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Hoku
Grant details: AKA-265594-19
Title: Hoku
Author: Keith Knox
Abstract: Hoku is an open-source, cross-platform imaging processing software. Written in Java, it is designed to allow users to process multispectral and hyper spectral images both deterministically and statistically. Its graphical user interface and features have been refined by use in courses in Textual Science at the University of Rochester, and members of the Lazarus Project at the University of Rochester have written a user manual for the application.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://www.cis.rit.edu/~ktkpci/Hoku.html
Secondary URL: https://r-chive.com/software/
Access Model: Hoku is free and open source and can be downloaded at http://www.cis.rit.edu/~ktkpci/Hoku.html. More information can be found about downloads and installation at https://r-chive.com/software/.
Programming Language/Platform: Java
Source Available?: Yes


Deepscatter
Grant details: FA-252546-17
Title: Deepscatter
Author: Benjamin Schmidt
Abstract: A library for the visualization and exploration of high-dimensional datasets in two dimensional space.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/CreatingData/deepscatter
Primary URL Description: Code repository
Access Model: MIT license
Programming Language/Platform: Javascript/WebGL.
Source Available?: Yes


Enhancement tools for 3D models of damaged inscribed surfaces
Grant details: FEL-257634-18
Title: Enhancement tools for 3D models of damaged inscribed surfaces
Author: Philip Sapirstein
Abstract: This is the code developed in concert with the 2019 Journal on Computing and Cultural heritage paper, listed separately in this section. I have continued to develop these techniques in service of the Olympia project, although the generalized version designed for architectural rendering is not yet available. The latter would be released on a separate Github repository when it is fully functional.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/psapirstein/epigraphyEnhance
Access Model: Open Access (with restrictions noted below)
Programming Language/Platform: Matlab (the code is free, but to function it requires that users have a local installation of the program, which is propriety)
Source Available?: Yes


Gitksan FST
Grant details: FN-271111-20
Title: Gitksan FST
Author: Clarissa Forbes
Abstract: A finite-state morphological transducer for the Gitksan language (Tsimshianic, BC) implemented in foma. Lexical items are primarily drawn from Hindle & Rigsby (1975).
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/caforbes/git_fst
Primary URL Description: Github source code
Access Model: open source program
Programming Language/Platform: foma, python
Source Available?: Yes


DIVINER
Grant details: HAA-255937-17
Title: DIVINER
Author: Amy Feiereisel
Author: Graeme Hoffman
Author: Dale Hobson
Author: Bill Haenel
Author: Ellen Rocco
Abstract: DIVINER (1.0) is a digital platform built for archiving, organizing, and presenting large amounts of digital media (photographs, audio, video, and documents - or all four!). Its main selling point is an audience-friendly public interface that encourages personal interaction and engagement, and a customizable meta-data system attached to all archive items. DIVINER is ideal for collections of humanities materials that an institution wishes to share with the public. Examples include a collection of 3,000 photographs of a large farm in the early 1900s, or thousands of audio clips and interviews related to immigration in Wisconsin).
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://ncpr.github.io/diviner-wp-archive-theme/
Primary URL Description: Digital platform for humanities and public media organizations available as a WordPress Theme
Secondary URL: wordpress.org/plugins/diviner-archive/
Secondary URL Description: Digital platform for humanities and public media organizations available as a WordPress-compatible Theme and Plug-in
Access Model: Open-source, open-access, free, available for download in WordPress Director
Programming Language/Platform: WordPress
Source Available?: Yes


Curatescape for WordPress
Grant details: HAA-255990-17
Title: Curatescape for WordPress
Author: Erin Bell
Abstract: Publish location-based, media-rich, structured narratives compatible with Curatescape mobile apps. Designed for public historians, urbanists, and other humanities researchers. Adds Tour and Story post types, as well as custom taxonomies and metadata fields. Developed with NEH support for Curating Kisumu (macleki.org).
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/CPHDH/wp_curatescape
Access Model: open source (GPL license)
Programming Language/Platform: WordPress (PHP / Javascript)
Source Available?: Yes


PlacePress
Grant details: HAA-255990-17
Title: PlacePress
Author: Erin Bell
Abstract: Adds Tour and Location post types, structured map blocks, and custom taxonomies. Designed for public historians, urbanists, and other humanities researchers. Represents an evolution (in progress) from Curatescape for WordPress plugin in response to release of fundamentally different WordPress 5.0 (Project Gutenberg), as well as a decision upon the close of the grant period to more clearly differentiate this digital storytelling platform from Curatescape for Omeka.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/CPHDH/placepress
Primary URL Description: GitHub repository for PlacePress plugin code (work in progress)
Secondary URL: https://github.com/CPHDH/placepress
Secondary URL Description: GitHub repository for PlacePress plugin code (work in progress)
Access Model: open source (GPL license)
Programming Language/Platform: WordPress (PHP / Javascript)
Source Available?: Yes


Curating Kisumu (WordPress theme)
Grant details: HAA-255990-17
Title: Curating Kisumu (WordPress theme)
Author: Erin Bell
Abstract: Wordpress for the Developing World and Low Bandwidth Connections. Built for the WP Curatescape plugin used by MaCleKi (https://macleki.org/)
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/CPHDH/curating-kisumu
Primary URL Description: GitHub repository
Access Model: open source (GPL license)
Programming Language/Platform: WordPress (PHP / JavaScript)
Source Available?: Yes


Biblio
Grant details: HAA-256138-17
Title: Biblio
Author: Ash Clark
Abstract: Biblio is an XML-based platform for data conversion and management of digital bibliographic data.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/Digital-Humanities-Quarterly/dhq-journal/tree/master/biblio/DHQ-Biblio-v3
Primary URL Description: This is this URL for the public code repository for the Biblio tool.
Access Model: Biblio is developed for internal use by the DHQ journal.
Programming Language/Platform: Languages: XQuery, XSLT. Platform: BaseX, Linux.
Source Available?: Yes


DATCH
Grant details: HAA-256218-17
Title: DATCH
Author: Scott Branting
Author: Lori C. Walters
Author: Joseph T. Kider Jr.
Author: E2i Creative Studio
Abstract: Prototype open-source software for field assessment and documentation designed to leverage the core capabilities of augmented reality hardware, utilizing in this initial stage the Microsoft HoloLens, but with future cross-platform capability.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/datch-ucf
Primary URL Description: Repository site for source code and software documentation
Secondary URL: http://datchucf.org
Secondary URL Description: DATCH Project website
Access Model: Open access
Programming Language/Platform: C# / Unity
Source Available?: Yes


C-ATF to CDLI-CoNLL converter
Grant details: HAA-256224-17
Title: C-ATF to CDLI-CoNLL converter
Author: Jayanth
Author: Ilya Khait
Author: Émilie Pagé-Perron
Abstract: Converts Atf files to CDLI Conll format
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/cdli-gh/atf2conll-convertor
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Python, all platforms
Source Available?: Yes


CDLI-CoNLL to CoNLL-U converter
Grant details: HAA-256224-17
Title: CDLI-CoNLL to CoNLL-U converter
Author: Anoosha Sagar
Author: Émilie Pagé-Perron
Author: Jayanth
Abstract: This tool converts a CDLI-CoNLL file to a CoNLL-U file.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/cdli-gh/CDLI-CoNLL-to-CoNLLU-Converter
Access Model: Open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python, all platforms
Source Available?: Yes


CoNLL-U to Brat standalone converter
Grant details: HAA-256224-17
Title: CoNLL-U to Brat standalone converter
Author: Pouya Lajevardi
Author: Émilie Pagé-Perron
Author: Jayanth
Abstract: CoNLL-U format library for Python
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://github.com/cdli-gh/conllu.py
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Python, all platforms
Source Available?: Yes


Brat standoff to CDLI-CoNLL Converter
Grant details: HAA-256224-17
Title: Brat standoff to CDLI-CoNLL Converter
Author: Shraddha Manchekar
Author: Émilie Pagé-Perron
Abstract: This tool converts a Brat standoff file format to a CDLI-CoNLL format.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/cdli-gh/brat_to_cdli_conll_converter
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Python, all platforms
Source Available?: Yes


PyOracc CDLI Fork
Grant details: HAA-256224-17
Title: PyOracc CDLI Fork
Author: Ralph Gilles
Author: Jayanth
Author: Aman Singh
Abstract: Python tools for working with ATF
Year: 2018
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Python, all platforms
Source Available?: Yes


JTF ATF Checker
Grant details: HAA-256224-17
Title: JTF ATF Checker
Author: Parser and exporter for the JSON Transliteration Format (JTF) Topics Resources
Author: Ilya Khait
Abstract: Parser and exporter for the JSON Transliteration Format (JTF)
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/cdli-gh/JTF
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Javascript, all platforms
Source Available?: Yes


