This year, the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School ran eight workshops including one on data curation, analysis, access and reuse, in which Cécile Duval, Scientific Collaborator in the CVCE’s Digital Humanities Lab, took part. This session was an opportunity to explore data concepts and practices, with an emphasis on digital humanities data curation. The workshop covered several topics including data organisation, data modelling, big data and data analysis, as well as workflows and research objects. One section focused on the languages OWL and OWL 2. Case studies included examples from the Hathi Trust, EEBO-TCP and the BUDDAH project.
More information on http://dhoxss.humanities.ox.ac.uk/2015/humanitiesdata.html