The Platform

A generic web solution for the management of digital and physical collections

Inherently manages ontologies, specified on a scientific field or based on prototypes (e.g. FRBR-FRAD-FRSAD/FRBR LRM, BIB-FRAME, FRBR-OO, e.t.c.)

Offers the ability for the management of your organization collection directly as a semantic and linked open data set.

  • Bibliographic catalog
  • Repository

A perfect fit for

  • Libraries (academic, municipal, public etc)
  • Archives
  • Museums
  • Generic content

Implementations

 
Greek Modern History Repository (Aselis)

Greek Modern History Repository (Aselis)

An online digital archive focusing on political, historical and societal publications regarding Greek Civil War (1946-1949) and the 1940-1949 decade. Implemented on ontology based on the FRBR-FRAD-FRSAD semantic models.

 
AMELib

AMELib

An Accessible Multi-modal Electronic Library. Amelib network hosts all the Academic libraries of Greece, tha National Library of Greece and organisations for the visually impaired. Offers accessible digital content through an equally accessible web application. Implemented on ontology based on the FRBR-FRAD-FRSAD semantic models.

 
DACALBO: Alchemy in byzantium

DACALBO: Alchemy in byzantium

The DACALBO project addresses a significant gap in the current historiography of sciences, by exploring and carefully mapping the Byzantine and post-Byzantine alchemy through the creation of a comprehensive, open access, digitized, and searchable database and metadata material. Implemented on domain-specific custom ontology.

 
Repository of the SOW project

Repository of the SOW project

Project SOW focuses on the dialog between science and religion in the Orthodox Christian world. More than 50 specialists from 15 countries participate from various academic fields such as Science, Philosophy, History, Theology and Education. The online archive is under construction. Implemented on domain-specific custom ontology.

News

 ReasonableGraph platform is included in the Library of Congress list of BIBFRAME 2.0 implementations.

  RG platform in the Library of Congress list of BIBFRAME 2.0 implementations

We are proud to announce that ReasonableGraph platform is included in the Library of Congress list of BIBFRAME 2.0 implementations.

ASELIS repo based on RG presented in seminar by Association of Greek Librarians

 ASELIS repo based on RG presented in seminar by Association of Greek Librarians

ASELIS repo on greek history, which is based on the RG platform, will be presented in a seminar on semantic data organized by the Association of Greek Librarians at the Eygenidis Foundation in Athens on the 3th of November 2017.

ReasonableGraph.org participation @ Greek IAML Branch Conference

 ReasonableGraph.org participation @ Greek IAML Branch Conference

On the 21th and 22th of April 2017, the 1st Annual Conference of Musical Libraries and Archives (conference program) will take place at Athens, Greece, organized by the Greek IAML Branch and Lilian Voudouri Music Library of Greece.

Kickoff of ReasonableGraph.org, thinking ontologies

 Kickoff of ReasonableGraph.org, thinking ontologies

We proudly announce the kickoff of the public presence of the opensource project ReasonableGraph.org.

website https://reasonablegraph.org/

github repository: https://github.com/reasonablegraph

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The Team

Kostas Maistrelis

Lead developer

Simos Leonidakos

Developer

Pantelis Brattis

Librarian, Consultant

Vasilis Spyropoulos

Developer

Thanos Kyritsis

Developer

Nikos Papazis

Developer

Konstantinos Daskalopoulos

Front End Web Developer

Nasos Anagnostopoulos

Web Developer

Demos

Unioncatalog.reasonablegraph.org
implementation of a unified bibliographic catalog and archival repository.

Humanities.reasonablegraph.org - Digital humanities

Music.reasonablegraph.org - Music Ontologies

Frbr.reasonablegraph.org - FRBR

Bibframe.reasonablegraph.org - BIBFRAME

Github

Grab the code from the github project:
Github.com/reasonablegraph