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So We've Blown up the Silos. Now What? Ways to Visualize Cultural Collections in the Context of Linked Data

Windhager, Florian

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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Art-historical institutions such as museums and archives are digitizing their object collections, and the same is happening to related art-historical documentation and discourse. Digitized collections allow for new forms of representation and reception, as provided by multiple methods of information visualization. But how can we create more interconnected &amp;ldquo;bigger pictures&amp;rdquo; of rich cultural collections? With regard to linked cultural heritage data, we introduce the PolyCubism framework as a means to overcome the imminent risk of putting linked data&amp;nbsp;back into&amp;nbsp;&amp;quot;visualization silos&amp;quot;. By utilizing a flexible visualization system of coordinated space-time cubes, a wide variety of&amp;nbsp;relations between entities within the field of art and in other fields of society can become visible.&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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