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Links to the Tracking Colour Project, August 2013

Posted by: Will Wootton in Digital Humanities News 8 years, 3 months ago >

We have added some links to the excellent Tracking Colour project based at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen. In our archive there are three source images of a female goddess from the Hadrianic Baths at Aphrodisias: {PR307_03_02}, {PR307_03_04}, {PR307_03_08}

27.03.12 Conference: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archeology

Posted by: Will Wootton in Digital Humanities Events 9 years, 8 months ago >

Yesterday I went to the CAA 2012 conference in Southampton, one of the top conferences in the world in the field of computational archaeology. I couldn't stay for longer than a day, but I've seen enough to say that archaeologist definitely know their way around when it comes to combining IT with their discipline.

Image of the Month, December 2011

Posted by: Will Wootton in Digital Humanities 10 years ago >

Towards a conceptual model of the sculpture domain #2

Posted by: Will Wootton in Digital Humanities 10 years, 4 months ago >

After a few weeks of work we have done a reiteration of the conceptual map of the main entitieswe are dealing with which was created a few weeks ago.

Towards a conceptual model of the sculpture domain

Posted by: Will Wootton in Digital Humanities 10 years, 5 months ago >

One of the first steps involved in the building of a digital resource (and in particular, a database-backed digital resource) is the construction of a conceptual model that can represent the main types of things being dealt with in a project.