+ Try out Transkribus new recognition software PyLaia!

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Some of you might already have come across the word “PyLaia” in connection with Transkribus. Actually, it is one more recognition engine, which has been developed by UPVLC (Universitat Politècnica […]

+ Entangled Histories Ordinances of the Low Countries

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In 2019 the KB National Library of the Netherlands welcomed the Researcher-in-Residence project Entangled Histories Ordinances of the Low Countries. Within this project, Annemieke Romein, Sara Veldoen and Michel de […]

+ Public model for Italian administrative hands

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We are happy to present a new public model for Italian administrative hands! It was created as a collaborative effort by Jake Dyble (Exeter/Pisa), Antonio Iodice (Exeter/Genoa), Sara Mansutti (Cork), […]

+ Students up for a research competition?

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We would like to make you aware of the Innovation in Archival Research Prize, that is organised by the National Archives of the Netherlands and the North Holland Archives. Within […]

+ More than 60 members already support the READ-COOP SCE

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The Transkribus community keeps growing, we have passed the 40.000 users mark recently, and so does the number of READ-COOP-members. We currently have more than 60 private persons and institutions, […]

+Transkribus e le frontiere dell’analisi elettronica dei testi

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Recently an interview on the experience with Transkribus has been publicised by the Gramsci centre for the humanities and the University of San Marino. A model for the prison notebooks […]

+ Videos on Keyword and Full-Text search interfaces

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Want to know, what a searching interface based on Transkribus can look like? We have two new demo videos available on that in our Youtube-channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/TranskribusEU) showing two projects, which […]

+ readme2020: crowdsourcing for the recognition of modern handwritings

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Many models on different languages of various epochs have been trained in Transkribus already. What we are still missing is a general model, which can recognise a wide range of […]

+ Widecombe Parish Devon UK: Investigating Local Welfare Provision

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This project was set up to investigate the local parish records of Devon, some of which date back to the 16th century but the majority of which are 18 and […]

+ Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) for damaged archives

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We would like to inform you about an article written by Marco Roling, which has been published in March 2020 and is dedicated to experiments about the HTR-processing of documents […]