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On this page we provide pointers to data sets that were published by the HRA.

The Abou Naddara Collection - James Sanua's complete works

The data set contains the bibliographic descriptions of the majority of James Sanua's magazines from 1878 to 1910. Publication records are provided in MODS XML and include the publication title in Arabic, western transcription, and English or French translation (using the Translation on the originals, if available), the date of each issue in Arabic and western notation, as well as issue number and number of pages. Scans were produced in tiff format at 300 ppi, 8bit.

Data was compiled by Eliane Ursula Ettmueller, Matthias Arnold, Johannes Alisch, Nina Sassani, Florian Kempf, and Hans Harder in 2017.

Download: DOI: 10.11588/data/10076 (heiDATA)

„Altfundstellen“ der Neumark

Full title: Katalog der „Altfundstellen“ der Neumark (in der ehemaligen Provinz Brandenburg in den heutigen Wojewodschaften Zachodnio-Pomorskie, Lubuskie und Wielkopolskie) aus den Archiven der Prähistorischen Abteilung des Märkischen Museums Berlin, des Museums für Vor- und Frühgeschichte Berlin und des Brandenburgischen Landesamts für Denkmalpflege.

The data set was compiled by Dr. Armin Volkmann in 2018.

Download: DOI: 10.11588/data/H2ILIH (heiDATA)

Cataloging Cultural Objects - Sample Records

The work “Cataloging Cultural Objects - a Guide to Describing Cultural Works and Their Images”(CCO) [1] provides a data content standard for catalogers of cultural heritage, and is further supported by the online examples provided on CCO Commons [2]. A completed project of the Heidelberg Research Architecture at Universität Heidelberg has focused on providing the CCO Commons examples encoded in the VRA Core 4.0 XML metadata schema. Records make use of the multilingual extension of the VRA Core 4 [3]. This was done with the intent of aiding comprehension through these XML examples by publishing the data set on GitHub [4]. At the DARIAH-DE Grand Tour 2018 [5] a Poster about the project was presented by Agnes Dober. [6]

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[1] Baca, Murtha et al. 2006. Cataloging Cultural Objects: CCO ; a Guide to Describing Cultural Works and Their Images. Chicago: American Library Association. Available online at: http://cco.vrafoundation.org/index.php/toolkit/cco_pdf_version/.
[2] Visual Resources Association. ”Examples.” CCO Commons. http://cco.vrafoundation.org/index.php/.
[3] http://cluster-schemas.uni-hd.de/vra-strictCluster.xsd, see also the draft online specification.
[4] Arnold, Matthias, Tobi Krebs, Simon Grüning, Matthias Guth and Agnes Dober. ”CCO Samples.” GitHub - exc-asia-and-europe/CCO-Samples. https://github.com/exc-asia-and-europe/CCO-Samples.
[5] DARIAH-DE Grand Tour 2018 https://de.dariah.eu/dariah-de-grand-tour-2018
[6] Agnes Dober. "'Transcultural Metadata' - An An exploration of the way our metadata is culturally limited." DARIAH-DE Grand Tour 2018, Poster presentation.

GECCA mapped

GECCA mapped is a visualization providing geo-referenced metadata of sixty exhibition entries from the Group Exhibitions of Contemporary Chinese Art (GECCA) database.

The data set was compiled by Franziska Koch in 2018.

Download: DOI: 10.11588/data/6JTPWL (heiDATA)

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