[open-visualisation] Cultural heritage digitisation data for visualisations
jaume at nualart.cat
Fri Jan 11 12:14:09 UTC 2013
I liked the dataset and you idea, so I did a fast visualization qith the
I used a toll that I coded some years ago. It is call AREA. Basically you
represnet 2 fields of the dataset.
The visualization is here: http://v.subvideo.tv/area-enumerate1/
Please go to !Parameters" tab and choose the parameters you want to see.
This is a very basic representation, it can be improved (better filter,
better human names of the fields, the info you get when click in a colerod
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2013 12:04:06 +0100
> From: Joris Pekel <joris.pekel at okfn.org>
> Subject: [open-visualisation] Cultural heritage digitisation data for
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> Dear all,
> I recently got access to some very comprehensive data from the EU funded
> ENUMERATE project. They asked almost two thousand cultural institutions in
> Europe how much of their content is actually digitised and how much should
> still be. Unfortunately, they had to anonymise the names of the
> institutions but there still is lots of info you can get out of this. I
> quickly made for example this chart with Many Eyes that shows that 50% of
> all institutions have 0-10% of their collection digitised.
> Now, there is a lot of stuff wrong with this chart but it shows the
> possibilities. I was wondering if anybody would be interested in working to
> create a couple of better ones. Please let me know.
> The dataset can be found here:
> All the best,
> Joris Pekel
> Community Coordinator
> Open Knowledge Foundation
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