Advanced search
2 files | 4.50 MB Add to list

Interdisciplinary synergies : opening up new perspectives for data-driven research of the Southern Dutch Dialects

Author
Organization
Project
Abstract
The Database of the Southern Dutch Dialects (DSDD) aims to aggregate and standardise three existing comprehensive lexicographic dialect databases of the Flemish, Brabantic and Limburgian dialects into one integrated dataset (Van Keymeulen, et al., 2019; Van Hout, et al., 2018, De Vriend, et al., 2006). In 2016, the Research Foundation Flanders funded a medium-scale research infrastructure project, the Database of Southern Dutch Dialects (DSDD)[1], which ran from 2017 until 2020 and resulted in a harmonised dataset of concepts (Van den Heuvel, et al., 2016), a user-friendly search engine and a geo-visualisation tool. The application backend provides an Application Programming Interface (API) which will be further developed and made available to researchers to export subsets of the data for analysis using existing digital research tools. At the previous DH Benelux conferences the project team introduced the project (2017), explored the cartographic tools (2018) and demonstrated the prototype (2019). Following the launch of the DSDD platform in 2020, the team will now present the importance of the interdisciplinary approach, the final results of the project, as well as future directions beyond the project lifetime.
Keywords
DSDD, digital humanities, CLARIAH, CLARIN, dialectology, FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data, language atlases, lexicography, linguistic data, geo-visualisation, Open Science

Downloads

  • DSDD for DH Benelux 2021 Presentation.pdf
    • full text (Author's original)
    • |
    • open access
    • |
    • PDF
    • |
    • 3.14 MB
  • DSDD for DH Benelux 2021 Abstract.pdf
    • full text (Author's original)
    • |
    • open access
    • |
    • PDF
    • |
    • 1.36 MB

Citation

Please use this url to cite or link to this publication:

MLA
De Tier, Veronique, et al. “Interdisciplinary Synergies : Opening up New Perspectives for Data-Driven Research of the Southern Dutch Dialects.” DH Benelux 2021, Abstracts, 2021.
APA
De Tier, V., de Does, J., Depuydt, K., Schoonheim, T., Mertens, K., Van Keymeulen, J., … Chambers, S. (2021). Interdisciplinary synergies : opening up new perspectives for data-driven research of the Southern Dutch Dialects. DH Benelux 2021, Abstracts. Presented at the 7th DH Benelux : The Humanities in a Digital World (DH Benelux 2021), Leiden, The Netherlands.
Chicago author-date
De Tier, Veronique, Jesse de Does, Katrien Depuydt, Tanneke Schoonheim, Koen Mertens, Jacques Van Keymeulen, Roxane Vandenberghe, Lien Hellebaut, and Sally Chambers. 2021. “Interdisciplinary Synergies : Opening up New Perspectives for Data-Driven Research of the Southern Dutch Dialects.” In DH Benelux 2021, Abstracts.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
De Tier, Veronique, Jesse de Does, Katrien Depuydt, Tanneke Schoonheim, Koen Mertens, Jacques Van Keymeulen, Roxane Vandenberghe, Lien Hellebaut, and Sally Chambers. 2021. “Interdisciplinary Synergies : Opening up New Perspectives for Data-Driven Research of the Southern Dutch Dialects.” In DH Benelux 2021, Abstracts.
Vancouver
1.
De Tier V, de Does J, Depuydt K, Schoonheim T, Mertens K, Van Keymeulen J, et al. Interdisciplinary synergies : opening up new perspectives for data-driven research of the Southern Dutch Dialects. In: DH Benelux 2021, Abstracts. 2021.
IEEE
[1]
V. De Tier et al., “Interdisciplinary synergies : opening up new perspectives for data-driven research of the Southern Dutch Dialects,” in DH Benelux 2021, Abstracts, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2021.
@inproceedings{8728132,
  abstract     = {{The Database of the Southern Dutch Dialects (DSDD) aims to aggregate and standardise three existing comprehensive lexicographic dialect databases of the Flemish, Brabantic and Limburgian dialects into one integrated dataset (Van Keymeulen, et al., 2019; Van Hout, et al., 2018, De Vriend, et al., 2006). In 2016, the Research Foundation Flanders funded a medium-scale research infrastructure project, the Database of Southern Dutch Dialects (DSDD)[1], which ran from 2017 until 2020 and resulted in a harmonised dataset of concepts (Van den Heuvel, et al., 2016), a user-friendly search engine and a geo-visualisation tool. The application backend provides an Application Programming Interface (API) which will be further developed and made available to researchers to export subsets of the data for analysis using existing digital research tools. 

At the previous DH Benelux conferences the project team introduced the project (2017), explored the cartographic tools (2018) and demonstrated the prototype (2019). Following the launch of the DSDD platform in 2020, the team will now present the importance of the interdisciplinary approach, the final results of the project, as well as future directions beyond the project lifetime.}},
  author       = {{De Tier, Veronique and de Does, Jesse and Depuydt, Katrien and Schoonheim, Tanneke and Mertens, Koen and Van Keymeulen, Jacques and Vandenberghe, Roxane and Hellebaut, Lien and Chambers, Sally}},
  booktitle    = {{DH Benelux 2021, Abstracts}},
  keywords     = {{DSDD,digital humanities,CLARIAH,CLARIN,dialectology,FAIR (Findable,Accessible,Interoperable,Reusable) data,language atlases,lexicography,linguistic data,geo-visualisation,Open Science}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Leiden, The Netherlands}},
  title        = {{Interdisciplinary synergies : opening up new perspectives for data-driven research of the Southern Dutch Dialects}},
  url          = {{https://2021.dhbenelux.org/home/abstracts/#detier}},
  year         = {{2021}},
}