OpenMinteD

Text and data mining in history

Joris van Eijnatten is professor of cultural history at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. He has a fascination for numbers that not many historians have....
Marco Caspers

FutureTDM is Mapping the Legal Barriers to TDM in Europe

The goal of FutureTDM is to promote uptake of the use of TDM in Europe. Part of the solution therefore lies in identifying barriers...
ContentMine

TDM and ContentMine: Barriers and Enablers of TDM

What is ContentMine?ContentMine is a non-profit organisation founded by Dr Peter Murray-Rust, a chemist, molecular informatician and advocate for open science. Murray-Rust faced barriers...
SYNYO

European Data Forum 2016

On June 29-30, 2016 FutureTDM project will be presented at the European Data Forum (EDF). Organized by the Data Science Center Eindhoven of the...

The FutureTDM Open Science Cafe at the Dutch Presidency Open Science...

Open Science is a key priority of the Dutch EU Presidency. The Netherlands is committed to open access to scientific publications and the best...
Freyja van den Boom

OGP Global summit: ‘Mine The Government’

During the fourth OGP Global Summit 2016 conference held in December this year, FutureTDM together with Open Knowledge International was selected to hold a...
Frank Hellwig

iCLIC Data Mining and Data Sharing Workshop (Part 2)

Report 2: Sui generis database right, functional vs. technical view, caveats of the Japanese TDM exception, integrationThis is the second of three blog...

Text and Data Mining using Cultural Heritage Data

On June 14, I presented the FutureTDM and Openminted projects, in which LIBER is a partner, at the Member State Expert Group on Digitisation...
FutureTDM

This is what Europe can do to stimulate Text and Data...

Text and data mining – using algorithms to analyse content in ways that would be impossible for humans – is shaping up to be...
LibraryOpenMinteD

TDM and the reading revolution

 You will not catch Steven Claeyssens carrying a smartphone and he will always prefer a paper book to an e-reader. Yet he is the...