Monthly Archives: September 2016

CLARIAH Linked Data Workshop

[This blog post is co-written with Marieke van Erp and Rinke Hoekstra and is cross-posted from the Clariah website] Background Linked Data, RDF and Semantic Web are popular buzzwords in tech-land and within CLARIAH. But they may not be familiar

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Understanding Knowledge Networks

[This post is by Krishna Mangaladevi on his Master project] I thought that this would be interesting to some of you who would like to read the work done on understanding the linked open data based “Knowledge Networks”. This study

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Downscale2016 proceedings published

  I chose to publish the proceedings of Downscale2016 using Figshare. This gives a nice persistent place for the proceedings and includes a DOI. To cite the proceedings, use the text below. The proceedings is published using the CC-BY license. Victor de Boer, Anna

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Installing and Running the First Big-Data-Europe Health Pilot

[This blog post is reblogged from and written by Ronald Siebes and Victor de Boer] As previously announced, the pilot implementation for the Big-Data-Europe platform for Societal Challenge 1 (the Health domain) facilitates the Open PHACTS discovery Platform functionality.

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Crowdsourcing brainstem tumors at Lowlands 2016

Brainstem tumors are a rare form of childhood cancer for which there is currently no cure. The Semmy Foundation aims to increase the survival of children with this type of cancer by supporting scientific research. The Center for Advanced Studies

Posted in CrowdTruth, Projects

Crowd- and nichesourcing for film and media scholars

[This post describes Aschwin Stacia‘s MSc. project and is based on his thesis] There are many online and private film collections that lack structured annotations to facilitate retrieval. In his Master project work, Aschwin Stacia explored the effectiveness of a crowd-and nichesourced film tagging

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer