A Semantic Media Wiki serving the digital humanities (and everyone interested) as a collective repository of primary information

  • designed to collect metadata from research institutions, archives, libraries
  • inviting researchers to modify, augment and create information and to use the grid as a collective card box for preliminary and sketchy information (as long as items can be linked to primary sources)
  • inviting users to set links between items and to analyze the connections
  • offering visualizations such as
  • the distribution of search results on maps
  • the configuration of networks
  • timeline statistics
  • quantifying diagrams

for more: http://wiki-grid.org/wikigrid-project.pdf

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