Query and context based visualization of time-spatial cultural dynamics
QVIZ is a project started in order to bring users a single entry point to the archives of Europe. A common starting point that allows browsing of the archival resources through time and space using a dynamic map or contextual categories. The map interface locates the resources without the need of knowledge concerning the language that the resource keeps or which institution that holds the records. In addition to this, QVIZ also provides an environment for collaborative knowledge building with social bookmarking for interested users.
Successful final review
14-19th of April 2008, Humphrey Southall presented at the annual conference in Boston, United States. see presentation
2-3 of April 2008 in HUMlab, Umeå University, Sweden.
14th-16th of April 2008 in Wageningen, the Netherlands. QVIZ held the workshop "Geographical information as access point to cultural heritage resources.". Fredrik Palm, UMU chaired the workshop. see presentation
16th-18th of April 2008 in Florence, Italy. Peder Andrén, SVAR gave a presentation at the International Cooperation Workshop on April 16th.
The QVIZ-project is co-funded by the European Union through the IST programme under FP6.