Leon van Wissen

LvanWissenMember since Feb 2nd, 2019
362.397.700 statements

Indices from the Stadsarchief Amsterdam, transformed, enriched and published by Golden Agents. The data is transformed into an information-rich graph that includes interpretation and inferred events. For instance, a birth event is inferred from a record from the baptism index and a death event is inferred from a burial record. Where possible, locations have been mapped to resources with geospatial properties and relations between persons are expressed. This should facilitate person disambiguation in multiple graphs, which has not yet been done in this dataset.

The main vocabularies that are used are pnv for names, bio for life events, schema and a temporary Golden Agents vocabulary.

A direct conversion from the original data to RDF can be found in SAA.

Copy of the STCN graph from data.bibliotheken.nl. V2 (d.d. 2019-10-21).

De STCN is de retrospectieve nationale bibliografie van Nederland voor de periode 1540-1800; ook opgenomen zijn summiere beschrijvingen van Nederlandse (post-)incunabelen.

Het bestand staat als wetenschappelijk bibliografisch onderzoeksinstrument aan iedereen ter beschikking. Uiteindelijk zal de STCN beschrijvingen bevatten van alle boeken die tot 1800 in Nederland zijn verschenen, en van alle boeken die buiten Nederland in de Nederlandse taal zijn gepubliceerd. De STCN wordt samengesteld op basis van collecties in binnen- en buitenland. Alle boeken zijn met het boek in de hand (in autopsie) beschreven. De omvang van het bestand was begin 2018 ca. 210.000 titels in ongeveer 550.000 exemplaren. Het bestand wordt dagelijks uitgebreid.

De STCN wordt samengesteld en uitgegeven door de Koninklijke Bibliotheek.

237.326.141 statements

Vocabulary in roar. Code on Github. Data from Stadsarchief. Some occupations mapped to hisco.

Temporary dataset that contains a quick and dirty mapping of the indices in the Stadsarchief Amsterdam (SAA) to a provisional ontology. No interpretation is given in this dataset. If person names are mentioned, then these are mapped to the pnv vocabulary using a PersonName resource, otherwise a literal is used. Click on one of the example records below to get a grasp of the vocabulary that is used.

The original data (XML) is available in the SAA's Open Data collection.

An enriched version can be found in another dataset in druid: Stadsarchief. In this dataset, persons, locations and (bio) events are inserted, errors are corrected and deduplication is done. The pipeline that is used will, at some point, be publicly available.