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You can set a time frame (like 10 years), shift that (like from 1500 to 1900) and see how certain correspondences change their geographical centres).
 
You can set a time frame (like 10 years), shift that (like from 1500 to 1900) and see how certain correspondences change their geographical centres).
  
== Create Stemmas ==
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== Create Stemmata ==
We created to properties for this: [[Property:P233]] names the object - a book edition, a manuscript or any other thing that is genetically earlier. [[Property:P234]] comes as the qualifier and offers a statement on what basis the object can be seen as a precedent. You might for instance link a translation to the edition that gave the original text.
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[[File:Howald-sigerist.png|thumb|Ernst Howald and Henry E. Sigerist. Antonii Musa De herba vettonica ... Leipzig 1927]] We created to properties for this: [[Property:P233]] names the object - a book edition, a manuscript or any other thing that is genetically earlier. [[Property:P234]] comes as the qualifier and offers a statement on what basis the object can be seen as a precedent. You might for instance link a translation to the edition that gave the original text.
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The organisation is top down chronological (the guide lines in the picture above are not that beautiful, but dates on y-axis would be cool).
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Objects can have multiple connections to earlier Items (a medieval scribe could use two books to create a new version of the text).
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It would be cool if the P234 information became available - maybe on mouseover or through different colours to state how things are connected (like just a copy, a translation, an abridgment).
  
 
== Show how overlaps in organisations ==
 
== Show how overlaps in organisations ==
  
 
== How are two people related? (family connections, correspondences etc.) ==
 
== How are two people related? (family connections, correspondences etc.) ==

Revision as of 17:27, 7 September 2019

The following SPARQL-applications would be extremely cool to have (and might deserve web interfaces to address regular historians and normal people).

Visualise corresondences on maps

The input is either a selection of names to explore, a time segment or a specified research interest (field of research (P97) is designed for such searches).

What one would like to have is something that does thigs like Nodegoat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLDRNiJrRUc

You can set a time frame (like 10 years), shift that (like from 1500 to 1900) and see how certain correspondences change their geographical centres).

Create Stemmata

Ernst Howald and Henry E. Sigerist. Antonii Musa De herba vettonica ... Leipzig 1927
We created to properties for this: preceding in stemma (P233) names the object - a book edition, a manuscript or any other thing that is genetically earlier. connection in stemma (P234) comes as the qualifier and offers a statement on what basis the object can be seen as a precedent. You might for instance link a translation to the edition that gave the original text.

The organisation is top down chronological (the guide lines in the picture above are not that beautiful, but dates on y-axis would be cool).

Objects can have multiple connections to earlier Items (a medieval scribe could use two books to create a new version of the text).

It would be cool if the P234 information became available - maybe on mouseover or through different colours to state how things are connected (like just a copy, a translation, an abridgment).

Show how overlaps in organisations

How are two people related? (family connections, correspondences etc.)