+Transkribus e le frontiere dell’analisi elettronica dei testi

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

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

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

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

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 […]

+ Deciphering the letters of Andrej Kmet’ with the help of Transkribus

In the article with the title “Automated Transcription of Handwritten Text: READ and TRANSKRIBUS (An Experiment with Transcribing Letters of Andrej Kmeť)”, which was published in October 2019, Dusan Katuscak […]

+ Train the trainers in Innsbruck

We from the Transkribus-team keep noticing interest amongst ambitioned users of Transkribus in giving Transkribus-workshops and this way share their knowledge. In order to provide these people with the latest […]

+ Proudly presenting the Dutch giant

This is what comes out, when two Transkribus power user archives, namely the Amsterdam City Archives and the National Archives of the Netherlands work together: a model with 1 384 893 words […]

+ Scanathon at the University Archive Greifswald

We are happy to report about the Scanathon, which took place at the University of Greifswald as part of their open house day on Saturday, 7th of March 2020. The […]

+ Transkribus User Conference 2020 – we keep transcribing as READ-COOP

On 6-7 February 2020 the third Transkribus User Conference took place at the Faculty of Catholic Theology in Innsbruck. 160 Transkribus users made their way to the snowy town of […]