LINKED HERITAGE – Coordination of Standards and Technologies for the enrichment of Europeana

 

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Linked Heritage Helpdesk

Technical Help Desk on the use of LIDO and MINT

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Linked Heritage Wiki

Tool for collaborative work for the WP3 tasks

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Europeana Widget

Search box suitable for LINK HERITAGE Partners who want to enable search in Europeana collections with the least possible effort.

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co-funded by the European Union

Linked Heritage is a 30 month EU project, started on 1st April 2011.

The main goals are to contribute large quantities of new content to Europeana, from both the public and private sectors; to demonstrate enhancement of quality of content, in terms of metadata richness, re-use potential and uniqueness; to demonstrate enable improved search, retrieval and use of Europeana content.

The consortium includes representatives of all the key stakeholder groups from 20 EU countries, together
with Israel and Russia. These include ministries and responsible government agencies, content providers and
aggregators, leading research centres, publishers and SMEs.

DOWNLOAD THE LEAFLET IN ENGLISH (PDF, 3059 kb) – IN FRENCH (PDF, 7560)

Evidence
Your terminology as a part of the semantic webrecommendations for design and management (PDF, 2.5MB)

This publication, edited by Linked Heritage WP3 and ATHENA WP4 “Terminology and multilingualism”, aims in priority at people working in European museums, experts or non-experts in Information Engineering and/or Linguistics, who have an interest on terminology and multilingualism. It proposes recommendations helping you to manage your terminology, to make it compliant and optimized for improving multilinguality on Europeana and to make it as a part of the Semantic Web following. The more you respect them, the more you improve the future retrievability of your digital collections online.

The French translation is also available:
Votre terminologie comme élément du web sémantique: Recommandations de conception et de management (PDF, 3631 kb)

Events

Tartu: Conference on copyright issues related to digitisation in libraries

6-7 June, 2013

Padova: Il patrimonio culturale digitale verso Europeana e CulturaItalia: aspetti tecnici e metodologia

6 marzo, 2013

Padova: Linked Heritage Fifth Plenary Meeting and WP Technical meetings (Reserved to partners)

6-8 March, 2013

News

2013-02-21

Europeana participates in Licenses for Europe

Europeana has been invited to participate in a European Commission initiative called ‘Licences for Europe’. More

2013-02-20

600.000 Linked Heritage metadata in Europeana

Almost 600,000 metadata have been published in Europeana!More

2013-02-01

Europeana Launches Rights Labelling Campaign

Europeana is starting a rights labelling campaign. Over the next couple of months, it will work with all its data providers to ensure that all objects that are available via Europeana carry a valid rights statement. More

2013-02-01

A French-speaking discussion list devoted to digital humanities and the modelling of cultural heritage information

A new discussion list has just been created for all those who are interested in the application of ontologies to the digital humanities field (and who have linguistic skills in French, as this is the language used on that discussion list).More

Coordinator:
Istituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane
Viale Castro Pretorio 105
00185 Roma, Italia
tel. 39 06 49210427
fax 39 06 4959302
info[at]linkedheritage[dot]org

 

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Technical Analysis Gives Clear EntryAndExit Points

Trading on the computer has become common today and more and more traders are starting to get comfortable trading online. This has also increased the popularity of chart trading also known as technical analysis.

Entry, exit, and a stop loss

Many fundamental traders face a problem in deciding at which price to enter and exit the asset and where to keep the stop loss. The exact levels to take a trade can never be found out in fundamental analysis. However, if you wish to trade in the market in any asset class it is important that you have a clear entry, exit and stop loss level. You need these price levels to have a clear trade plan and without them, all that you are doing is guesswork that could lead to huge losses. This is the key area where technical analysis wins over fundamental analysis. It lets the trader get a range for the price levels where the trader should enter or exit the trade.

How to do the technical analysis?

There are a number of ways in which traders trade using technical analysis. So honestly there is no one approach to do technical analysis. However in order to get a broad idea about this study you should be aware of some terminologies.

Technical analysts look at the trend of the asset and this lets them have a clear idea on the broad direction of the asset. This lets them understand where the majority of traders have positioned themselves. The chart pattern lets them know where the trend may change or where it has started to change. This lets them gauge the level to where the price movement may go on.

The technical traders also make use of some complicated formulas, read review, like indicators and oscillators that gives them signals when the asset has become overbought or oversold.

Conclusion

The tools of technical analysis are important to know but these are not necessary to place your first trade using technical analysis. It is important that you get a sense of how the technical analysts see the market and how technical analysis can at times be more beneficial than fundamental analysis. The technical analysts look at the past and analyze what may happen in the future.

Many traders use a combination of both fundamental and technical analysis to increase the probability of the trades. This lets them take a much clearer position in the Forex market.

Aspects To Ponder Before Starting A Branch Of Your Business

The extension can be the most ideal approaches to drive development. It is likewise naturally high-chance. In case your venture is sound and developing to the point where you’re genuinely thinking about an extension to other neighborhoods, national or worldwide, at that point you’ve just overcome certain truly huge chances. However, whichever industry you are involved in, the choice to extend your venture isn’t one to trifle with. Warning data flourish of entrepreneurs who have thought little of the assets, money related and the rest needed to start a new branch.

 

In fact, the inability to think about the majority of the dangers and costs characteristic in extension might risk the achievement of the latest branch, and the business in general. Here is a portion of those contemplations in this website that you ought to consider before plunging into this kind of development:

 

Set up clear objectives:

For most real endeavors in ventures, it is fundamental to have specific targets set up before venturing into another area. For instance, in case you’re thinking about starting a new area to rush the satisfaction of requests for physical items, have you looked for rebates from the delivery benefits on need benefits that may enable you to achieve a similar objective? Characterizing your organizational targets for development at the onset and forcefully investigating less exorbitant options for an extension that might take care of a similar issue will assist to guarantee achievement.

 

Recreate the earlier achievements:

The regular oversights business people create while growing past their first area is neglecting to evaluate and duplicate the procedures that made the venture effective in any case. Completely recording your venture forms makes it simpler to imitate and hand it to fresh representatives in another office area.

 

Find the income source:

In light of information based projections, make sense of a reasonable time period for your second area to create income adequate to support activities, moving along without any more venture. Apparently, the primary area is gainful, in case you’re looking to extend; yet is it creating sufficient income to satisfactorily bolster the second area if the last doesn’t reach equal the initial investment as quickly as determined. If not, is it conceivable to anchor extra financing at an expense that bodes well.

 

Remain focused:

Starting a secondary area accompanies numerous difficulties like those of starting afresh venture. For some business visionaries, this can be an inviting and occupying test. It’s pivotal, yet can’t dismiss the complete benefit of the business.