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Jul 9, 2024 - GLOBALISE
Hids, Maartje; Brink, Femke; Berentzen, Sterre; Berg, Tanne van den; Pham, Thuy Dung; Nijman, Brecht; Wissen, Leon van; Rossum, Matthias van; Kuruppath, Manjusha, 2024, "GLOBALISE - Early Modern Polities in the Dutch East India Company Archives (1600-1815)", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/SOS0KC, IISH Data Collection, V1, UNF:6:RiN38sAjvSJlfmPvuotDjw== [fileUNF]
This dataset brings together information about polities that existed in the 1600-1815 period, their rulerships and rulers that find mention in the VOC archives. While some polities that feature in this dataset are well known and information about their chronological details and l...
Jul 9, 2024 - (Re)counting the Uncounted
Stapel, Rombert; Flens, Isabel; Vaccari, Daria; Versmissen, Rosalie, 2023, "'(Re)counting the Uncounted': Repository of Digitised Premodern Censuses in the Low Countries", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/E5BC1Y, IISH Data Collection, V10, UNF:6:Rt22lgeSaEFE2x9QBPB89g== [fileUNF]
This dataset contains the digitised censuses which were created in the NWO-funded Replication Study '(Re)counting the Uncounted. Replication and Contextualisation of Dutch and Belgian Premodern Population Estimates (1350-1800)'. In total, close to 2,000 premodern censuses (of hea...
Jun 28, 2024 - HSNDB-SUBSAMPLES
HSNDB, 2024, "Bevolkingsregisters Goede Herder Zoeterwoude 1869-1939", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/JHA45F, IISH Data Collection, V1, UNF:6:UBMUFarrG15iV//SBjggCA== [fileUNF]
These files contain the population registers for the Goede Herder in Zoeterwoude. The data was transcribed by the HSNDB as part of a study into excess mortality in religious institutions, and served as input for the 2024 documentary "Meisjes van de Goede Herder" by the VPRO. Data...
Jun 27, 2024 - HDSC
Sang-Ajang, John; Altink, Nico; Dikland, Philip; Jonkers, Carla; Kariomengolo; Valies, Cleo; Van Oort, Thunnis, 2024, "Paramaribo Ward Registers 1828-1847", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/VLN8FD, IISH Data Collection, V2, UNF:6:lGvWmI/h0YzdBUqisHiP7A== [fileUNF]
Since 1828, the colonial government of Paramaribo, Suriname, kept a detailed register of the inhabitants of the city. The registers have been partly preserved for the period 1828-1847. Over the years, these sources have been transcribed by citizen scientists. These transcriptions...
Jun 26, 2024 - HSNDB-AUXILIARY
Mourits, R.J.; Mandemakers, K.; Laan, F.; Munnik, C.; Meijer, K., 2024, "HSNDB Standardisation Tables", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/IKB8HO, IISH Data Collection, V1, UNF:6:uO2vsha4nxvROwdvdZNxNQ== [fileUNF]
These are the files that the HSNDB uses to standardise: - age - family names - given names - locations - place names
May 28, 2024 - Clio Infra
Moatsos, Michail, 2024, "Global Hunger", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/4DUCFB, IISH Data Collection, V1
The hunger rate represents the share of the people in a country below a fraction of a cost of basic needs poverty line. The fraction used by FAO is 52%, and I use that value for 2018. For years before and up to 1820 I linearly interpolate using a 80% value for 1820. The dynamic c...
May 23, 2024 - GLOBALISE
Vellinga, Henrike; Nijman, Brecht; Kuruppath, Manjusha, 2024, "GLOBALISE - Weights and Measures in the 18th-Century Indian Ocean World", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/MDNVH5, IISH Data Collection, V1, UNF:6:HMRkbvDqz+4rm69wzyPgBA== [fileUNF]
This dataset provides information on weights and measures used by the Dutch East India Company (VOC). The dataset is meant to be integrated into the GLOBALISE infrastructure, to serve as reference data and to facilitate query expansion in full-text searches of the archives of the...
May 2, 2024 - GLOBALISE
Pepping, Kay; Hids, Maartje; Tosun, Merve; Brink, Femke; Swüste, Marja; GLOBALISE project, 2024, "GLOBALISE Ground Truth for Handwritten Text and Layout Recognition", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/QJZKZ2, IISH Data Collection, V1
This dataset contains Ground Truth PageXML files that were used to finetune the GLOBALISE Handwritten Text Recognition, baseline detection and region detection models (see Related Publications).
Apr 15, 2024 - GLOBALISE
Klut, Stefan; Koert, Rutger van; Maas, Martijn, 2024, "GLOBALISE Laypa Baseline Model – August 2023", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/VMSCBR, IISH Data Collection, V1
This is a Laypa baseline detection model that was created to detect baselines on the scans of the GLOBALISE VOC corpus. It was finetuned using Ground Truth that is also available in this Dataverse (GLOBALISE Ground Truth for Handwritten Text and Layout Recognition) and applied us...
Apr 11, 2024 - GLOBALISE
Nijman, Brecht, 2024, "GLOBALISE Geographical Indices of the RGP General Missives", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/75DURG, IISH Data Collection, V1, UNF:6:cFqs57joFthWFOBHbue99A== [fileUNF]
This dataset presents the geographical indices of the 14 volumes of the RGP editions of the Generale Missiven der V.O.C. (GM) (1960-2007) in a structured format. The RGP General Missiven are a published selection of the General Letters from the period 1610 to 1767. These were sum...
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