[annotator-dev] Annotation Tools from DM2E Project
sam.leon at okfn.org
Wed Jul 11 13:05:24 UTC 2012
(Apologies for cross posting)
Below are two tools that are being developed as part of the
that the OKFN is partnering in and that may be of interest to many on this
list. The tools can now be demoed and we'd very much appreciate feedback
via the forms below.
All the best,
Korbo is a powerful aggregation platform for gathering Linked Data objects
relevant to your area of research into single workspaces or “baskets”.
Korbo is targetted priarily at developers who want to build applications on
top of its API and make full use of linked cultural data from sources such
as Europeana, FreeBase and DBPedia.
Korbo is currently in the early stages of development, but you can already
try out a demo version of the platform. Please do give us feedback on your
experiences as this is invaluable information for future iterations – Korbo
user feedback questionnaire<https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHNXd0ZleUx5RDlYZTRTekFJLWtVZGc6MQ#gid=0>
TEST KORBO <http://korbo.muruca.org/demo.php>
Pundit is a powerful but easy to use semantic annotation tool that can work
with the objects collected within a Korbo “basket.
It enables you to link sections of text to each other or to other Linked
Data resources on the net such as DBPedia, Freebase and Geonames.
Pundit is currently in its Alpha phase, but you can already try out a demo
version of the platform. Please remember to give us feedback on your
experinces of Pundit via the Pundit
TEST PUNDIT <http://thepund.it/demo.php>
Both tools will continue to be developed as part of the DM2E (Digitised
Manuscripts to Europeana) project on the basis of feedback we receive from
user testing and continuing work on user requiremnets and scholarly
primitives led by Professor Gradmann at the Humboldt Universität.
To follow the project and receive updates about events, conferences and
code sprints we are running, please sign up to the project mailing
visit the project website <http://dm2e.eu/>.
Open Knowledge Foundation
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