Interactive Networks for Digital Cultural Heritage Collections - Scoping the Future of HistoGraph
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- Düring M., Wieneke L., Croce V. (2015) Interactive Networks for Digital Cultural Heritage Collections - Scoping the Future of HistoGraph. In: Cimiano P., Frasincar F., Houben GJ., Schwabe D. (eds) Engineering the Web in the Big Data Era. ICWE 2015. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 9114. Springer, Cham
Network visualizations are powerful albeit suggestive means to represent and explore complex relations between entities (people, words, places…) and have become increasingly popular in the humanities. In this article we briefly introduce the functionality of histoGraph, a technical demonstrator for the network-based analysis of photographs, survey current applications of network visualizations in the cultural heritage domain, and outline histoGraph’s future development as an open source tool for the visualization of cultural heritage data.
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