Archeofoss 2020 hosted “little minions”, by Timo Homburg and Florian Thiery. These are helper tools that reduce workload or optimize workflows in archaeology’s daily work. (abstract in https://zenodo.org/record/4002961#.YHgzlOgzaUk).
The authors collected a series of useful research tools, from which `Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology` (CAA) created a working group called `Little Minions` (http://littleminions.link). They focus on development and customization of FLOS Software for archaeology.
There are many examples, including the Semantic Web and Linked Open Data (LOD) (https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3345711), or the set of tools created by the Wikidata community to interact with the Wikimedia repositories. These tools help researchers share their data and enables the community to participate in scientific discourse to create previously unknown knowledge.
To finish, it is important to mention another very useful tool, the SPARQLing Unicorn QGIS Plugin, which allows reprojecting and transforming geospatial data into other reference systems.
Click here https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/65978476/archeomatica-international-2021-archeofoss to read Archeofoss 2021 pre-acts conference.
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