A series of hands-on seminars for skill acquisition of RDF and digitization by the method will be held jointly by Publicly Offered Research “Visual Analyses of Nominal Connectivity among 14th to 16th Century Arab Urban Elites,” C01, and Area Organizer’s “ITS’ Kitchen” of the Islamic Trust Studies Project.
“RDF hands-on seminar for data-driven research Part. 1”
Day 1 “Introduction to RDF”
Saturday, December 2, 2023 10:00-12:00
Lecturer: Jun Ogawa (Center for Open Data in the Humanities)
Day 2 “Describing the connectivity in the fifteenth century biographical works adopting the Semantic Web”
Presentation: Erina Ota-Tsukada (ILCAA)
Commentator: Jun Ogawa
Conditions: Open to the public, Admission Free, Online
Deadlime: Thursday, November 29 (After the deadline, please contact to the organizer)
*Zoom Link will be sent on Friday, November 30.
Grant-in Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) “Visual Analyses of Nominal Connectivity among 14th to 16th Century Arab Urban Elites” (Principal Investigator: Erina Ota-Tsukada (ILCAA), 23H03928), Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) “Connectivity Analyses by Digital Humanities Method” (Principal Investigator: Wakako Kumakura (Keio University), 20H05830), Grant-in Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A)“Connectivity and Trust Building in Islamic Civilization” (Area Organizer: Hidemitsu KUROKI (ILCAA/SRC Hokkaido University), 20H05823)
Contact: Erina Ota-Tsukada e.otatsukada [at] tufs.ac.jp