TMVis source code
Grant details: HAA-256368-17
Title: TMVis source code
Author: Abigail Mabe
Author: Dhruv Patel
Author: Maheedhar Gunnam
Author: Surbhi Shankar
Author: Mat Kelly
Author: Sawood Alam
Abstract: Source code for the TMVis project
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/oduwsdl/tmvis
Primary URL Description: Source Code, hosted on GitHub
Secondary URL: http://tmvis.cs.odu.edu/
Secondary URL Description: Demo server
Access Model: open-source
Programming Language/Platform: Node, JavaScript
Source Available?: Yes


DEMCA Symbiota open source software
Grant details: HAA-258602-18
Title: DEMCA Symbiota open source software
Author: Benjamin Brandt and Jonathan D. Amith
Abstract: Symbiota software enhancements for the DEMCA portal at demca.mesolex.org
Year: 2020
Primary URL: : https://github.com/DEMCA-Ethnobiology/Symbiota/blob/master/collections/individual/index.php
Primary URL Description: GitHub depository
Access Model: Open source and open access
Programming Language/Platform: PHP, Java script
Source Available?: Yes


Building Database and Analytics System (BuDAS)
Grant details: HAA-258763-18
Title: Building Database and Analytics System (BuDAS)
Author: Elise King
Author: David Lin
Abstract: We are committed to the creation of open and accessible tools. The extractor, annotator, and database are available through the project website (http://sites.baylor.edu/budas/) or Github (https://github.com/linki0/BUDAS-extractor and https://github.com/linki0/BUDAS/). They are implemented in Python 3.7 using publicly available modules. Our team chose Python because it is commonly used in digital humanities and offers flexibility and cross-compatibility. We also included an executable option, but it is only available for Windows users at this time. Our team created documentation and instructions for all the above components, which are available through the Github links.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/linki0/BUDAS-extractor
Primary URL Description: BuDAS extractor and annotator
Secondary URL: https://github.com/linki0/BUDAS/
Secondary URL Description: BuDAS database and analyzer
Access Model: Open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


TEI-XML Components
Grant details: HAA-261249-18
Title: TEI-XML Components
Author: André De Tienne
Abstract: TEI-XML Components helps users learn, understand, and navigate among all the TEI components described in the TEI Guidelines swiftly and easily. It breaks the barrier that discourages many editors from embracing the TEI concept of encoding texts for the long-term benefit of humanities research. A particular challenge is to get a good grasp of the many mutual or hierarchical interdependencies within TEI’s XML structure. This software allows users, beginners or advanced, to understand the logic of those interdependencies through a navigational system that reveals connections between elements, attributes, values, attribute classes, datatypes, models, macros, and modules. It comes with two integrated but distinct sub-applications. "Explore TEI-XML Files" is one of them. It helps navigate XML files and extract encoded data from them. Users do not need to master programming languages such as XQuery to query the XML. After importing any XML file, users need only use pull-down menus to examine complete alphabetized lists of tag elements, attributes, and values found in that file. Users then select any of those XML components in any order to display their related contents or related encodings in the interface’s bottom field. Clicking any line in that bottom field selects and displays the related encoding in the XML file in the top field. The "XML:Lang Utility" is the other sub-application. It helps XML practitioners fill in correct values for the ubiquitous xml:lang attribute—the attribute in charge of identifying the language in which any portion of a text has been written or spoken. The app is based on the IANA “Language Subtags Registry”, a large database that provides a unique identifier for thousands of languages, dialects, idioms, scripts, and orthographies. The app not only provides the correct and well-structured code for any registered language, it also helps users discover languages and dialects while displaying more information than the Registry itself.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://peirce.iupui.edu/TEI.html
Primary URL Description: A webpage within the official website of the Peirce Edition Project inder a tab labeled "TEI-XML Software". The webpage explains and illustrates the three applications contained in TEI-XML Components and allows people to download five distinct versions of the software (MacOSX, Linux 32 bit, Linux 64 bit, Windows 32 bit, and Windows 64 bit).
Access Model: The software is provided free of charge under a BY-NC-ND Creative Commons License defined within a document that accompanies the software.
Programming Language/Platform: The programming language is LiveCode Script (also known as Transcript), which compiles into C. Platforms: MacOSX, Linux, and Windows.
Source Available?: Yes


Sentential Search
Grant details: HAA-261249-18
Title: Sentential Search
Author: André De Tienne
Abstract: This software is meant to help users search texts of any size but especially large ones for any string of interest either within distinct sentences or distinct paragraphs. The utility displays all results in ways that clearly readable, all strings being shown within the context of their expression, sentence by sentence or paragraph by paragraph, all at once. This utility is useful for TEI-XML encoders and others to explore XML files in ways that are fully readable (unhampered by encoding). It is also most useful to any other humanities and social science researchers in need of searching texts SENTENTIALLY. The utility, which supports drag and drop, can display texts with the following file extensions: doc, docx, docm, odt, txt, htm, html, rtf, rtfd, rnc, xml, xsl, odd, rng, and dtd.
Year: 2022
Access Model: free and open access
Programming Language/Platform: LiveCode script / LiveCode Platform : Mac and Windows
Source Available?: No


Lexical Tools
Grant details: HAA-261249-18
Title: Lexical Tools
Author: André De Tienne
Abstract: “Lexical Tools” is a set of several utilities focused on the search of English terms and concepts. At its core is the principal utility “Search English Words,” which lets users search at once the definitions and synonyms of all sorts of English words from a list of no fewer than 413,765 words across multiple dictionaries (about 40). That list comes in part from the web archive source infochimps.com (© 2013 Infochimp) and some other sources, including a good 200 words coming from Charles Peirce’s philosophical, logical, and semiotic lexicon. “Lexical Tools” includes besides five other utilities allowing (1) users to add words to the default list; (2) create, compare, and augment custom lists of words; and (3, 4, and 5) search with enhanced efficiency (within a combined sub-application named “Specialized Dictionaries”) a large portion of the classic Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology edited by James Mark Baldwin at the turn of the twentieth century, the Commens Dictionary: Peirce’s Terms in His Own Words, and Runes’s celebrated Dictionary of Philosophy of 1942. Peirce contributed significant definitions in logic to Baldwin’s dictionary, and several entries in Runes’s dictionary refer to him.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://peirce.iupui.edu/technology.html#lexicaltools
Primary URL Description: This is not a live URL yet, but is the most likely address that will be used to provide download access to the software, within the Technology tab of the Peirce Edition Project's website.
Access Model: It is intended for free distribution. Only the source code created by the author is available.
Programming Language/Platform: LiveCode Platform of creation: MacOS Platform for distribution: MacOS, Windows, Linux
Source Available?: Yes


Coptic NLP V3.0.0
Grant details: HAA-261271-18
Title: Coptic NLP V3.0.0
Author: Amir Zeldes
Abstract: Coptic NLP Pipeline An end-to-end NLP pipeline for Coptic text in UTF-8 encoding. Online production version available as a web interface at: https://corpling.uis.georgetown.edu/coptic-nlp/
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/CopticScriptorium/coptic-nlp
Primary URL Description: Source code
Secondary URL: https://corpling.uis.georgetown.edu/coptic-nlp/
Secondary URL Description: Demo
Access Model: Open Source (Apache License)
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


RFTokenizer V1.0.1
Grant details: HAA-261271-18
Title: RFTokenizer V1.0.1
Author: Amir Zeldes
Abstract: RFTokenizer A character-wise tokenizer for morphologically rich languages
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/amir-zeldes/RFTokenizer
Access Model: Open Source (Apache License)
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


Online Mensural Music Editor
Grant details: HAA-263800-19
Title: Online Mensural Music Editor
Author: Karen Desmond
Author: Juliette Regimbal
Author: Martha Thomae
Author: Craig Sapp
Author: Andrew Hankinson
Author: Laurent Pugin
Abstract: The online mensural music editor allows a variety of users (students and experts, musicologists, music theorists, palaeographers, musicians, singers, etc.) to both access and contribute transcriptions of medieval polyphonic music directly linked to images of the medieval manuscripts. It allows users with no expertise in music encoding to encode large amounts of music data in mensural notation following the community based open-access standards of the Music Encoding Initiative, thereby increasing medieval music repertoires available for study, performance, and analysis.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://editor.measuringpolyphony.org
Secondary URL: https://github.com/MeasuringPolyphony/mp_editor
Secondary URL Description: This is the source code in Github (open source)
Access Model: Open access
Programming Language/Platform: Javascript
Source Available?: Yes


