silent recently. But certainly not because of the summer – but rather because of some busy work that has been going on behind the scenes! Today I’d like to present some results of this work: the alpha version of the PELAGIOS Graph Explorer (working title 😉 The […]
Below I describe how the Arachne Places and Topographical Units are used to annotate the Pleiades Places. The output format will be OAC RDF, as it has been agreed upon. The approach towards annotation is fully automated and preformed by a PHP script. The Datasources: Pleiades+: Pleiades+ CSV file, ordered by the Pleiades ID converted […]
Pelagios is funded by JISC under the GECO (Geospatial Engagement and Community Outreach) activity. In all #jiscGEO has some twelve “15/10” geo projects, whose common overall aims include increasing the use of geospatial tools, establishing a trajectory for embedding geospatial resources within a research and learning environment, and promoting best practice (particularly interoperability) for transferring […]
Budget forecast* Total Staffing costs 59% Partner collaboration activities (incl. the workshop) 16% Overheads (Estates and Indirects) 27% *This is the total budget, including contributions In Kind from partners (see below) Budget Management The Arts Faculty Research Grants Manager is Suzanne Duncanson-Hunter. She is working closely with both the PI and CoI to make […]
PELAGIOS stands for ‘Pelagios: Enable Linked Ancient Geodata In Open Systems’. The idea behind the project is simple, even if the actions to fulfill it – and the acronym – are not. On-line resources that reference ancient places are multiplying rapidly, bringing huge potential for the researcher provided that they can be found; but, even […]