We are proud to announce a fifth annual conference of Historical Network Research society in Brno at 11-13 September organized by the GEHIR team and Department for the Study of Religions. See the dedicated website.
Geocoding is a process of assigning the geographical coordinate (normally X and Y) to a record. In most of cases we are talking about the dataset transformation that allows further spatial (map) visualization or analysis. Nowadays, there are more possible approaches to geocode a dataset, but we can define two big groups:
This post will focus on datasets in historical research, their creation, applications and limits. As I am not a historian, this text will be more technical and ... well, brief :).
We are happy to announce that the resources from GEHIR 2015 workshop are complemented with published report of the event.
The main aim of the GEHIR project is to produce knowledge within the area of interest, which is the ancient Mediterranean, and contribute to the academic discussion. We have a web page, facebook, and blog. Therefore, our scientific results are no longer excluded from the public space and everyone may find them.
This week we are looking forward to be part of the historiography & complex networks science conference Entangled Worlds in in Vienna (13.-15.4.2016).