ATAVizM
Grant details: HAA-263831-19
Title: ATAVizM
Author: Aaron Carter-Enyi
Abstract: Software for music analysis and visualization designed for studying musical form in a variety of styles (European classical, popular music, world music).
Year: 2019
Access Model: Currently only available to user testers at participating institutions in a 2019-2020 pilot implementation
Programming Language/Platform: MATLAB Python
Source Available?: No


vc-deps
Grant details: HAA-263850-19
Title: vc-deps
Author: Seth Parker, Stephen Parsons, W. Brent Seales
Abstract: CMake project for building Volume Cartographer dependencies from source
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://gitlab.com/educelab/vc-deps
Primary URL Description: Code repository
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: C++
Source Available?: Yes


ink-id
Grant details: HAA-263850-19
Title: ink-id
Author: Seth Parker, Stephen Parsons, W. Brent Seales
Abstract: inkid is a Python package and collection of scripts for identifying ink in volumetric CT data using machine learning.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://gitlab.com/educelab/ink-id
Primary URL Description: code repository
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


smeagol
Grant details: HAA-263850-19
Title: smeagol
Author: Seth Parker, W. Brent Seales
Abstract: smeagol is a C++14 library for creating custom dataflow pipelines that are instrumented for serialization. It was designed to make it easy to convert existing processing workflows into repeatable and observable pipelines for the purposes of experimental reporting, reliability, and validation.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://gitlab.com/educelab/smeagol
Primary URL Description: code repository
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: C++
Source Available?: Yes


Volume Cartographer
Grant details: HAA-263850-19
Title: Volume Cartographer
Author: Seth Parker, W. Brent Seales, Stephen Parsons
Abstract: Volume Cartographer is a cross-platform C++ library and toolkit for virtually unwrapping volumetric datasets. It was designed to recover text from CT scans of ancient, badly damaged manuscripts, but can be applied in many volumetric analysis applications.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://gitlab.com/educelab/volume-cartographer
Primary URL Description: code repository
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: C++
Source Available?: Yes


DataScribe
Grant details: HAA-266444-19
Title: DataScribe
Author: Ken Albers
Author: Megan Brett
Author: Lincoln Mullen
Author: Kim Nguyen
Author: Jessica Otis
Author: Jim Safley
Abstract: Scholars often collect sources, such as government forms or institutional records, intending to transcribe them into datasets which can be analyzed or visualized. This module enables scholars to identify the structure of the data within their sources, speed up the transcription of their sources, and reliably structure their transcriptions in a form amenable to computational analysis. Scholars can turn sources into tables of data stored as numbers, dates, categories, and more. Because this module builds on the Omeka S platform, it allows scholars to display transcriptions alongside the source images and metadata and to publish their results on the web.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://datascribe.tech
Secondary URL: http://omeka.org
Access Model: open source
Source Available?: Yes


SYLARD: Synchronized Language Annotation Result Display [updated 31 March 2021]
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: SYLARD: Synchronized Language Annotation Result Display [updated 31 March 2021]
Author: Bruno Pérez Chávez
Author: Iván Rivalcoba Rivas
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Abstract: Please see Supplementary Materials Fourth-report_2021-09-30_SYLARD-Review.pdf The SYLARD program is designed to convert ELAN files (.eaf) to HTML. ELAN files are time-coded annotations (e.g., transcriptions and translations, sometimes with parses, glosses, and other data) of audio or video files. ELAN is the dominant program used to annotate endangered language recordings and is virtually the only program now in general use for this purpose. The goal of SYLARD is to create web pages such as those at http://demca.tacc.utexas.edu/ethno/eaf/index.php A summary of advances to date is included in this report in the document 2020-09-30_SYLARD_NEH-Mesolex.pdf in Supplementary materials.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://sylard-hsnrj.ondigitalocean.app/#
Primary URL Description: The software has been deployed and tested online. Once it is finalized it will be made available, probably via GitHub. It will create a playback system such as that in the URL in the following, Secondary URL box, which is just an example of how the SYLARD software will create line-by-line playback.
Secondary URL: http://demca.mesolex.org/ethno/eaf/eafdetail.php?mediaid=105&collid=0
Secondary URL Description: Example of the type of web page that SYLARD will create once finished.
Access Model: Open access and open source
Programming Language/Platform: The system will be developed in NodeJs. It will use a non-relational database administered by MongoDB. It should be executed on a local platform or cloud that supports NodeJs in its last stable version: LTS.
Source Available?: Yes


A smart dictionary for Indigenous Mesoamerican languages
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: A smart dictionary for Indigenous Mesoamerican languages
Author: Ashton, Neil
Abstract: Mesolex is a smart dictionary for Nahuatl (and eventually other Indigenous languages of Mexico) built with a combination of the JavaScript and a backend finite state transducer for dictionary look-up across orthographic and linguistic variations.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://github.com/nmashton/mesolex
Access Model: https://github.com/nmashton/mesolex
Programming Language/Platform: Mesolex is a standard Django app built for easy local development and simple provisioning of and deployment to new instances. Before installing, make sure you have the following prerequisites installed: Python 3.7 Node 10.x Postgres = 11 Elasticsearch 6.x
Source Available?: Yes


Updated finite state transducer for variable orthography in Nahuat(l) dictionary look-up
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Updated finite state transducer for variable orthography in Nahuat(l) dictionary look-up
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Author: Robert Pugh
Abstract: Updated finite state transducer for Nahuat(l) look-up, an application that takes into consideration two factors that hinder effective use of dictionaries by end users, particularly native speakers. The first factor is that Indigenous languages often vary from one community of speakers to another and thus speakers of one language or variant might have difficulty looking up words, even when cognates, from a related language (e.g., speaker A says 'ohtli' and speaker B, from a nearby village, says 'otli'). The second factor that hinder look-up is variable orthographic traditions. For example, some speakers might write the [wa] sound as 'wa', others as 'hua' and still others as 'ua'. The finite state mechanism allows users to enter a wide variety of orthographic representations and nevertheless find the sought-after headword.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://mesolex-frontend-develop-eztzm.ondigitalocean.app/azz
Primary URL Description: For example, select Entrada empieza con and then Activar flexibilidad ortográfica. Type in, for example, tlacatl. The finite state transducer built into the backend then processes the section input "tlacatl" and says that it is equivalent to, among other possibilities, "ta:kat" and then finds this entry. One can also search for "ojtli" to find "ohti" and "tomauac" to find "toma:wak". The found words represent linguistic and orthographic cognates and equivalences to the search entries.
Programming Language/Platform: FOMA is a compiler, programming language, and C library for constructing finite-state automata and transducers.
Source Available?: Yes


TopoLogic
Grant details: HAA-266518-19
Title: TopoLogic
Author: Clovis Gladstone
Abstract: TopoLogic, a Topic Model generator and navigation system which is also available on GitHub: https://github.com/ARTFL-Project/TopoLogic TopoLogic builds value-added services on top of the standard PhiloLogic index, leveraging topic-modeling techniques to offer an alternate way of exploring text collections. Topic-modeling, the algorithmic technique which we use for this new navigational tool, is an unsupervised machine learning approach designed to facilitate the exploration of large collections of texts where no topical information is provided. As such, this computational method can be a truly useful way of gaining a sense of the topical structure of a corpus -- i.e. to find out what's in there -- and how words are clustered together to form meaningful discourses. TopoLogic builds upon the topics and semantic fields generated by the algorithm to provide a web-based navigation system which lets users explore topics and discourses across time, as well as word usage within different contexts. The interaction of the three different schemes allows the user to navigate between alternative ways of considering topics across the collection.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/ARTFL-Project/TopoLogic
Primary URL Description: Source Code
Secondary URL: https://artflsrv03.uchicago.edu/topic-modeling-browser/frc1787_99/
Secondary URL Description: Full Function Example
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Python/Javascript
Source Available?: Yes


