Repositories are workspaces for studies. They integrate baskets for various versioned data items as well as a bibliography and the users or groups vocabularies. A board for discussions and a reports section offer a track over the repositories objectives.
Dokuemente und Recherchen, die helfen, Texte, Stratigraphie und Archäologie zusammen zu bringen.
Informationen und Ergebnisse zu Archiv N14 und anzuschließenden Texten
Recherchierte, kommentierte und bearbeitete Unterlagen zum Bauensemble Ninurta-Tempel, seinem Inventar und der Grabungshistorie (Fallstudie C.2, Anteil Katja Sternitzke).
Having 100 years of research history means having multiple naming conventions. Vocabularies shall assist each researcher or team with an idea of a common wording and term translations of topics and concepts as well as giving anyone the possibility to name things in a heterogenus way, while still acting with a common idea.
On babylon-online, you can join teams, which are groups of people with a shared research interest. These teams can be authorized together as one. Learn more on your personal teams settings page.
People on babylon-online.org.
Bibliography integrates the scientific workflow idea into repositories. The entries are like vocabulary terms scoped to, not only a person or group but even to their repositories and can be queried along the data. As a repository forms the discourse universe of a scientific idea, references are an elementary service and make up a bibliography of that matter in question.
Locate is a geographic lookup service which guides you through places and locations.
The babylon-online research framework helps you with some specific central authority services. With zensus, you can lookup any type of people or institutions as agents. From recent team members, participating institutions, to historic families or individuals, together with their affiliations or professions.
BOI is the babylon object identifier. It is a general index of identifiers which aggregate data from various aspects of scientific interest (commits in repositories). It drives the general visualization of heterogenus facets on objects.