Citation

Janis Pagel, Nils Reiter, Ina Rösiger, Sarah Schulz. A Unified Text Annotation Workflow for Diverse Goals. In Sandra Kübler, Heike Zinsmeister (eds.): Proceedings of the Workshop for Annotation in Digital Humanities (annDH), pp. 31-36, Sofia, Bulgaria, August 2018.

BibTeX

@inproceedings{pagel2018c,
   title     = {{A Unified Text Annotation Workflow for Diverse Goals}},
   author    = {Janis Pagel and Nils Reiter and Ina Rösiger and Sarah Schulz},
   editor    = {Sandra Kübler and Heike Zinsmeister},
   booktitle = {{Proceedings of the Workshop for Annotation in Digital Humanities (annDH)}},
   pages     = {31-36},
   location  = {Sofia, Bulgaria},
   url       = {http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2155/pagel.pdf},
   month     = {8},
   year      = {2018},
}

RIS

TY - CPAPER
TI - A Unified Text Annotation Workflow for Diverse Goals
AU - Janis Pagel
AU - Nils Reiter
AU - Ina Rösiger
AU - Sarah Schulz
ED - Sandra Kübler
ED - Heike Zinsmeister
PY - 2018
UR - http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2155/pagel.pdf
CY - Sofia, Bulgaria
J2 - Proceedings of the Workshop for Annotation in Digital Humanities (annDH)
ER - 

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Abstract

In computational linguistics (CL), annotation is used with the goal of compiling data as the basis for machine learning approaches and automation. At the same time, in the Humanities scholars use annotation in the form of note-taking while reading texts. We claim that with the development of Digital Humanities (DH), annotation has become a method that can be utilized as a means to support interpretation and develop theories. In this paper, we show how these different annotation goals can be modeled in a unified workflow. We reflect on the components of this workflow and give examples for how annotation can contribute additional value in the context of DH projects.