CoReMA

Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages

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TEI/XML is the base format for our data storage. There are three main units of TEI/XML used in CoReMA:

  • The hyperdiplomatic transcription of the cooking recipe collections (the project internal term used is "glyph version"). See Editorial Model. Example: o:corema.b2
  • The semantic annotation of the cooking recipe collections (the project internal term used is "annotated detail version"). See Semantic Model. Example: o:corema.b2.recipes
  • The single recipe which was derived from the semantic annotation of the cooking recipe collections (the project internal term used is "split version"). See Recipe Index. Example: o:corema.b2.1

All TEI/XML source files can be accessed by adding "/TEI_SOURCE" to the URL of the respective digital object. Example: https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:corema.b2.1/TEI_SOURCE, https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:corema.b2.recipes/TEI_SOURCE and https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:corema.b2/TEI_SOURCE.
Furthermore, the source files can be downloaded via the "Metadata button" that can be found on the right side of the bottom toolbar.

All the structured data of the single recipes is also stored as RDF in our triple-store (Blazegraph). The serialization we use for the API is RDF/XML. All RDF/XML files can be accessed by adding "/RDF" to the URL of a single recipe. Example: https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:corema.b2.1/RDF.
Furthermore, the RDF/XML files can be downloaded via the "Metadata button" that can be found on the right side of the bottom toolbar.

As a service for easy re-use of the project's transcriptions (e.g. for NLP methods) there are PLAINTEXT versions available for all digital objects.
All PLAINTEXT files can be accessed by adding "/PLAINTEXT" to the URL of the respective digital object. Example: https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:corema.b2.1/PLAINTEXT, https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:corema.b2.recipes/PLAINTEXT and https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:corema.b2/PLAINTEXT.
Furthermore, the PLAINTEXT files can be downloaded via the "Metadata button" that can be found on the right side of the bottom toolbar.

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Indices can be accessed via the web-interface. The selected rows (via the checkboxes) can be downloaded in the formats "JSON", "XML", "CSV", "TXT", "SQL" and "MS-Excel":

Furthermore most of the indices can be accessed directly via the so called "query object". These objects are stored in the GAMS repository and represent a SPARQL query. The results of these queries can be accessed as "JSON" or "XML". Example: /archive/objects/query:corema.toolindex/methods/sdef:Query/getJSON and /archive/objects/query:corema.toolindex/methods/sdef:Query/getXML
Here is a full list of indices as well as statistics (analysis results) that can be accessed in this way:

Some of the indices as well as statistics can only be accessed via the web-interface as it was necessary to use JavaScript to manipulate the results before displaying them or parameters were used for options chooseable by the web-interface users.

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