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A tool for gathering community driven data for the Lived Relogions project at Saint Louis University. The app uses DEER to power various data gathering interface.
Java web service for a RERUM compliant digital object repository
Data Entry and Exhibition for Rerum
Process Spectral RTI Images in ImageJ
A repository of TPEN help videos. Meant to offer static links so the video can be changed without having to change the link in application code.
Exploring the sound of Tennyson's poetry (CC BY SA)
Experiencing Victorian Salons
Tiny web app with bits for connecting to RERUM
Documentation for Rerum Inbox
A tool for creating/manipulating a table of contents style structure to a IIIF manifest's canvases.
CDH contribution to the VFL project
Split front/back ends from each other
Metadata entry for Sounding Salon
Lexicon abbreviaturarum, just the meat.
describe, reorder, assemble books page by page
Ontology for Eventities
Open and free repository for linked open data.
demo for webRTI technology
DigiSig is a new resource for the study of sigillography, particularly medieval seals from the British Isles. It aims to foster sigillographic research by linking and matching sigillographic datasets and making that information available
Create and view high-resolution RTI images in a web browser
An open-source, web-based 'multi-up' viewer that supports zoom-pan-rotate functionality, ability to display/compare simple images, and images with annotations.
Custom version of Mirador maintained by SLU for various projects. Contains custom code for image manipulation, non-IIIF images, TOC support and non-drawn annotation support.
Rerum Inbox for Linked Data Notifications in IIIF
proto for reassembling dismembered manuscripts. Deep metadata description of canvases and ranges.
RERUM Consortium site
T-PEN Newberry Italian paleography project
3.0 Release of the transcription tool from the Center for Digital Humanities
Cases and marketing for Eventities as a best practice for interoperable data