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Digital Humanities: Concepts turned into Visualisations

 

 

All the multidisciplinary approaches to the study of maritime cultural landscapes (including the spatial data related to marine resources exploitation) will be put into practice. The main objectives of WP7 is to translate scientific and historical information into digital means of visualisations. This may be done through the construction of digital cartography with related information on historical and archaeological events (GIS), or the construction of visual/digital products such as info-graphs or short informational videos.

The production of digital elements allows the integration of a large amount of data and of distinct types of information, in terms of its content, chronology and geographical scale.

 

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Sea Citation Database

 

 

The Sea Citation Database is a bespoke, in-house programmed, searchable, online resource. It has been established in conjunction with the specific research efforts of the CONCHA project together with partner institutions in order to provide a simple and approachable means of accessing valuable research information originating from qualitative data sources which are provided in a uniform, information rich, quantitative format.

 

http://cehresearch.org/SeaCite/seacite.php

 

 

This project has received funding from the EU H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017 research and innovation programme under grant agreement NÂș 777998.