ARTFL Text Preprocessing Library
Grant details: HAA-266518-19
Title: ARTFL Text Preprocessing Library
Author: Clovis Gladstone
Abstract: This code extracts consistent, structured data from PhiloLogic4 database instances that is required for cross-collection processing, search, and navigation. We use this extracted data for global search and retrieval, generating topic models on individual collections, performing sequence alignment across collections, and generating topic based text segments. The library allows us to leverage PhiloLogic4 services to enhance search, reporting, and navigation.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/ARTFL-Project/text-preprocessing
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v21.2
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v21.2
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Sara Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v21.2 includes a new subject details export, usability improvements for document sets, and additional tags to support marginalia and catchwords within transcribed documents. User Enhancements New subject details export allows project owners to review subjects in spreadsheet format Project owners can upload custom profile images to replace gravatar New Spanish and Portuguese translations for portions of the user interface Improved wording when a user attempts to access a work they are not authorized to see Better support for public document sets of private collections Support for new marginalia and catchword tags Improved support for soft breaks and word continuation characters Accessibility improvements for search input fields and other forms Improved default transcription conventions used by new projects Display tooltip over editor buttons explaining their use Reverted to proportional font within the advanced editor Integration Improvements Support importing OCR text from beta CONTENTdm PDF IIIF integration Bug fixes Fixed several UI glitches with the new advanced editor Fixed category assignment within a document set context Wiki-links containing single parentheses no longer break transcriptions Improved display of expan and reg tags that do not contain abbr or orig attributes Serviceability Improvements Performance improvements rendering page thumbnails The team is grateful to the Folger Shakespeare Library and the Wellcome Library for support for new TEI tags, and to Bryce Mclin for Portuguese translations.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v21.2
Primary URL Description: Release notes on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v21.1
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v21.1
Author: Sara Brumfield
Author: Ben Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v21.1 includes substantial new support for exporting entire collections, allowing project owners to specify the type and granularity of the formats to be exported. This functionality includes background processing and a new API, which allows bulk exports to be executed programmatically for off-site back-ups. The release also includes TEI tag support for abbr, add, and reg, to allow transcribers better support for mark-up of inserted text as well as medieval and early modern abbreviations and letter-forms.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v21.1
Primary URL Description: Release notes and source code on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v20.12
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v20.12
Author: Sara Brumfield
Author: Ben Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v20.12 includes a new advanced editor (beta) and several bug fixes.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v20.12
Primary URL Description: Source code and release notes on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v20.11
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v20.11
Author: Diego Viola
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Sara Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v20.11 includes substantial new support for metadata, allowing new fields to be imported or uploaded in bulk and then used for user navigation, as well as adding new editable fields to works supporting documentary editing work-flows. Notable bug fixes include more intelligent support for hyphens in transcripts, fixes to the project owner activity email contents, and fixes for per-page image uploads.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v20.11
Primary URL Description: Source code and release notes on GitHub
Secondary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v20.11.1
Secondary URL Description: This release corrects a version control issue in v20.11 which prevented much new functionality from actually being included in that release. It should be used in lieu of v20.11.
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v20.9
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v20.9
Author: Sara Brumfield
Author: Ben Brumfield
Abstract: Major release including performance and serviceability enhancements, improvements to user experience for collaborators on private projects, and several bug fixes.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v20.9
Primary URL Description: Source code and release notes on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v20.8
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v20.8
Author: Sara Brumfield
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Diego Viola
Author: Joshua Ortiz Baco
Author: Isabela Barton
Author: Josie Brumfield
Abstract: Note that this release is the first release based on Ruby on Rails 6. It will require upgrades of many of the underlying components. For more details, please review this page on the wiki. This release contains the following enhancements and bug fixes: User Enhancements Beta release of internationalization support. (Funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant to FromThePage and the University of Texas Libraries.) Beta release of translations to Spanish and Portuguese. (Funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant to FromThePage and the University of Texas Libraries.) Integration Enhancements Bulk export of all collections in all formats, including TEI. Bulk export includes page level granularity. Serviceability Improvements Disable subject linking on new projects by default. The team is grateful to everyone who contributed to this release: Diego Viola, who worked tirelessly on the upgrade to Rails 6 and keeping the code in sync between the old and new versions for way too long. Diego, again, and Joshua Ortiz Baco for their work on internationalizing (Diego) and translating (Joshua) the FromThePage interface into Spanish and Portuguese with guidance from Allyssa Guzman and Albert Palacios. Our summer interns, Isabela Barton and Josie Brumfield, for contributing bug fixes.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v20.8
Primary URL Description: Source code and release notes on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v21.5
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v21.5
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Sara Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v21.5 includes an embedded spreadsheet editor for transcribing ledgers, log books, accounts, census sheets, and other tabular data. It also includes a new incomplete status for page transcriptions, an interface language selector, and new PDF/DOCX export and analysis tools.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v21.5
Primary URL Description: Link to source code on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v21.7
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v21.7
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Sara Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v21.7 includes revisions to the transcription status flow, a new "Download" tab letting project owners launch work-specific exports, a footnote tag, and several bug fixes and usability improvements
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v21.7
Primary URL Description: Source code on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v21.9
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v21.9
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Sar Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v21.9 includes new export formats for researchers (MS Word, PDF) and for project owners (Static Site), as well as direct integration with textual analysis tools Voyant and Word Trees. It also includes a new reviewer dashboard and the configuration option to restrict the authorized reviewers to a defined set of users.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v21.9
Primary URL Description: Source code on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v21.9 Point Release
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v21.9 Point Release
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Sara Brumfield
Author: Bryce Mclin
Author: Abisai Perez Zamarripa
Abstract: This release adds Spanish and Portuguese translations to new messages for the 21.9 release.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v21.9.1
Access Model: Open Source
Source Available?: Yes


FromThePage v22.2
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: FromThePage v22.2
Author: Ben Brumfield
Author: Sara Brumfield
Abstract: Major release v22.2 includes a new feature allowing collaborative metadata creation/revision, internationalization support for metadata, and workflow improvements for volunteers and project managers.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://github.com/benwbrum/fromthepage/releases/tag/v22.2
Primary URL Description: Source code on GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


PlacePress
Grant details: HAA-271574-20
Title: PlacePress
Author: Erin J. Bell
Abstract: PlacePress, a modern WordPress plugin, adds Location and Tour post types, structured map blocks (for single and global locations), structured tour stop blocks, and custom taxonomies.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://wordpress.org/plugins/placepress/
Primary URL Description: WordPress Plugin Directory page
Secondary URL: http://wpplacepress.org
Secondary URL Description: The PlacePress website is the primary discovery site for the plugin. It offers a robust user guide, accessibility statement demo site, and project showcase.
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


BookNLP
Grant details: HAA-271654-20
Title: BookNLP
Author: David Bamman
Abstract: BookNLP, a natural language processing pipeline for books
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/booknlp/booknlp
Primary URL Description: Github Repository for BookNLP
Access Model: Open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


Manifold [show prizes]
Grant details: HAA-271837-20
Title: Manifold
Author: CUNY Graduate Center, University of Minnesota Press, Cast Iron Coding
Abstract: Manifold is an open-source publishing platform created by the GC Digital Scholarship Lab at the CUNY Graduate Center, the University of Minnesota Press, and Cast Iron Coding. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities, it enables publishers to create media-rich, interactive digital publications that take advantage of the full capabilities of the web and extend the educational benefits and access of digital scholarship to more communities.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://manifoldapp.org
Primary URL Description: Manifold website
Secondary URL: http://cuny.manifoldapp.org
Secondary URL Description: CUNY's installation of the Manifold platform, which focuses on Open Educational Resources
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: React, Ruby on Rails, Node, Postgres, Elastic, Redis
Source Available?: Yes


MapKurator
Grant details: HC-278125-21
Title: MapKurator
Author: Li, Zekun
Abstract: Wrapper around Zekun's model to detect and generate annotations around map labels
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/machines-reading-maps/map-kurator
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


Entity recommendation API
Grant details: HC-278125-21
Title: Entity recommendation API
Author: Kim, Jina
Abstract: API code for entity recommendation MapKurator/Recogito
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/machines-reading-maps/entity-recommendation-api
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python, Dockerfile
Source Available?: Yes


Lexos: a workflow for text analysis
Grant details: HD-228732-15
Title: Lexos: a workflow for text analysis
Author: LeBlanc, M.D.
Author: Kleinman, Scott
Abstract: Lexos is an integrated workflow of tools to facilitate the computational analyses of texts, presented in a web-based interface. Functionality provided includes the ability to "scrub" texts (remove punctuation, lemmatize, consolidate characters, remove stopwords, etc), cut or segment texts, and a suite of options for analysis and visualizations, including creating and downloading Document Term Matrices (DTM) of token counts (both word- and character-ngrams or tf-idf); cluster analysis (hierarchical or k-means, with silhouette scores); rolling-window analyses of substring, word, or regex-pattern occurrences; bubble visualizations (of term frequencies); and word clouds (of term frequencies or MALLET-produced topic modelling results). More functionality is being added on an ongoing basis.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://github.com/WheatonCS/Lexos
Programming Language/Platform: Python and (Javascript, HTML/CSS) Runs in your browser via the web and/or local installations for MacOS, Windows, and Linux.
Source Available?: Yes


Making WAIVS!
Grant details: HD-248360-16
Title: Making WAIVS!
Author: Catherine Buell
Author: Ricky Sethi
Author: Allen Perry
Author: William Ianacci
Author: Peter Cole
Abstract: Welcome to the WAIVS The goal of our project is to develop a tool called WAIVS (Workflows for Analysis of Images and Visual Stylometry) for digital image analysis of paintings that is powerful enough to support advanced research in computer science, cognitive science, art history, and the philosophy of art while providing an accessible interface that can be used by researchers or students with little or no computer science background. A scientific workflow made in WAIVS is essentially a computer program. So once the user designs the workflow, they can simply click a button to conduct the analysis. Scientific workflows are different from ordinary flowcharts in that they can be directly executed. Once the user designs the workflow, they can simply click the run button to execute the program and conduct the analysis. WAIVS, built upon the Wings workflow system, includes the latest computer vision and artistic style algorithms.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://wings.fitchburgcsclub.net/wings-portal/
Primary URL Description: This URL brings the user to the tutorials and log-in screen.
Access Model: Subsciption only (right now)
Programming Language/Platform: WINGS supported.
Source Available?: No


