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.
ASELIS is maintained by Pantelis Brattis and acts as a testbed on how ontologies and linked data can be utilized to capture and maintain knowledge in research in history. Showcasing how our approach and ReasonableGraph platform can be applied in digital humanities.
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.
ReasonableGraph.org will be there with a presentation on "Adjusting semantic models FRBR, FRAD and FRSAD on musical archives" (demo at: https://music.reasonablegraph.org/)
Looking forward to see you there.
If you already have scrolled through our site and feel ready, you can get started with one of the following ontologies on reasonable graph
or grab the code from the github project: github.com/reasonablegraph
Front End Web Developer