Berlin (Germany), 24-26 September 2019
Registration is now open for the next DARIAH Code Sprint, the annual coding event organised by the pan-European Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH). The event brings together developers and digital humanists from all over the world to discuss & create tools for research and usage. This year the event will be organised around the DESIR project, an offspring project of DARIAH tasked with developing sustainability approaches for the research infrastructure for technological and organisational matters.
This year’s Code Sprint will focus on bibliographical metadata from 3 angles:
– Extraction of bibliographical data and citations from PDF applying GROBID
– Data import and processing applying BibSonomy
– Data visualisation of time dependent graphs of relations
The connecting brace is to work with the same bibliographical data through the process and to improve the interoperability within the tools.
The event is open to anyone interested, inside and outside the DARIAH community. The event will be held in English. Visit the event’s website for more information.
The documentation of the first DARIAH Code Sprint can be found here