Another appointment of CEDAR in Sydney was to meet Ingrid Mason and Anne Cregan at Intersect Australia. Intersect is Australia’s largest full-service eResearch support agency.
Being one of the satellite events of the 12th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), SemStats tried to gather together for the first time the statistician and the semantic web communities.
The Soeterbeeck eHumanities Workshop took place on June 13th and 14th, in the study center of Soeterbeeck, near Ravenstein, the Netherlands.
The Open Data on the Web workshop (23 – 24 April 2013, Campus London, Shoreditch) was a great event co-organized by the W3C, the Open Data Institute and the Open Knowledge Foundation.
The first annual CEDAR mini symposium during last March 1st was a successful event! It gathered together 22 attendees from 9 interdisciplinary institutions in the Netherlands, all of them directly or indirectly linked with our census research.
Within the CEDAR project, iterative development cycles we refer to as miniprojects have been established to study, correct, harmonize and publish the Dutch historical censuses (1795-1971) in a constrained scale environment.
After successfully converting to RDF a subset of the whole sample of the Dutch historical censuses, some SPARQL queries have been launched against the dataset.
Along with all the e-Humanities Group projects, the CEDAR project is going to be presented this afternoon at the Meertens Institute, Symposiumzaal, Joan Muyskensweg 25, 1096 CJ Amsterdam in a special mini-symposium.
Currently, Europe is confronted with industrial restructuring, migration, an ageing population and financial crisis in a world of accelerated change.