|InterFace 2011 Workshop|
The Raphael Research Resource began to examine how complex conservation, scientific and art historical research could be combined in a flexible digital form. Exploring the presentation of interrelated high resolution images and text, along with how the data could be stored in relation to an event driven ontology in the form of RDF triples. In addition to the main user interface the data stored within the system is now also accessible in the the form of open linkable data combined with a SPARQL end-point at http://rdf.ng-london.org.uk/raphael.|
This workshop will introduce and discuss the information which is and is not currently available within this resource and some of the web-base tools that have been developed to disseminate it. Some examples will also be provided in relation to the National Gallery Collection as a whole and a few other related projects. The workshop will then move on to examine how this type of linkable data can be re-used to create new presentations.
This process will be based on but not necessarily limited too:
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|This site was developed by: Joseph Padfield, The National Gallery Scientific Department.|