The Slave Fort at Elmina: a 3D reconstruction
Grant details: HD-50106-07
Title: The Slave Fort at Elmina: a 3D reconstruction
Author: Magda ElZarki
Author: Patricia Seed
Abstract: We have completed a 3d reproduction of the interior and exterior of the slave fort at Elmina in present day Ghana that can be explored on a computer or in 3D using Oculus Rift glasses.
Year: 2015
Access Model: Requires computer running Unity Pro.
Programming Language/Platform: Unity
Source Available?: Yes


"Meikle program" (internal use only)
Grant details: HD-50173-07
Title: "Meikle program" (internal use only)
Author: Alan H. Nelson
Author: Barry Meikle
Abstract: Purpose of program was to begin testing use of TEI-XML on REED data, requiring the conversion from recorded embedded with long-established but internal ASCII-codes. This an essential first step leading to the prototype Fortune Records with sample endnotes, document descriptions, and embedded footnotes, developed by a 2012 Mellon grant and now online. The pioneering work done thanks to the NEH grant gave us credibility on the application to Mellon, as the NEH-funded project was cited in building the case to Mellon. That first NEH digital grant continues to be listed every time REED applies for further funding for digital purposes. An early goal of producing simultaneous print and digital editions was overtaken by the rapidity of "born-digital" publishing opportunities. Nevertheless, the conversion routine developed with funding from the grant has enabled an unanticipated REED project, which is the "pre-publication" of records by individual REED editors, making records available to the public even before they have been subjected to the full vetting by REED staff. The same conversion routine will be used in converting pre-TEI REED files for eventual publication online.
Year: 2009
Primary URL: http://reed.utoronto.ca/
Primary URL Description: Primary URL is the REED website.
Secondary URL: https://reedprepub.org/
Secondary URL Description: Secondary URL is for the "Pre-publication" webpage of REED. Pre-publication is not the computer program developed under the NEH grant, but is one of the direct results of the computer-program.
Access Model: Use internal to REED only, but we will gladly share.
Programming Language/Platform: Program developed with PERL for TEI output
Source Available?: Yes


Lexos
Grant details: HD-50300-08
Title: Lexos
Author: Mark D. LeBlanc
Abstract: The rapid digitization of texts presents both new opportunities and real barriers of entry to computer-assisted explorations of texts. The Lexos software developed by the Lexomics Project provides a simple, web-based workflow for text processing, statistical analysis, and visualization designed to address these barriers. The project supports Lexos’ core strength as an entry-level tool while seeking to position it as an innovative intervention in Digital Humanities conversations about the interplay of machine learning and text analysis.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://lexos.wheatoncollege.edu
Primary URL Description: A simple, web-based workflow for text processing, statistical analysis, and visualization.
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


TEI components for SEASR
Grant details: HD-50822-09
Title: TEI components for SEASR
Author: Andrew Ashton
Author: Michael Della Bitta
Abstract: The ability to reuse tools across projects is an increasingly important feature of many digital humanities efforts. Researchers using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) guidelines have traditionally published to the web using processes such as XSLT transformations, which are intended to reproduce a work as an enhanced digital surrogate using HTML, PDF, or another publication format. Processes such as these often contain the complete pipeline of logic that produces a publishable product, whether the product is a document, a data set, or visualizations. Other approaches to scholarly software design offer opportunities to enhance the reusability of scholarly software tools by breaking apart these processing pipelines into smaller, more general-purpose chunks and providing an environment to blend and align tools from different domains. To test this approach, the Brown University Library’s Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) and the Brown University Women Writers Project (WWP) have developed a prototype suite of software tools to explore TEI encoded texts in the Software Environment for the Advancement of Scholarly Research (SEASR).
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://repository.library.brown.edu:8080/fedora/objects/bdr:11456/datastreams/ZIP/content
Primary URL Description: TEI components in the Brown Digital Repository
Secondary URL: https://github.com/Brown-University-Library/TEI-Components-for-SEASR
Secondary URL Description: TEI components in GitHub
Access Model: Open source
Programming Language/Platform: Java
Source Available?: Yes


Scripto
Grant details: HD-50927-10
Title: Scripto
Author: Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
Abstract: Scripto is a lightweight, open source tool that allows users to contribute transcriptions to online documentary projects. The tool includes a versioning history and full set of editorial controls, so that project staff can manage public contributions.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://scripto.org
Primary URL Description: The main website for the tool.
Secondary URL: https://github.com/chnm/Scripto
Secondary URL Description: The code for the tool is available for download and modification via Github.
Access Model: GPL 3.0
Programming Language/Platform: PHP, Zend framework
Source Available?: Yes


Noise Correction Spellchecker Tool
Grant details: HD-51128-10
Title: Noise Correction Spellchecker Tool
Author: Matthew Digman
Abstract: Noise correction spellchecker tool, which relies on the lexical information from the clean digitized edition of Britannica (Edition 15) in order to suggest corrections of commonly misspelled words. The tool runs over frequency dictionaries compiled from different editions. The list of corrections proposed by the tool is compiled by using an algorithm similar to such iterative methods of parameter estimation as the expectation maximization (EM) algorithm in statistics.
Year: 2013
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Perl
Source Available?: Yes


A Tool for Visualizing and Reading Historic Newspaper Articles of NYPL
Grant details: HD-51153-10
Title: A Tool for Visualizing and Reading Historic Newspaper Articles of NYPL
Author: Austin Lee
Abstract: The historic newspapers of the NYPL have been scanned from microfilm producing OCR text, XML metadata and images. We developed a tool to visualize and read articles in the newspaper scanning multiple pages, extract the text from the articles, obtain a bag-of-words representation and use it for further sophisticated text analysis.
Year: 2010
Programming Language/Platform: Java
Source Available?: Yes


Digital Epigraphy Toolbox [show prizes]
Grant details: HD-51214-11
Title: Digital Epigraphy Toolbox
Author: Angelos Barmpoutis
Author: Eleni Bozia
Author: Robert S. Wagman
Abstract: Digital Epigraphy Toolbox is a novel and technologically advanced scientific tool for the effective study and comparative analysis of Greek and Latin inscriptions. It provides archaeologists and epigraphists with a cost-effective and efficient method for 3D digitization of inscriptions based on squeezes, as well as access to an online dynamic library of 3D inscriptions.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.digitalepigraphy.org/toolbox
Primary URL Description: System requirements: The software runs on most major operating systems: Windows, Mac, Linux, and Solaris. Java must be installed. Internet connection is required. Features: On-line database of 3D inscriptions, 3D rotation, change lighting orientation, zoom in/out, thematic browsing, keyword search, connection with other existing on-line libraries, dynamic and open editing of the epigraphic records by the research community, and many other features.
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Client: Java Server: PhP, mySQL
Source Available?: Yes


WordSeer
Grant details: HD-51244-11
Title: WordSeer
Author: Aditi Muralidharan
Author: Marti A. Hearst
Author: Bryan Wagner
Abstract: WordSeer is an exploratory text analysis environment for literature study. It is currently available for three collections of text, and will become generally available in late 2012.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://wordseer.berkeley.edu
Primary URL Description: UC Berkeley web application
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


VideoStream
Grant details: HD-51372-11
Title: VideoStream
Author: William G. Cowan, Daniel Berthereau
Abstract: Video Stream is a plugin for Omeka that embeds a JW Player video segment player into item show pages. JW Player is a largely used open source video player that can be used with any device. It supports many protocols and can be customized with many configurataion options.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: https://github.com/wgcowan/VideoStream
Primary URL Description: Github repository with downloadable plugin and source code.
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Plugin for Omeka written in PHP.
Source Available?: Yes


Vwire (Visual Web Interface for Researchers)
Grant details: HD-51400-11
Title: Vwire (Visual Web Interface for Researchers)
Author: Daniel Price
Abstract: Program written as add on for Plone. Allowed users to upload any sort of media and then place the object on the screen in multiple dimensions. Python libraries were used behind the scene to compare how objects were placed in different conceptual dimensions by different researchers, and ethnographic techniques were used to capture and compare different use cases.
Year: 2013
Access Model: Open source, but no longer maintained
Programming Language/Platform: Javascript / Python
Source Available?: No


