The following twelve spin-off projects in OCR, Text-mining and Visualisation, in several combinations of subteams, were initiated during Tarski’s Revolution, or followed immediately after it.
TiCCLing Philosophy (2012-2013)
Funded by the CLARIN-NL Call 4, TiCCLing Philosophy developed the open source OCR-post correction tool @PhilosTEI, which is the open source answer to the commercial ABBYY. The tool can OCR multi-lingual, multi-script historical texts including 19th-Century Fraktur. We continue involvement with Martin Reynaert’s work within CLARIAH as users. Next to perfectioning our current tool, one of the aims is to build a workflow from printed work to text-mining of ‘more than perfectly OCR-ed’ corpora.
@PhilosTEI: Building Corpora for Philosophers [in press]. Betti, A., Reynaert, M., van den Berg, H., in: Odijk, J., van Hessen, A. (Eds.), CLNBK16. Ubiquity Press, London, 2017.
Text-Cleaning & Digital Editions in Open Access
An online collaborative edition of Bolzano’s Wissenschaftslehre in Open Access, linked to something called Bernard Bolzano Portal, a new experimental collaboratory for research communities.
Phil@scale 1 (2012-2013)
Developed the text analysis tool SalVe (desktop version) conceived especially for philosophical texts, together with the group of Frank van Harmelen (VU). SalVe is not yet properly documented, nor packaged for distribution. This paper contains an explanation of the workings of the software and what is can do for philosophy:
In Wieneke, L.; Jones, C.; Düring, M.; Armaselu, F.; and Leboutte, R., editor(s), Proceedings of the Third Conference on Digital Humanities in Luxembourg with a Special Focus on Reading Historical Sources in the Digital Age. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, CEUR-WS.org, volume 1681, Aachen, 2016.
SalVing GlamMap (2014)
Added text-mining functionality to GlamMap, see Visualisation.
Modelling Perspectives (1 oct 2015-31 lug 2016)
We are still trying to get a tool out of this one.
Mapping Philosophy in Europe
a visualisation pilot showing logic books in Europe (1700-1940) on a map, together with the group of DJA-fellow Bettina Speckmann (Eindhoven). It developed the first prototype of GlamMap, a visualization tool of bibliographic metadata using interactive, computer-generated maps in the tradition of Minard.
Mapping Philosophy 2
Follow-up of Mapping Philosophy in Europe.
Mapping Culture (GlamMap): Scalability of insightful metadata visualisation for the GLAM (cultural heritage) sector
ERC Proof of Concept. We scaled GlamMap up to a million record, and did market research as to innovation and commercialisation potential.
GlamMap GlamUp (2013-2014)
Third follow-up, focused on data cleanup and the (re)usability of our map by libraries linking to OCLC/WorldCat ids.
Our current visualisation project is CatVis.
All our new projects are listed here.