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Exercises:

Looking at the annotation:

{
  "@id" : "http://35.177.224.176:8888/annotation/1559731764132",
  "@type" : "oa:Annotation",
  "dcterms:created" : "2019-06-05T10:49:24",
  "resource" : [ {
    "@id" : "_:b2",
    "@type" : "dctypes:Text",
    "http://dev.llgc.org.uk/sas/full_text" : "<span property=\"ns:rank\" class=\"rank\">Ty.Sub.Lt. <span property=\"ns:name\" class=\"name\">Eric Hugh Allan <span property=\"ns:unit\" class=\"unit\">R.N.R <span property=\"ns:ship\" class=\"ship\">Bombala",
    "format" : "text/html",
    "chars" : "<p><span property=\"ns:rank\" class=\"rank\">Ty.Sub.Lt.</span> <span property=\"ns:name\" class=\"name\">Eric Hugh Allan</span> <span property=\"ns:unit\" class=\"unit\">R.N.R</span> <span property=\"ns:ship\" class=\"ship\">Bombala</span></p>"
  } ],
  "on" : {
    "@id" : "_:b0",
    "@type" : "oa:SpecificResource",
    "within" : "https://iiif.gdmrdigital.com/nlw/bor.json",
    "selector" : {
      "@id" : "_:b1",
      "@type" : "oa:FragmentSelector",
      "value" : "xywh=488,1543,2735,327"
    },
    "full" : "https://damsssl.llgc.org.uk/iiif/2.0/4642022/canvas/4642029.json"
  },
  "motivation" : [ "oa:commenting" ],
  "@context" : "http://iiif.io/api/presentation/2/context.json"
}

Looking more closely at the Annotation body:

    <p>
        <span property=\"ns:rank\" class=\"rank\">Ty.Sub.Lt.</span>
        <span property=\"ns:name\" class=\"name\">Eric Hugh Allan</span>
        <span property=\"ns:unit\" class=\"unit\">R.N.R</span>
        <span property=\"ns:ship\" class=\"ship\">Bombala</span>
    </p>

This uses RDF/A which is linked data hidden inside HTML. The HTML is what Mirador displays in the annotation but it can also be loaded to a Linked Data database and queried. For example this is looking at all the places listed in the book and putting them on a heat map:

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and this is looking at the numbers lost per ship:

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and doing a bit more research I found:

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and a Newspaper article and blog post:

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and this can be tied together into a presentation using the Exhibit tool:

https://exhibit.so/exhibits/vjxZwSD0sgKKzQhU4r7i

A full export of the data is available at: https://github.com/NLW-paulm/BoR-annotations

Looking at the Manifest in the Universal Viewer:

https://universalviewer.io/examples/#?manifest=https://iiif.gdmrdigital.com/nlw/bor.json

We can see a search box. Can you search for the annotation you created?

So how did that work?

Lets have a look at the Manifest: https://iiif.gdmrdigital.com/nlw/bor.json

The key part is this service definition:

"service": {

    "profile": "http://iiif.io/api/search/0/search",
    "@id": "https://sas.gdmrdigital.com/search-api/cabbb6de5303266bd9adc6cb23fb5c1b/search",
    "@context": "http://iiif.io/api/search/0/context.json"

},

Which tells the UniversalViewer that there is a IIIF Search service available at the following location:

http://sas.gdmrdigital.com/search-api/cabbb6de5303266bd9adc6cb23fb5c1b/search

SAS contains a basic search implementation but you can see the results here if you search for Cardiff:

http://sas.gdmrdigital.com/search-api/cabbb6de5303266bd9adc6cb23fb5c1b/search?q=Cardiff

The search API is meant to replicate the PDF type search within so the parameters you can use are limited:

https://iiif.io/api/search/0.9/#421-query-parameters

Last modified by Glen Robson 2020-11-26 11:36:05
Created by Glen Robson 2020-11-26 11:36:05

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