Rainer Simon replied to the topic IIIF, Transkribus & Recogito annotation approaches/ecosystems in the forum Recogito Users forum 1 year, 6 months ago
<I would find it useful to have a high level description of the relationship between IIIF, Transkribus, and Recogito annotation approaches>
There is no existing high level description I’m afraid 😉 I’d be interested in a bigger picture of how Recogito can fit with Transkribus, myself, e.g., because that’s entirely unexplored te…[Read more]
Regarding the techical side: I’m CC-ing @kgeographer. Karl is working on gazetteer models as part of the Pittsburgh World Historical Gazetter project & we’re coordinating our work with his through the Linked Pasts WG.
Beyond your particular scope, the topic of “How do I bootstrap a new digital/Linked Data gazetter” should also be highly relevan…[Read more]
there should be a few tools (of varying quality) floating around the Web which will allow you to draw a shape manually and copy the coordinates out. E.g.
(This one will print out a GeoJSON-compatible geometry object you can copy-and-paste)
If you are just looking to draw a small number of…[Read more]
When it comes to map tiles, I think you will not find anyone more knowledgeable in the whole wide Pelagios world than @Johan Åhlfeldt I know he has a lot of work on his plate though, so not sure how much free capacity there is for him to jump in.
However: you may want to keep an eye on the Roman Empire Vector Map project, one of our gr…[Read more]
We are planning a few things to that end:
There will be global search (i.e. across user accounts) on documents that were made open for public access by their owners. (As default, documents are only visible to whoever uploads them.)
It’s also planned to enable discovery of related material by suggesting (public) documents by other users that…[Read more]
it’s not that straightforward any more, since Recogito is no longer one “bucket for all”, but instead has personal workspaces for everyone. The index page for an account is generally located at a URL such as this:
If you are referring to the documents we used to work on in Pelagios 3, I’m…[Read more]
Rainer Simon replied to the topic Integrating geo-annotations in a reading/learning environment in the forum Discussion List 2 years, 4 months ago
Many thanks @c-palladino for initiating this discussion. I couldn’t agree more that this is extremely relevant!
I hope I’m now not derailing a request for technical advice into too much of a fundamental discussion. But I think (and agree) there’s simply a big open gap when it comes to this issue.
Starting from within the limited confines of R…[Read more]
Rainer Simon replied to the topic Resource Development Grants Proposal: Disambiguation of places and periods in the forum Linked Pasts forum 2 years, 6 months ago
I think this could indeed be interesting. Peripleo would be the wrong project for this (it’s a search engine for Pelagios data, and not concerned with geo-parsing). But for Recogito, it might be a fit. (Did you look into how Recogito works? If not, the 10-minute tutorial provides a quick introduction.)
A potential direction would be…[Read more]
there may be a little delay with this, as we’re frantically getting everything patched together for our official Recogito 2 release on or around Linked Pasts 😉
Great! I spent some more time thinking about your questions. Ultimately, I think there is a really good case for handling multiple versions of the same resource as well. Particularly in the context of teaching. Although it’s certainly not a trivial thing to solve… But we should definitely keep the discussion going & the experiences you’ll gather…[Read more]
P.S.: I’m not 100% sure about that request:
The main question is: is there a way to see all the (public) annotations that has been done on a map? Even if they have different authors that have never “shared” their annotation with each other?
Annotations & document (=map, in your case) are “tied together”, as it were. So if the document is made pub…[Read more]
first of all:
I’m going to use Recogito 2 during during both an online class and a traditional one.
That’s music to my ears
Concerning your question: I’d strongly advise against uploading multiple copies of the same map and then let people work on their own copy by themselves. It will be very hard to merge the results a…[Read more]
+1 for “when”, then
Looking at the link you sent, @kgeographer, GeoJSON seems to go for “at”, or “start”/”end”, respectively. (As mentioned above, I’m fine with this terminology if it’s “encapsulated” in the context of an object.) And there’d always be room for more fine-grained dating along the lines of start/latest_start.
Thx for the…[Read more]
to add some more context, now that I’m back in the office There have been some E-Mail discussions going on recently about practices for publishing gazetteer data as GeoJSON. I’d very much like to see this happen! However, GeoJSON only standardizes the representation of the geometry, and provides the container structure (as it…[Read more]
I put the slides for a presentation I gave recently here:
It’s mostly a general overview of Pelagios. But with a bit of an extra gazetteer focus, so hopefully this is something you can use and/or pick from. Beware: it’s a big file (44MB) because there are two videos…[Read more]
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