Blog post about a new #nodegoat Guide: Use any @IIIF Published Map as a Background in your Geographic Visualisations

Thanks to the Allmaps (https://allmaps.org) project, it is now possible to use any map that has been published as a #IIIF image as a background map in your geographic data visualisations in #nodegoat.


The updated #nodegoat Guide 'Use a Historical Map' describes the steps you need to take to use #IIIF images as a background map. The Guide uses an example of a historical map published by the @CDSLeiden of @ubleiden

#digitalhistory #histodons #maps #DigitalHumanities #dataviz @histodons

Register now for the virtual workshop 'An Introduction to nodegoat for Byzantinsts' by Jesse W. Torgerson (Wesleyan University) on Friday, October 13, 2023, 12:00–3:00 PM EDT.

This workshop is organised by the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture and the Byzantine Studies Association of North America.


Registration closes Monday, October 9, 2023.

#DigitalHumanities #Byzantinum #Byzantine #History #Histodon #Histodons #nodegoat @histodons

Learned about many exciting new projects at the first #DigitalHumanities Day 'Digital Humanities: Opportunities and Challenges for Historical Research' organised by the Department for Archaeology, Conservation and History at Universitetet i Oslo.

More info: https://www.hf.uio.no/iakh/english/research/news-and-events/events/conferences/2023/digital-humanities-opportunities-and-challenges-fo.html

Slides of our presentation 'Building historical database projects with nodegoat': https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1FMnrsv0MSw3gQeh2fHnt8_QTFismtzwvCpYcG2Wn9Rw/present

#UniversityOfOslo #DHNB

Presentation 'nodegoat as a general purpose tool for prosopographical studies' at the Journée d’étude d’Heloise a Pécs – International Workshop on Digital Academic History, organised by Gergely Kiss of the University of Pécs. The workshop took place at the Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Pécsi Területi Bizottsága. More info and programme: https://heloise.hypotheses.org/901

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Sign up for the nodegoat Workshop at the @ReCentGlobe of @UniLeipzig on 25 July 2023

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RT @JWTorg: 4. We continue to vastly underestimate how much of the work historians do is worthy of publication. Our notes on the archives,…

Many thanks to @DH_unibe for organising two days of @nodegoat workshops at @unibern. It's a pleasure to work with such a vibrant #nodegoat community 🐐

Last week we ran a #nodegoat workshop at the Institut für Zeitgeschichte of the @leibnizgemeinschaft in Munich.

#linkinbio #digitalhumanities

RT @Leibniz_IfZ: #IfZ digital: Wie lassen sich historische Forschungsdaten verwalten, analysieren, visualisieren?  Unsere Forscherinnen und…

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RT @Leibniz_IfZ: Am 16. Februar bietet das IfZ einen Workshop mit @nodegoat an. Historiker/innen können sich dort mit dem Nutzen von Datenm…

Thanks to @David_Zbiral we're making our first @IMC_Leeds appearance this year. Two sessions on networked data in medieval studies plus a @nodegoat workshop 👇

#IMC2023 @HNR_org