7 Works

Implementation des Metadatenmanagement von Geodaten der SFB806-Datenbank

Daniel Kürner
Die vorliegende Arbeit beschreibt die Implementation des Metadatenmanagements für Geodaten aus den Projekten des SFB806. Es soll ein internetbasiertes Informationssystem geschaffen werden, das den Mitgliedern des Pro jektes ermöglicht, Daten an einer zentralen Stelle zu veröffentlichen und somit der projektinternen Forschungsgemeinschaft zugänglich zu machen. Das Informationssystem soll eine sichere und nachhaltige Archivierung der Forschungsergebnisse aus den Projekten des SFB806 gewährleisten und gleichermaßen als integrierte Datenbasis die Forschungsarb eit der Pro jektmitglieder des SFB806 unterstützen.

CRC806-E1 LGM-Sites Database V-20150313

Andreas Maier & Andreas Zimmermann
CRC 806 “Our Way to Europe” – Project E1 Population Dynamics: Demographic Changes of Hunter-Gatherer Populations during the Upper Pleistocene and Early Holocene in Europe Principal Investigator: Prof. Dr Andreas Zimmermann PostDoc: Dr Isabell Schmidt THE CURRENT DATABASE VERSIONS ARE FOR INTERNAL USE BY MEMBERS OF THE CRC 806 ONLY, IN AGREEMENT WITH THE RESPECTIVE AUTHORS (see below) General information: Databases used (revised and extended) within this work were courtesy provided by: Jean-Pierre Bocquet Appel...

\"Hunter-gatherer situations\" – Keynote speech held at the 11th Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 11) in Vienna, Austria, 7th September 2015

Thomas Widlock
This keynote speech was held at the 11th Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 11) in Vienna, Austria, in September 2015. It comments on the establishment of the International Society for Hunter-Gatherer Research and the new Journal “Hunter Gatherer Research” and it presents ideas about the future orientation of this interdisciplinary field of study. Drawing on examples from first-hand ethnography with the Batek of Malaysia, with Australian Aborigines and with Hai//om San from southern...

A QGIS plugin to interface openModeller

Daniel Becker & Christian Willmes
This is a plugin for QGIS to interface the openModeller software package. OpenModeller is a software framework for species’ potential distribution modelling. The package includes (among other program files) the om_console.exe executable which is used for the modelling process. The program file is controlled by a configuration file and needs several files as input data. The configuration file contains the paths to the input data, configuration parameters for the output data and the selected modelling...

A semantic wiki as repository to review published palaeo-data in East Africa

Finn Viehberg, Christian Willmes, Sarah Esteban & Ralf Vogelsang
Our research interests in palaeo-studies in East Africa remain high, partly because of the Out-of-Africa hypotheses predicting Homo sapiens origin to be situated in East Africa. Since several decades archaeologists and geoscientists explore suitable sites to answer related questions. Simultaneously, analytical methods applied to the archives improved in their sensibility or resolution over the given time. The amount of published scientific data is enormous, but has to be carefully checked on their robustness compared to...

CRC806-Database: Integrating Typo3 with GeoNode and CKAN

Christian Willmes, , Anton Gilgenberg & Georg Bareth
This Poster contribution for the 2nd Research Data Management Workshop, held on November 27th and 28th at the University of Cologne, describes the advancements of the new CRC806-Databse frontend. It was decided to update the system with some major changes to the overall architecture, by preserving the current API functionality and the URLs of the datasets in the database. This paper describes the system architecture of the upcoming version of the CRC806-Database. The SDI part...

How to exchange data between DB Systems on Early Humans. A case study based on the SFB 806 DB and the ROCEEH ROAD system

Christian Willmes & Georg Bareth
In the recent past data base systems providing information on early humans and their environment are becoming more and more important and increase rapidly in number. However, this increase in different DB systems is concomitant with an increasing redundancy in the digital information stored in these database systems. Therefore, in this study we explore ways to reduce redundancies due to multiple storage of data and, hence, we show solutions to minimize the requirements to store...

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