The ERC-funded EMoBookTrade project, led by professor Angela Nuovo and based at the University of Udine, addresses the issues of book prices and of book privileges in early modern Europe (1540–1630c.). To achieve the goals set, a Web application is under development by the research team. This paper describes technical solutions found to ensure usability and effectiveness in recording complex historical data, and automatisms which allow data analysis.

A Research Tool for the ERC-Funded EMoBookTrade Project

Giliola Barbero;Luigi Tessarolo
2018

Abstract

The ERC-funded EMoBookTrade project, led by professor Angela Nuovo and based at the University of Udine, addresses the issues of book prices and of book privileges in early modern Europe (1540–1630c.). To achieve the goals set, a Web application is under development by the research team. This paper describes technical solutions found to ensure usability and effectiveness in recording complex historical data, and automatisms which allow data analysis.
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