This section describes the tools and applications developed in collaboration with computer scientists and researchers, which are available in the CENDARI research environment. It is aimed both at users of the infrastructure and administrators or developers who either want to set up an own instance of the tools or intend to enhance the tools.
For Researchers and Contributors
- Create an Archival Research guide or Take Notes
- Work with the Archival Directory
- Search medieval resources with TRAME
Find medieval resources
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Register new databases
The CENDARI virtual infrastructure consists of several components. The following applications are visible to the end user.
- Note-Taking Environment, see Working with the NTE
- TRAME (Medieval sources), see TRAME
For power users, CENDARI provides:
- AtoM Archival Directory, see CENDARI Archival Directory
The following components are back end applications, a user does not interact with:
- CENDARI Data API
- RDF converter
All CENDARI curated data is stored in the CKAN repository.
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