Link: Old Bailey Data Warehouse Interface The Old Bailey Data Warehouse Interface is part of the Criminal Intent project. It is a proof-of-concept tool that enables users to quickly and easily visualize trends and distributions within the vast amount of … Continue reading
Link: Tricks for Transcribing High-Contrast Historical Reproductions For when a ‘black blob’ on a microfilm or digital scan isn’t really a black blob after all…
Link: Playing with Locating London’s Past
Link: Locating London’s Past Locating London’s Past is an exciting new resource enabling users to search a wide body of digital resources relating to early modern and eighteenth-century London, and to map the results on to a new version of John … Continue reading
Link: Bringing together the Old Bailey Proceedings and the Convict Transportation Registers You can now cross-search the Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online and the Convict Transportation Registers Database via Connected Histories, tracing the fate of individuals from arrest to … Continue reading
Link: Open Access Week 24-30 October 2011 Open Access Week is an opportunity to learn more about Open Access publishing and take part in events worldwide. Many users of the Old Bailey Online and London Lives websites do not have … Continue reading
Link: Linking Lives About: The Linking Lives project (2011-12) is a follow on from the Locah project (2010-11) that created Linked Data for a sub-set of Archives Hub and Copac data… The primary aim of Linking Lives is to explore … Continue reading
Link: The 17th-century prison doorway in Westminster IanVisits finds the last remaining fragment of Tothill Fields Prison (or Westminster Bridewell).
Link: Untold Lives: Sharing Stories from the Past A new blog from the British Library that may be of interest to many users of Old Bailey Online: The British Library’s collections contain stories of people’s lives worldwide, from the dawn … Continue reading
Link: Old Bailey Online and London Lives in Discover My Past England There is a very nice illustrated article about us in the latest issue of the online magazine Discover My Past England.