Massive Pixel Environment (MPE) [show prizes]
Grant details: HD-51475-11
Title: Massive Pixel Environment (MPE)
Author: Brandt Westing
Author: Rob Turknett
Abstract: Massive Pixel Environment is a library for extending Processing sketches to multi-node tiled displays. This library makes it possible to render interactive Processing sketches across distributed computing systems on many displays. It is intended for tiled display systems, but works in many other types of environments. With simple modifications, a sketch can be rendered across a cluster at the native resolution of the displays, and can greatly increase the amount of data that can be visualized at one time. This library is intended to run on Linux and OSX-based clusters. This library is developed from scratch at the TACC/ACES Visualization Lab with inspiration from Most Pixels Ever, developed by Daniel Shiffman. This work was made possible by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant: HD-51475-11, A Thousand Words: Advanced Visualization for the Humanities.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://tacc.github.io/MassivePixelEnvironment/
Primary URL Description: The main web page for the Massive Pixel Environment software library, which describes the software and links to the GitHub page containing the source code and documentation.
Secondary URL: https://github.com/TACC/MassivePixelEnvironment
Secondary URL Description: The GitHub page hosting the Massive Pixel Environment library for the Processing programming language. The GitHub page contains source code, documentation, and examples for using the library to render interactive Processing sketches across distributed computing systems on many displays, and a link to download the package.
Access Model: Free and open source
Programming Language/Platform: Processing (Java) / Mac OSX, Windows, Linux
Source Available?: Yes


Project Andvari LOD: Initial Release
Grant details: HD-51640-13
Title: Project Andvari LOD: Initial Release
Author: Daniel Pett
Author: Joseph Koivisto
Abstract: The Micropasts platform -- developed and maintained by the British Museum and affiliated partners -- allowed for Project Andvari to collect user insight into the applicability of our draft thesaurus resource to actual artifacts from the collections of the British Museum and the Swedish National Heritage Board. This app was developed primarily by the British Museum's Micropast project team under the guidance of Daniel Pett. Minor thesaurus-specific updates were contributed by Joseph Koivisto for the Andvari project team. The app was released in March 2015 and collected data through August. The source code was developed for a Pybossa-based crowdsourcing platform and is made available through Zenodo and GitHub without restriction.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.33171
Primary URL Description: The primary URL is a link to the Zenodo DOI for the source code.
Secondary URL: https://github.com/MicroPasts/projectAndvariLOD/tree/v1.0
Secondary URL Description: The secondary link is the URL to the GitHub repository where the source code is housed.
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: The source code was develoepd for a Pybossa-based implementation. The programming languages used include JSON, Python, and HTML.
Source Available?: Yes


WARCreate Firefox Add-on
Grant details: HD-51670-13
Title: WARCreate Firefox Add-on
Author: Mat Kelly
Abstract: This software is the WARCreate Firefox add-on
Year: 2013
Primary URL: https://github.com/machawk1/ffwarcreate
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: JavaScript
Source Available?: Yes


Automated FACES: A proposal for the automation and dissemination of a face recognition algorithm for the identification of unidentified works of portrait art
Grant details: HD-51735-13
Title: Automated FACES: A proposal for the automation and dissemination of a face recognition algorithm for the identification of unidentified works of portrait art
Author: Conrad Rudolph and Amit Roy-Chowdhury
Abstract: To automate FACES and make it available through the Frick Art Reference Library of the Frick Collection in New York
Year: 2016
Source Available?: No


Spectral RTI Toolkit
Grant details: HK-250616-16
Title: Spectral RTI Toolkit
Author: Jubilees Palimpsest Project
Abstract: Toolkit for processing narrowband and hemisphere captures into Spectral RTI images
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://github.com/thanneken/SpectralRTI_Toolkit
Primary URL Description: GitHub repository
Access Model: Open
Programming Language/Platform: ImageJ Macro / Java
Source Available?: Yes


WordSeer Open Source Software
Grant details: HK-50011-12
Title: WordSeer Open Source Software
Author: Aditi Muralidharan
Author: Ian MacFarland
Author: Hassan Jannah
Author: David Bendebury
Author: Raymon Sutedjo-The
Abstract: WordSeer is a text analysis environment that combines visualization, information retrieval, sensemaking and natural language processing to make the contents of text navigable, accessible, and useful. You can run WordSeer on your local machine or on a shared server, and you access it via your modern web browser of choice (Google Chrome works best, though). If you're a scholar who's interested in using Wordseer for your research, read on. If you want to learn more about how to contribute to WordSeer's ongoing design and development, take a look at our Guidelines for Contributors. You can find much more information on WordSeer, including demo videos, use case studies, and background research, at wordseer.berkeley.edu.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://github.com/Wordseer/wordseer/
Primary URL Description: Location of the open source code of WordSeer 4.0 on Github.
Secondary URL: http://wordseer.berkeley.edu/wordseer-4-0/
Secondary URL Description: Location of code for WordSeer 4.0 from the WordSeer site.
Programming Language/Platform: Python, javascript,
Source Available?: Yes


Metadata Games - Game Web Application (mg-game)
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: Metadata Games - Game Web Application (mg-game)
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: Metadata Games is a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS), crowdsourcing gaming platform that consists of two web applications, a "Content" (mg-content) and "Game" (mg-game) app. Both are written in php, javascript, and html5. Both web applications are designed to be installed on a LAMP (linux, apache, mysql, php) stack web server typically used at most web hosting services. The Metadata Games Game App includes a prototype NLP framework (a bootstrapped python server) for filtering tag submissions during gameplay and afterwards. The Metadata Games platform is designed such that multiple Content Apps connect to a central Game App. The Game App stores and manages the games, registered player profiles, and submitted tags. The Game App also includes a basic, publicly accessible Search page for finding and viewing media supplied by participating Institutions (via their Content App). On the Search page, one can do keyword search for media and filter by institution, collection, or media type. The code for the games reside on the Metadata Games Game App. For each game, the Game App handles what media to pull from the Content Apps for gameplay and game data, such as game states (e.g., information about whose turn it is, which round the game is currently in, etc.) and tags submitted by players.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: https://github.com/tiltfactor/mg-game
Primary URL Description: source code for mg-game
Programming Language/Platform: Web application. Written in php, javascript, and html5. Both web applications are designed to be installed on a LAMP (linux, apache, mysql, php) stack web server typically used at most web hosting services. NLP framework is a bootstrapped python server.
Source Available?: Yes


Metadata Games - Content Web Application (mg-content)
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: Metadata Games - Content Web Application (mg-content)
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: Metadata Games is a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS), crowdsourcing gaming platform that consists of two web applications, a "Content" (mg-content) and "Game" (mg-game) app. Both are written in php, javascript, and html5. Both web applications are designed to be installed on a LAMP (linux, apache, mysql, php) stack web server typically used at most web hosting services. The Metadata Games Game App includes a prototype NLP framework (a bootstrapped python server) for filtering tag submissions during gameplay and afterwards. The Metadata Games platform is designed such that multiple Content Apps connect to a central Game App. The Metadata Games Content App is what Institutions install onto their servers to store and handle any media they want to use with a Metadata Games install. This includes importing media (images, audio, and video), as well as defining and editing media collections, collection licensing terms, and institution descriptions. Thus, institutions, via their Content App, have full control over the media they choose to release for tagging by players of the Metadata Games suite.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: https://github.com/tiltfactor/mg-content
Primary URL Description: source code for mg-content
Programming Language/Platform: Web application. Written in php, javascript, and html5. Both web applications are designed to be installed on a LAMP (linux, apache, mysql, php) stack web server typically used at most web hosting services. NLP framework is a bootstrapped python server.
Source Available?: Yes


WAIL (Web Archiving Integration Layer)
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: WAIL (Web Archiving Integration Layer)
Author: Mat Kelly
Abstract: Web Archiving Integration Layer (WAIL) is a graphical user interface (GUI) atop multiple web archiving tools intended to be used as an easy way for anyone to preserve and replay web pages.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://matkelly.com/wail/
Primary URL Description: Main webpage
Secondary URL: https://github.com/machawk1/wail
Secondary URL Description: GitHub - source code
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python, JavaScript
Source Available?: Yes


WARCreate Google Chrome extension
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: WARCreate Google Chrome extension
Author: Mat Kelly
Abstract: WARCreate is a Google Chrome extension that allows a user to create a Web ARChive (WARC) file from any browseable webpage. The resulting files can then be used with other tools like the Internet Archive's open source Wayback Machine. The tool is an evolving product with the end result pushing toward being a personal web archiving solution for those that wish to securely archive their metadata in a standardize way.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://warcreate.com
Primary URL Description: Main webpage
Secondary URL: https://github.com/machawk1/warcreate
Secondary URL Description: Github - source code
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: JavaScript
Source Available?: Yes


Mink Google Chrome extension
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: Mink Google Chrome extension
Author: Mat Kelly
Abstract: Mink is a Google Chrome extension to indicate that a page a user is viewing on the live web has an archived copy and to give the user access to the copy. If no copies exist, the extension provides one-button access to preserve the page in a select set of web archives and to easily view the page once it has been preserved.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: https://github.com/machawk1/Mink
Primary URL Description: Github - source code
Secondary URL: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mink/jemoalkmipibchioofomhkgimhofbbem
Secondary URL Description: Chrome Web Store download link
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: JavaScript
Source Available?: Yes


