Text+ Code Sprint For Humanities Data

Workshop on Textgrid

Gruppenbild der Teilnehmer:innen beim Text+ Code Sprint For Humanities Data


11.04.2024 bis 12.04.2024


Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen


On April 11 and 12, a workshop on Textgrid took place at the Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen, , where a new import workflow was presented. Julia Röttgermann (research associate at the TCDH in the "Mining and Modeling Text" project, among others) was there.

The dataset of French novels from 'Mining and Modeling Text' (Trier Center for Digital Humanities) was integrated into the TextGrid Repository (TextGridRep) as part of the workshop.

TextGridRep is a popular and relevant repository for humanities research data thanks to its extensive, searchable and reusable collection of texts and images.

For researchers, it offers a sustainable, permanent and secure way to publish their research data in a citable form and to describe it in a comprehensible way using required and extended metadata, so that the publication can be presented and reused in TextGridRep in the best possible way.
The future path of the data into TextGridRep will be made possible by tools that are currently being developed in Text+ (in the Task Area Infrastructure/Operations, Measure 5).

Keywords: Quantitative Analysis, Literary History, Linked Open Data, 18th century