ROIS-DS Center for Open Data in the Humanities (CODH) is developing humanities research in the era of open science. Our work includes 'data-driven humanities' to analyze humanities resources, using state-of-the-art technology from computer science and statistics, and 'big data in the humanities' utilizing datasets created from humanities research in a trans-disciplinary context. [Read more..]
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November 11, 2019
[Call for Participation] Japanese Culture and AI Symposium 2019 - AI for Reading Kuzushiji is Now Ready!
September 25, 2019
[Call for Participation] 11th CODH Seminar - Text Mining for Analyzing Research Communities: Sociological Topics and Socio-Technical Imaginaries
July 10, 2019
Notice on Kaggle Competition
May 1, 2019
Each character in Kuzushiji Dataset - List of Characters can now be seen in the original book. For example, by clicking one of the characters in "に," you will be redirected to the original book on the Kuzushiji Recognition Viewer with a bounding box drawn by the blue lines. You can check the original context of the characters before cropping. In addition, this viewer has the functionality of single kuzuzhiji recognition so that you can try kuzushiji recognition using AI (deep learning / machine learning).