WAIL-Electron
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: WAIL-Electron
Author: John Berlin
Abstract: Web Archiving Integration Layer (WAIL) is a graphical user interface (GUI) atop multiple web archiving tools intended to be used as an easy way for anyone to preserve and replay web pages. Tools included and accessible through the GUI are Heritrix 3.2.0 and PyWb 0.33.0.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://github.com/N0taN3rd/wail
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


Cadet
Grant details: HT-272570-20
Title: Cadet
Author: Andrew Janco
Abstract: Cadet is an open-source Python web application that was created in 2021 by Andrew Janco to facilitate participants’ work and will be shared with the general public following the grant. The application facilitates the customization of language defaults for tokenization and lookups data. Cadet also uses token frequency to bulk annotate frequent unambiguous terms and to shorten the time needed for annotation.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/New-Languages-for-NLP/cadet
Primary URL Description: Source code for Cadet
Access Model: Open-source
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


Eisenstein
Grant details: HT-272570-20
Title: Eisenstein
Author: Andrew Janco
Abstract: “Eisenstein” is an open-source Python web application that was built in 2021 by Andrew Janco for participants that needed optical character recognition using Tesseract. This web application simplifies Tesseract text extraction in over one hundred languages:
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://eisenstein.apjan.co/
Primary URL Description: User-facing website
Secondary URL: https://github.com/apjanco/eisenstein
Secondary URL Description: Source code
Access Model: Open-source
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


Texture Programming Library
Grant details: HT-50092-14
Title: Texture Programming Library
Author: Anupam Basu
Abstract: Basu (Washington University in St. Louis) has created a programming library for handling large scale corpora. The documentation is available at the link below and the library itself should be publicly available in summer 2016.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://abasu.net/texture/
Access Model: dictionary to be publicly released in summer 2016
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


Thomas Cole National Historic Site Digital Game - Use Mock Up
Grant details: MD-277081-21
Title: Thomas Cole National Historic Site Digital Game - Use Mock Up
Author: Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Abstract: The project created a user mock up of the digital experience module exploring Thomas Cole’s “A River in the Catskills” painting. The mock up allows users to click and “enter” a painting using parallax technology, converse with historic figures, and select different conversation responses that bring users to different outcomes. The historic figures and conversations are based in primary source research and present diverse views on the local experience of industrialization, shedding light on the national debate of preservation vs. development that this country continues to grapple with today.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://play.unity.com/mg/other/builds-vp-1
Primary URL Description: The user mock up of the digital game
Secondary URL: https://www.dropbox.com/s/txy7hmn8ib7f6l9/ColeWalkthru2022-04-29.mov?dl=0
Secondary URL Description: Video screen share of the developer going through the mock up of the digital game
Access Model: Open access
Programming Language/Platform: Unity
Source Available?: Yes


GLARE
Grant details: MN-268921-20
Title: GLARE
Author: Richard Ferdig
Author: Robert Clements
Author: CC Lu
Author: Enrico Gandolfi
Author: Annette Kratcoski
Author: Chris Lenart
Abstract: GLARE enables the rapid development of new experiences via a simple web interface. Users navigate a map, locate spatial coordinates, and select associated media content. The development of GLARE is built around linked media, scalable by nature to allow changes to be rapidly made to the linked content and to the tour in general. Simply increasing the number of menu items or number of provided links at each hotspot allow changes to be made to the extensible framework. Others may continue development of the framework and rapidly create custom paths to include new content, themes and stories. Using the same interface and configuration, hotspots simply require a geographic location, media to overlay, and a list of appropriately linked content.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://glare.cs.kent.edu
Primary URL Description: Link to the main GLARE editor.
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: Yes


Museum of the Hidden City Website and Apps [show prizes]
Grant details: MT-253343-17
Title: Museum of the Hidden City Website and Apps
Author: Michael epstein
Abstract: Website where apps can be downloaded, trailer for project, press, more information, and primary sources.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://www.seehidden.city
Primary URL Description: Project website.
Access Model: Open
Programming Language/Platform: Apps were built in Unity with MapKit. In Apple store and Google Play.
Source Available?: Yes


The COLRC 2.0
Grant details: PD-261031-18
Title: The COLRC 2.0
Author: Ivens, John
Author: Vincent, Audra
Author: Bischoff, Shannon
Author: Fountain, Amy
Abstract: This is a software product there is no abstract.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://thecolrc.org
Primary URL Description: development version of the COLRC 2.0
Secondary URL: https://github.com/arizona-linguistics/colrc-v2
Secondary URL Description: code for the COLRC 2.0
Access Model: Public access
Programming Language/Platform: docker, nginx, postgresql, graphql, javascript (React)
Source Available?: Yes


eClimate Notebook
Grant details: PF-255801-17
Title: eClimate Notebook
Author: eClimate
Abstract: eClimate notebook provides realtime data to monitor temperature and humidity throughout the building.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://www.eclimatenotebook.com/
Primary URL Description: eclimatenotebook
Access Model: Subscription only
Programming Language/Platform: I don't know.
Source Available?: Yes


PBCore Cataloging Tool
Grant details: PR-253384-17
Title: PBCore Cataloging Tool
Author: WGBH Educational Foundation
Author: Digital Bedrock
Abstract: PBCore Cataloging Tool, “The PBCore Cataloging Tool is designed to support the creation, editing, and export of moving image-related inventory metadata as PBCore XML records. With a user-friendly data entry interface and full support of all PBCore elements and attributes, the tool makes creating valid PBCore XML documents as easy as filling out a spreadsheet.”
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/cataloging-tool
Access Model: Open access
Source Available?: Yes


Strabo Text Recognition Deep Learning
Grant details: PR-253386-17
Title: Strabo Text Recognition Deep Learning
Author: Banisetti, Sandeep
Author: Chiang, Yao-Yi
Author: Kejriwal, Lakshya
Abstract: Identifies text on maps.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/spatial-computing/strabo-text-recognition-deep-learning
Access Model: Open access
Source Available?: Yes


Strabo Text Recognition
Grant details: PR-253386-17
Title: Strabo Text Recognition
Author: Chiang, Yao-Yi
Abstract: Older version of Strabo. Strabo Text Recognition Deep learning replaced this to improve precision and recall. Strabo Text Recognition Deep learning D the source of current precision recall data.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://github.com/spatial-computing/strabo-command-line-pub
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: Yes


Source Code for the Publication Automatic Extraction of Phrase-level Map Labels from Historical Maps:
Grant details: PR-253386-17
Title: Source Code for the Publication Automatic Extraction of Phrase-level Map Labels from Historical Maps:
Author: Chiang, Yao-Yi
Author: Lin, Hao Wen
Abstract: Takes text found by text recognition software and extracts/
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/spatial-computing/connecting-map-labels
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: Yes


MimPIDD Search
Grant details: PR-258543-18
Title: MimPIDD Search
Author: Michelle Hegmon
Author: James DeVos
Author: Adam Brin
Abstract: The product is search functionality, not a single program. It enables the searching of MimPIDD (the Mimbres Pottery Images Digital Database) with easily navigable menus. A user can search for cases of her choice, based on one or many variables and variable states. Output is a gallery of images with associated data and (optionally) an Excel file. The search also be used with any database with a similar structure (i.e., a flat file in which each row is a case, and each case has one or more associated images).
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://core.tdar.org/collection/22070/mimbres-pottery-images-digital-database-with-search
Primary URL Description: This URL takes you directly to the page where you can use the search.
Access Model: Open access, though parts of the database with sensitive information are restricted.
Source Available?: No


Beta: DLN:CaptureContext
Grant details: PR-258746-18
Title: Beta: DLN:CaptureContext
Author: Cultural Heritage Imaging
Author: Erich Leisch
Abstract: DLN:CaptureContext simplifies user management of a large volume of metadata through a user-friendly interface. This interface expedites user metadata input with a template process. For example, following a one-time entry of the user’s photo equipment and associated metadata, the user creates templates and saves commonly used equipment configurations. The software follows a similar process to help the user record and group metadata related to the locations, institutions, imaging subjects, image rights, and people associated with the photographic data acquisition session. Relevant metadata can be entered to an extent determined by the user, grouped as desired, selected with a mouse click at the time of the capture session, and added to the DLN for a specific set of images. The information is then mapped to the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model and exported as Linked Open Data in XML and RDF formats. This software builds on prior work begun in 2013.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://culturalheritageimaging.org/What_We_Offer/Downloads/DLN/dln-cc/index.html
Primary URL Description: Beta software download page. This includes a user guide download link and links to instructional videos.
Access Model: Free Open Source Software. Note this is a Beta version. The software is available under the GNU GPL version 3 open source license.
Programming Language/Platform: The software is written in C++ and is available on the Windows and Mac platforms.
Source Available?: Yes


