DISCO: Data Integration for Conservation Science seeks to improve the ways scientific and technical studies contribute to the conservation and understanding of works of art through development of computer-assisted data integration tools that will facilitate extraction and sharing of new information by a broad community of users. The GCI, with support from the Seaver Institute, will build upon and leverage existing data integration efforts to provide open-source tools tailored to benefit and strengthen the fields of art conservation, conservation science, and art-historical scholarship. Read More

Experts Meeting

Exploring ways to integrate data

Foundational Research

Building upon the current state of knowledge

Framework Development

Developing a software architecture for data integration

Proof-of-Concept Model

Creating an open source model for linked open data

Related Materials

Reports and links to related projects

Banner image: Data and images from a manuscript leaf in the Getty's collection (Ms. 80b, verso). Photo credit: Catherine Patterson, GCI

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