Please find all details on CEDAR’s final event here.
On last October 7th and 8th CEDAR joined the Talk of Europe Creative Camp, in the Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid (NISV) in Hilversum.
On June 12-13 I attended the very First Digital Humanities Benelux Conference (#DHBenelux) in The Hague, organised in the Koninklijke Bibliotheek / Huygens ING.
During last April 2, CEDAR participated in the great 1st VU Digital History Datathon (notice the difference with a hackathon).
Harmonization is a fundamental task in CEDAR to improve census data quality and comparability.
Once a year we celebrate a project mini symposium, where we come together, report our advances, and open the floor to researchers interested in the variety of topics the project involves: statistical data, social history, the Semantic Web, data harmonisation, and many others. This year we will have a two-day program.
The 507 census tables contain several dimensions, which correspond to the column and row headers with the properties (gender, marital status, etc.) that the census numbers describe.
We’re pleased to announce the first (alpha) release of the Dutch historical censuses dataset as Linked Data. Point your browsers and applications to the SPARQL endpoint
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.