One of the main aims of the project POSTDATA is to provide a means to publish European poetry data as Linked Open Data (LOD). With this goal in mind, we created a common data model that must cover any relevant concepts to carry out research about European poetry.
The project is very ambitious, and we cannot develop it successfully without your collaboration.
What do we need from you?
First look for the poetic resource you want to analyse using our model.
Then, you must fill a set of forms each of which is on a page with a corresponding Send button.
The information is saved after you press the Send button on each form. Afterwards, you can leave and resume your work later. Important!: You must log out the session so you can resume your work correctly.
You will be asked about different concepts related to the poetic work.
At the top of the page, you will always have the name and definition of the concept you are analysing.
To enter an instance of that concept, first fill in any relevant fields, send the data, and then answer the questions that relate the instance of that concept to other entities.
Then you will have the opportunity to enter another instance of that same concept or go to the next one.
When relating an instance of one concept to a different concept, you will find a dropdown menu that contains all the instances you have already created for that second concept and it also gives you the chance to create a new instance.
At the end of every form let us know if you have found any difficulties during the process or if there are any fields that you have found missing.
Whenever the validation process is over, you will receive a draft RDF dataset with the data you provided in this form.
Thanks for your collaboration
POSTDATA will only use your data for the aim of this form, that is, the validation of a data model. Any personal information, like the position or the institution of the participants, is merely asked to verify whether the sample is representative; thus, it will only be used to creates statistics.
POSTDATA will only contact the participants who accepted so during registration. The subject will always be related to the collaboration with POSTDATA.
This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement N 679528)