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LINCS provides the tools and infrastructure to make humanities data more discoverable, searchable, and shareable. Discover how you can explore, create, and publish cultural data.

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LINCS data is published through the ResearchSpace platform, where you can browse entities and investigate connections.

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LINCS Datasets

University of Saskatchewan Art Collection

The University of Saskatchewan Art Collection is a collection of over 6,000 works, spanning many art movements, styles, subjects, and media.

AdArchive: Tracing Pre-Digital Networked Feminisms

AdArchive expands feminist scholarship with an innovative focus on advertisements from feminist-identified journals.

Digital collaborative edition of the Greek anthology

Anthologia graeca gathers information and data on the Greek Anthology: more than 4000 pieces of Greek epigrammatic poetry from the classical to the Byzantine period.

Yellow Nineties 2.0

Yellow Nineties 2.0 uses digital tools to advance knowledge of eight late-Victorian little magazines and the people who contributed to their production between 1889 and 1905.

Orlando Project

The Orlando Project explores and harnesses the power of digital tools and methods to advance feminist literary scholarship.

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LINCS Term of the Day: Conversion

The process of changing data from one format to another.