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1 Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities 2 OeAW - Austrian Academy of Sciences 3 University of Leipzig 4 Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Dublin 5 Princeton University Pinceton 6 Trinity College Dublin Dublin

Abstract : This panel covers both the theory and practice of APIs in the digital humanities today: have standards or best-practices evolved? What workflows are most effective and efficient for creating APIs? What are the challenges or stumbling blocks for creating or using APIs? Are APIs being used by DH researchers? What is the future of API development and use in the humanities community? It brings together researchers working on major European and North American projects, who discuss APIs from the perspectives of design, implementation, and use, as well as technical and social challenges.

Keywords : Application Programming Interfaces Digital Humanities

Author: Toma Tasovac - Adrien Barbaresi - Thibault Clérice - Jennifer Edmond - Natalia Ermolaev - Vicky Garnett - Clifford Wulfman -

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/


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