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Slides for Linked Data for Production (LD4P)

Published on June 29, 2015 by in Uncategorized

Attached to this post are the slides from my presentation on BIBFLOW at the LD4P gathering at Stanford on June 29, 2015. The talk provides an overview of BIBFLOW’s work to model cataloguing workflows for a native Linked Data ecosystem. It reviews BIBFLOWS workflow test cases, our work to code

 
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Berkeley Pre-ALA UC Linked Data Symposium

Published on June 25, 2015 by in Miscellanea

Slides for my talk at the UC Berkeley Linked Data Symposium can be found here. The symposium brought together representatives from all UC campuses to discuss Linked Data oriented projects underway at each campus. My presentation was given in conjunction with Xiaoli Li, the head of the UC Davis Library’s

 
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Approaches to Digital Bibliography and Book History: Scraping, Analysis, and Visualization

Published on June 16, 2015 by in Uncategorized

What follows is a loosely organized collection of links and information about web-scraping, data analysis, and visualization. The information is presented as part of the instructional material for my Rare Book School course on Approaches to Digital Bibliography and Book History, co-taught with Benjamin Pauley. Before moving on, its helpful

 
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Approaches to Digital Bibliography and Book History: Ontology Reference

Published on June 15, 2015 by in Miscellanea

What follows is a loosely organized collection of links and information both about commonly used ontologies and about working with ontologies in OWL. The information is presented as part of the instructional material for my Rare Book School course on Approaches to Digital Bibliography and Book History, co-taught with Benjamin

 
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Preliminary Lessons Learned from Typesetting a Broadside Ballad

Published on January 8, 2015 by in Miscellanea

Over the past several months the English Broadside Ballad Team (EBBA), supplemented by an additional group of UC Santa Barbara graduate students, has been engaged in the act of re-creating, from scratch, a 17th century Broadside Ballad.  Beginning with old shirts and rags, we worked in the UCSB Art Studio

 
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