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Linked Data annotation
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Create maps from text. Annotate images. Connect your research to other data on the Web and make it more open, visible and re-usable. Without the need to become a Semantic Web expert.

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New in Recogito:
China Historical GIS

We are excited to announce that data from the China Historical GIS is now available in Recogito. This adds more than 71,000 places of Dynastic China from 221 BCE to 1911 CE to our geographical index. Our thanks to Lex Berman and the Harvard Center for Geographic Analysis for maintaining this brilliant resource!

Shared Collections

Upload texts and images. Build your own collections. Invite others to collaborate.

Collaborative Annotation

Create notes. Tag. Discuss. Recogito tracks provenance and maintains version history.

Semantics Included

Tag places and persons with controlled vocabularies easily with built-in support features.

Open Data

Show the results of your work on the Web. Publish your data as Linked Open Data.

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Recogito has helped me to work comparatively across a larger number of texts and maps. I found that the annotation of each individual place in a text could be quite eye-opening. Marianne O'Doherty University of Southampton
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For my team, Recogito allows us to see and prove things that our intuition as readers tells us, but that are hard to demonstrate. Jesse W. Torgerson Wesleyan University
I often use Recogito as an initial platform that we start with and can come back to as our homebase, before going outward to other platforms. Sarah Bond University of Iowa
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