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Ramble On | Digital Humanities - DH
RAMBLE ON is a new project aimed at analysing the mobility of past famous individuals by using Natural Language Processing modules applied to unstructured texts, more specifically to biographies in the English Wikipedia. S. Menini, R. Sprugnoli, G. Moretti, E. Bignotti, S. Tonelli and B. Lepri. via Pocket
history  interactive  maps  migration  routes  visualization 
6 days ago by kintopp
Taking the Cerne Abbas Walk: From Conceptual Art to Computational Art—Wolfram Blog
Cerne Abbas Walk is an artwork by Richard Long, in the collection of the Tate Modern in London and on display at the time of this writing. Several of Long’s works involve geographic representations of his walks, some abstract and some concrete. via Pocket
geo  graphs  maps  routes  wolfram 
7 days ago by kintopp
GeoJSON Path Finder
GeoJSON Path Finder is a standalone JavaScript library for routing/path finding using GeoJSON as input. It can run offline in the browser without any server, or as a part of a Node.js application. It is ideal for simpler use cases where a more complete routing engine like OSRM or GraphHopper is overkill or not possible.
api  geo  json  maps  routes  tools  webdev 
23 days ago by kintopp
GraphHopper Directions API with Route Optimization
You can use our Route Optimization API to solve traveling salesman or vehicle routing problems e.g. last mile delivery or route planning for logistics. These problems occur almost everywhere in the world of moving things and people. via Pocket
api  geo  maps  routes  tools 
23 days ago by kintopp
TravelTime platform releases isochrone QGIS plugin
Today we launch a new QGIS plugin that enables users to create travel time polygons, also known as isochrones, using many modes of transport. via Pocket
geo  gis  maps  routes  tools 
23 days ago by kintopp
Possibility and Probability in Geospatial Information Visualization | Digital Humanities Specialist
Update: This piece incorporates writing by Karl Grossner, without properly crediting him, a mistake in which I get into in more detail here. Doing digital humanities often means producing digital geographic maps*. via Pocket
geo  interactive  itineraries  maps  models  routes  travel 
5 weeks ago by kintopp
linkedtraces.org
This work-in-progress prototype is intended to test and demonstrate GeoJSON-T, a GeoJSON extension in development for representing data about historical movement as well as the Place records of historical gazetteers. via Pocket
demos  gazetteer  itineraries  routes 
may 2019 by kintopp
Slave Voyages
This digital memorial raises questions about the largest slave trades in history and offers access to the documentation available to answer them. European colonizers turned to Africa for enslaved laborers to build the cities and extract the resources of the Americas. via Pocket
linkeddata  names  people  routes  slavery 
may 2019 by kintopp
Medieval and Tudor Ships of England
Our database contains the details of English, Welsh, and Channel Islands merchant ships, and the voyages they undertook, between 1400 and 1580. The database was compiled using evidence from three core documentary records: via Pocket
history  maps  military  routes  ships  uk 
november 2018 by kintopp
Travelogues: Perceptions of the Other 1500–1876 – A Computerized Analysis
This interdisciplinary and international project focuses on German language travelogues in the collections of the Austrian National Library, covering the period from 1500 to 1876. In order to analyze perceptions of “the other” and “the orient” in a large-scale text corpus, algorithms for the semi-automatized search for, and evaluation of, digitally available texts are being created.
austria  history  orient  research  travel  routes 
november 2018 by kintopp
Programme | Connected Past
How do social networks evolve over huge time-scales? How did geography constrain or enhance the development of past social networks? These are fundamental questions in both the study of the human past and network research, yet our ability to answer them is severely hampered by the limited development of spatiotemporal network methods. The Connected Past 2018 is a multi-disciplinary, international two-day conference that aims to provide a friendly and informal platform for exploring the use of network research in the study of the human past.
archaeology  conference  geo  graphs  history  networks  oxford  routes  time 
november 2018 by kintopp
[1809.08937] Networks and the Resilience and Fall of Empires: a Macro-Comparison of the Imperium Romanum and Imperial China
Authors: Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Abstract: This paper proposes to proceed from a rather metaphorical application of network terminology on polities and imperial formations of the past to an actual use of tools and concepts of network science. via Pocket
chinese  history  infrastructure  networks  paper  roman  routes 
november 2018 by kintopp
CLIWOC 2.1
Datasets on ship locations held in British, Dutch, Spanish, French, Argentinean logbooks from 1750-1850. See also: https://t.co/6BWRJo4sHM and https://figshare.com/articles/Hudson_s_Bay_Company_voyages_weather_data_1750-1850/4244372
datasets  geo  history  maps  open  data  ships  travel  routes 
november 2018 by kintopp
Early Modern Mobility | Research Group at Stanford University
During the early modern period (1500-1800), individuals and communities experienced dramatic changes in communication and transportation, establishing practices, institutions, and infrastructures that opened up new political and economic possibilities, and changed the way people understood the world. This multi-year collaboration will support a transregional study of mobility, incorporating multiple languages and national historiographies.
history  places  research  routes  space  travel  usa 
november 2018 by kintopp
Programme – Mobility & Space in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe
The application of spatial paradigms to the study of late medieval and early modern societies is now well underway. In contrast, the so-called ‘mobility turn’ has struggled to find its way from the social sciences to the humanities and particularly to disciplines concerned with the study of the past. This conference proposes to bring the two together by focusing on how everyday mobility contributed to the shaping of late medieval and early modern spaces, and how spatial frameworks affected the movement of people in pre-modern Europe.
conference  history  itineraries  oxford  routes  space  travel 
november 2018 by kintopp
Old World Trade Routes (OWTRAD) Project
Suggested citation format: Ciolek, T. Matthew. 1999 - present. Old World Trade Routes (OWTRAD) Project. Canberra: www.ciolek.com - Asia Pacific Research Online. https://ift.tt/1G51rn5 Old World Trade Routes (OWTRAD) Project (formerly "Old World Traditional Trade Routes (OWTRAD) Project") Dr T. via Pocket
ancient  geo  history  maps  routes  trade  travel 
march 2017 by kintopp
Linking Linked Places project update | Pelagios Commons
Last month Lex Berman hosted Rainer Simon and me for three days at Harvard’s Center for Geographic Analysis, to consolidate understandings from remote discussions about our Linked Places project, and to move the work forward. We made excellent progress. via Pocket
geo  itineraries  maps  routes  time 
november 2016 by kintopp
Dutch Ships and Sailors
Dutch Ships and Sailors provides an infrastructure for maritime historical datasets, linking correlating data through semantic web technology. via Pocket
history  linkeddata  netherlands  routes  ships 
august 2015 by kintopp

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