CLARIAH-VL

Unlocking the scientific potential of digital research in the Arts and Humanities in Flanders and beyond

CLARIAH-VL is the Flemish contribution to the European research infrastructures DARIAH and CLARIN. This blog is the project website for the CLARIAH-VL project funded by the Flemish Research Foundation (FWO). This website primarily provides details of our data, tools and services, including events, workshops and training materials for (digital) humanities researchers in Flanders, Belgium and beyond, and will occasionally give updates about project results for the funding agency.

  • Styloscope and Toposcope: Towards User-Friendly Digital Text Analysis

    Styloscope and Toposcope: Towards User-Friendly Digital Text Analysis

    Natural Language Processing (NLP) has been one of the fastest-growing research fields in the last decade. Innovations such as pre-trained large language models based on transformer neural networks have not only led to the popularization of AI and NLP in the general public, but also to interdisciplinary research projects in the humanities and social sciences…


  • Research Scenario: Unlocking Born-Digital Literary Heritage

    Research Scenario: Unlocking Born-Digital Literary Heritage

    Introducing the case of the Herman de Coninck floppy disks In this blogpost series, we will communicate on research scenario’s leading to and building upon the datasets made available through CLARIAH-VL. This blogpost introduces the research scenario ‘Unlocking born-digital literary heritage: the case of the Herman de Coninck floppy disks’.


  • Reading historical maps in a Digital Era

    Reading historical maps in a Digital Era

    The promises of Artificial Intelligence technologies to extract historical information from maps are becoming more impressive each day. However, these tools have been developed not only on the basis of but also, for modern maps. Older ones, including hand-drawn maps (early nineteenth century and earlier) therefore remain, as often with AI, the poor siblings of…


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