Beta: DLN:Inspector
Grant details: PR-258746-18
Title: Beta: DLN:Inspector
Author: Cultural Heritage Imaging
Author: Ronald Bourret
Abstract: DLN:Inspector automatically ensures that each image set meets the requirements for high-quality computational photography imaging. These requirements can be checked algorithmically. For example, Inspector can check that aperture does not change across a given image set. The tool will check for image-processing errors, such as sharpening, that should not be applied to photogrammetry or RTI data. This validation step will ensure users are alerted to potential issues in their image sets. Anyone else who wants to reuse these images can easily find this information.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://culturalheritageimaging.org/What_We_Offer/Downloads/DLN/dln-insp/index.html
Primary URL Description: Beta software download page. This includes a user guide download link and links to instructional videos.
Access Model: Free Open Source Software. Note this is a Beta version. The software is available under the GNU GPL version 3 open source license.
Programming Language/Platform: The software is written in C++ and is available on the Windows and Mac platforms.
Source Available?: Yes


GhostScan
Grant details: PR-258900-18
Title: GhostScan
Author: Marc Walton
Author: Merlin Nau
Author: Florian Willomitzer
Author: Ollie Cossairt
Author: Aggelos Katsaggelos
Abstract: This open source platform aims at uniting the knowledge of different three-dimensional imaging and projection techniques, including their calibration, image processing and visualization. Our goal is to have all modules in one place, such that the use of different cameras, projectors, calibration techniques or image processing algorithms can be done in a straight forward manner. The classes Camera, Projection, Calibration and ImageProcessing serve as the base classes and contain the basic functions and parameters, which are shared by any object and are ought to be overwritten in the corresponding subclass. This also means that any user can create classes for their own specific cameras, projectors, etc. using their own libraries, while enabling a smooth integration. Regarding the cablibration, capturing and computation of the imaging system, additional base classes, namely CalibrationSession and CaptureSession, are established from which different 3D imaging techniques inherit functions and parameters. Last but not least a simple visualization class is provided to show the images using the matplotlib and others to visualize images, normal maps, arrow maps, point clouds and meshes. The class structure is visualized in the image below.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://github.com/NU-ACCESS/GhostScan
Primary URL Description: GitHub code repository
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Python
Source Available?: Yes


DVRescue
Grant details: PR-263944-19
Title: DVRescue
Author: Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound
Author: RiceCapades
Abstract: Archivist-made software that supports data migration from DV tapes into digital files suitable for long-term preservation.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/mipops/dvrescue
Primary URL Description: GitHub repository for DVRescue
Secondary URL: https://mediaarea.net/DVRescue
Secondary URL Description: MediaArea hosting DVRescue daily builds
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: DVRescue is available for all major operating systems (macOS, Windows, and Linux). Installers can be downloaded here: https://mediaarea.net/DVRescue Daily snapshots of the compiled project are available here: https://mediaarea.net/download/snapshots/binary/dvrescue/
Source Available?: Yes


DVRescue GUI (version 2021-07-31)
Grant details: PR-263944-19
Title: DVRescue GUI (version 2021-07-31)
Author: MIPoPS
Author: RiceCapades
Author: MediaArea
Abstract: The latest release of the graphical user interface (GUI) version of DVRescue (version 2021-07-31)
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://mediaarea.net/download/snapshots/binary/dvrescue-gui/20210731/
Primary URL Description: Link to the installers for the DVRescue GUI (Windows, Linux and macOS versions included).
Access Model: Open Source
Programming Language/Platform: Misc. languages used; platforms include Windows, Linux and macOS.
Source Available?: Yes


DVRescue GUI (version 2021-10-17_2)
Grant details: PR-263944-19
Title: DVRescue GUI (version 2021-10-17_2)
Author: MediaArea
Author: RiceCapades
Author: MIPoPS
Abstract: Archivist-made software that supports data migration from DV tapes into digital files suitable for long-term preservation.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://mediaarea.net/download/snapshots/binary/dvrescue-gui/20211017-2/
Primary URL Description: Source code and packaged download for installing the latest version of the DVRescue graphic user interface (GUI).
Secondary URL: https://mediaarea.net/DVRescue
Secondary URL Description: DVRescue is available for all major operating systems (macOS, Windows, and Linux). Installers can be downloaded at this link.
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Platforms: macOS, Windows, and Linux Programming Languages: various
Source Available?: Yes


DVRescue CLI (version 2021-10-17_2)
Grant details: PR-263944-19
Title: DVRescue CLI (version 2021-10-17_2)
Author: MediaArea
Author: RiceCapades
Author: MIPoPS
Abstract: Archivist-made software that supports data migration from DV tapes into digital files suitable for long-term preservation.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://mediaarea.net/download/snapshots/binary/dvrescue/20211017-2/
Primary URL Description: Source code and packaged download for installing the latest version of the DVRescue command line tools (CLI).
Secondary URL: https://mediaarea.net/DVRescue
Secondary URL Description: DVRescue is available for all major operating systems (macOS, Windows, and Linux). Installers can be downloaded at this link.
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Platforms: macOS, Windows, and Linux Programming Languages: various
Source Available?: Yes


UniDescription's uReview tool
Grant details: PR-276851-21
Title: UniDescription's uReview tool
Author: Brett Oppegaard
Abstract: This is a new tool on The UniDescription Project's website that allows straightforward and accessible reviews of Audio Description to take place seamlessly, at www.unidescription.org.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://www.unidescription.org
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Javascript, HTML
Source Available?: Yes


BAMPFA Python scripts
Grant details: PW-259048-18
Title: BAMPFA Python scripts
Author: Michael Campos-Quinn
Author: Annie Schweikert
Abstract: All Python scripts and software developed during the project are open source.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/BAM-PFA
Primary URL Description: This links to BAMPFA's github page with open source software.
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes


GitHub Repository - Unlocking the Airwaves website application
Grant details: PW-259067-18
Title: GitHub Repository - Unlocking the Airwaves website application
Author: Ed Summers
Abstract: This repository contains a static web application that was developed as part of the Unlocking the Airwaves project. You can find the production deployment of this website at: https://mith.umd.edu/airwaves/
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/umd-mith/airwaves
Primary URL Description: GitHub Repository (Airwaves web application)
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: NodeJS/Gatsby (Static Site Generation), JavaScript (client-side search)
Source Available?: Yes


GitHub Repository - WebVTT Audio/Transcript Player
Grant details: PW-259067-18
Title: GitHub Repository - WebVTT Audio/Transcript Player
Author: Ed Summers
Abstract: This repository contains code for a React component that lets you play an audio file while viewing its WebVTT subtitles as an interactive transcript. Webvtt-player was developed as part of the Unlocking the Airwaves project which received generous support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/umd-mith/webvtt-player
Primary URL Description: GitHub Repository - WebVTT Audio/Transcript Player
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: JavaScript/React; WebVTT
Source Available?: Yes


The Norman Sicily Project
Grant details: PW-263985-19
Title: The Norman Sicily Project
Author: Joseph Hayes
Abstract: The GitHub repository of the website's source code.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/the-norman-sicily-project
Primary URL Description: Location of the project's source code.
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: Yes


ATLMaps
Grant details: PW-51290-13
Title: ATLMaps
Author: Jay Varner
Abstract: ATLMaps is a collaboration between Georgia State University and Emory University. The project is in active and heavy development. The ATLmaps project combines archival maps, geospatial data visualization, and user contributed multimedia location pinpoints to promote investigation into any number of issues about Atlanta. This innovative online platform will allow users to layer an increasing number of interdisciplinary data to address the complex issues that cities pose. The project looks to offer a framework that incorporates storytelling reliant on the geospatial data and for normalizing input across a range of data sets about Atlanta so that material can be cross-compared in novel ways, allowing users to make connections between data sources and ask questions that would not be apparent when only looking at one particular project. The ATLmaps project will also encourage knowledgeable members of the university and local communities to curate data on the site to demonstrate the possibilities for synthesizing material across projects and data types.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: https://atlmaps.com/
Primary URL Description: link to ATLMaps beta platform
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Leaflet
Source Available?: Yes


Brattleboro Words Trail app
Grant details: ZR-256766-18
Title: Brattleboro Words Trail app
Author: Brattleboro Words Project https://brattleboro.stqry.app/1
Abstract: The Stqry app for traveling the Words Trail.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://brattleboro.stqry.app/1
Primary URL Description: Access to Brattleboro Words Trail documentaries.
Access Model: Compter app.
Programming Language/Platform: Stqry
Source Available?: Yes


Google Play - Travel & Local
Grant details: ZR-256766-18
Title: Google Play - Travel & Local
Author: Google Store
Abstract: Page with information and access to Brattleboro Words Trail site.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mytoursapp.android.app2596&hl=en_US&gl=US
Secondary URL Description: Play Google site
Source Available?: Yes