From words to map: TEI/XML coding for visualisation needs with leaflet.js use – workshop

Digital Huamanities: projects, researchers, project together with DeLab UW invites for Magdalena Turska prelection and worshop

 

From words to map: TEI/XML coding for visualisation needs with leaflet.js use – workshop

Number of participiants limited. For sign in please send e-mail request on delab@uw.edu.pl. Registrasion closes in 22nd February. To take part in workshops notebook with at least trial version of oXygen Editor software will be necessary.

Monday 23rd February 2015 at 2-4 pm

UW Library, DELab, I-st floor

55/56 Dobra Street, Warsaw

 

IT among humanists – short history of world’s clashed and what this clashed bring into science –prelection

Monday 23rd February 2015 at 5 pm

UW Library, 315 lounge, III-rd floor

55/56 Dobra Street, Warsaw

 

The workshop will be dedicated introduction to some TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) tools created to place position description. Way of place description, linking between defined places and related them to core text will be trained. After creation of place descriptions and relations to main text data extraction from XSLT format to JSON will be presented. JSON files will be data source for javascript library leaflet. That way complete footpath for preparing data to visualization as map builds inside website will be presented. Basic knowledge of HTML and XML will be useful, but is not necessary to take part in workshop.

Introduction ICT in humanities researchers in Warsaw has been started in early 80. Good example is coding in TEI correspondence of the Polish 17th Century poet Jan Dantyszek. During prelection author will present clash of ICT with humanities through the prism of personal experience gain during over ten years working on research projects at the University of Warsaw. The Author will show new conceptions of visualisation (HTML, XML) replacing relative databases.This aspect will be shown on examples many projects like researches on manuscripts from Latin diplomatic archives, works on polish 19 century colocatic dictionary or creating tools for research, social perception of sexual relation based on analysis linguistic aspects of modern novels.

Magdalena Turska – graduated IT specialist on AGH University of Science and Technology; co-author on-line edition of the Korpus tekstów I korespondencji Jana Dantyszka; for ten years she has been working as consultant and developer of the researcher projects in humanistic fields on Warsaw University; currently working as IT specialist on Oxford University, where she is building infrastructure for digital publishing, implementation some aspects of TEI Simple project and training young researchers as part of the programme Digital Scholary Editions Initial Training Network.

A lecture was a part of series lecture, conference and workshops titled: Digital Humanities: Project, People, Theory organised by DELab UW.


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