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Available Date: 03 Sep 2018
A digital collection of early German travel guides on non-European countries which were released by the Baedeker publishing house between 1875 and 1914. The collection consists of the travel!digital Corpus (XML/TEI transcriptions of first editions (5 volumes) including structural, semantic and linguistic annotations), the travel!digital Facsimiles (scans and photographs of the historical prints), the travel!digital Auxiliary Files (a TEI schema of the annotations applied in the corpus, and a list of term labels for indexing names of persons annotated in the corpus), and the travel!digital Thesaurus (a SKOS vocabulary covering designations of groups and selected sights annotated in the corpus). The collection was created within the GO!DIGITAL 1.0 project "travel!digital. Exploring People and Monuments in Baedeker Guidebooks (1875-1914)", Project-Nr.: ÖAW0204. Image creation was done in 2004 at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (AAC-Austrian Academy Corpus).
Available Date: 30 Nov 2017
3D Scans of selected Squeezes from the Glaser Collection at the archive of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
Available Date: 16 Oct 2017
A collection of XML/TEI transcriptions of inventories
Available Date: 16 Oct 2017
The Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties (VICAV) is an international project aiming at the collection of digital language resources documenting varieties of spoken Arabic. It provides a wide range of materials such as language profiles, dictionaries, annotated texts, bibliographies and more. The Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties has been started as a co-operation between the Department of Oriental Studies of the University of Vienna and the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
Available Date: 01 Jun 2013
The AMC was created as part of a public-private cooperation between the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austria Press Agency (APA). Thanks to the efforts of APA, the AMC covers a great portion of the Austrian media landscape of the past three decades, comprising a wide range of text types which can be classified as journalistic prose (Austrian newspapers, magazines, press releases). The texts in the AMC are lemmatized and tagged with part-of-speech labels. The corpus can be accessed via a corpus search engine (SketchEngine) on the premises of the institute. Versioning in the collection: Identical major version numbers (e.g. 2.x) indicate, that these versions have been processed using the very same tools and parameters. Increasing minor version numbers (e.g. 2.1, 2.2 ...) indicate the addition of new data. I.e. with increasing version numbers the corpora are monotonically growing.
Available Date: 05 May 2013
Dictionary Gate is a growing collection of specialized, experimental, yet fully functional lexical resources developed at ACDH-OeAW over the past few years. Most of the dictionaries are continuously being worked on both in terms of contents and the interfaces.