- firstname.lastname@example.org -- https://www.kinsources.net/
- https://www.kinsources.net -- https://www.kinsources.net/search/search.xhtml?contributor=Douglas%20R.%20White&dataset_file_scope=REQUIRED Contributor Douglas R. White
- Kinsources (Nov 24 2013) pw: Q [Program Puck at KinTip]
- https://www.kinsources.net/browser/datasets.xhtml -- https://www.kinsources.net/editorial/contact_us.xhtml
- Simpa The Corpuses page contains the corpora of genealogical data which have been coded and analyzed within the SIMPA project, with a link to Kinsource. These are the project datasets:
- Sciboarder Notification - New dataset submitted. - Request id: 120 - Submitter: Roxani Rivas Ruiz - Direct link
- Achuar, (Ecuador), genealogy established by Philippe Descola and coded by Vincent Hirtzel Achuar File
- Baruya, (New Guinea), genealogy established by Maurice Godelier and coded by Anne-Sylvie Malbrancke Baruya File
- Bassari, (Guinea), genealogy established and coded by Laurent Gabail Bassari (Guinea) File
- Bassari, (Senegal), genealogy established by Monique Gessain and coded by Laurent Gabail Bassari (Senegal) File
- Bruhl, (Europe, 19th century), genealogy established and coded by Cyrl Grange Bruhl File
- Bwa, (Mali), genealogy established and coded by Véronique Hertrich Bwa File
- Chimane, (Bolivia), genealogy established and coded by Isabelle Daillant Chimane File
- Ebrei, (Italy, 16th-17th centuries), genealogy established and coded by Michael Gasperoni Ebrei File
- Kei, (Indonesia), genealogy established by Cécile Barraud and coded by Ismael Moya Kei File
- Makuna , (Columbia), genealogy established Kai Arhem and coded by Klaus Hamberger Makuna File
- Obidos, (Brazil), genealogy established and coded by Miriam Hartung Obidos File
- Procida, (Italy), genealogy established and coded by Michael Gasperoni Procida File
- Samo, (Burkina Faso), genealogy established by Françoise Héritier and coded by Maria Teixeira Samo File
- San Marino, (Italy), genealogy established and coded by Michael Gasperoni San Marino File
- Val de Bagnes, (Switzerland), genealogy established and coded by Sandro Guzzi and Pascal Cristofoli Bagnes File
- Warao , (Venezuela), genealogy established by Johannes Wilbert, and coded by Olivier Allard Warao File
- Watchi, (Togo), genealogy established and coded by Klaus Hamberger Watchi File
- final definitive site for Kinsource (Kinsources)
- Kinsource 0.45
- Puck: Programme for the Use and Computation of Kinship data
- http://kinsource.net/csac/wiki/kinsrc/KinSources/ - dataset names
- http://kinsource.net/csac/wiki/kinsrc/Teaching/ - post publications
- http://kinsource.net/csac/wiki/kinsrc/KinSources/ datasets
- http://kinsource.net/csac/wiki/kinsrc/Researchers inactive
- http://kinsource.net/csac/wiki/kinsrc/Research no such file
- http://openanthro.net/csac/wiki/knsrc/KinSources/ Last modified by Mike Fischer on 2012/12/11 17:59
- http://kinsource.net/kinsrc/bin/view/KinSources/ obsolete
- Michael D. Fischer - http://kinsource.net/kinsrc/bin/view/KinSources/
- Klaus Hamberger - uses Inkscape, and open source SVG editor where needed to draw triangle and circle genealogies.
- Michael Houseman
- Murray Leaf
- Douglas R. White
Kinsources and Repast Sat, June 26, 2010
From: "Mark Altaweel" <email@example.com> To: "Douglas.White@uci.edu" <Douglas.White@uci.edu>
I think this is the last correspondence we had regarding that work:
I got Repast to load the .net files and recreate the networks in repast. From there, we can iterate through the generations and rules for marriage such as you describe can be followed (either stochastically or just based on a strict rule set). Anyway, the only issue I've noticed is that loading the pajek network using JUNG, which is how I have been reading in the networks you gave me in Repast, does not seem to preserve the red or black links, so you can't figure out the wife or husband lines so easily. The work around for that is that I created a secondary file that provides the information for the networks, but this is a bit cumbersome. Anyway, if you have some other way to differentiate the male and female marriage lines, in addition to the pajek networks, that might help, otherwise i can just create my own inputs that supplement the .net files. Maybe I am doing something wrong, such as the partitioning you mentioned in pajek, but i haven't noticed this making any impact. The good news is at least we can create the networks, iterate through, and create different network layouts in order to reproduce your generation layout (the one you sent along on your wiki site). We just need to find a better way to setup the initial network.
Anyway, I left it at that and have not revisited since. I can take a look at this in the coming weeks and try to address the concerns. I will be on travel for the next three weeks but I should have time (at least during long overseas flights!). Sorry for the delay.
I was using your JASSS article as the guide. Do you want me to continue doing this or are there other outputs that you would like to have? Also, let me know if you want me to use any of the data you indicated in your email.
Thanks, and I hope your doing well.
On Jun 25, 2010, at 7:51 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The work on kinship is coming out in the Handbook of Social Networks in 2010 and our European wing and others have now collected more than 76 kinship datasets at KinSources: http://kinsource.net/kinsrc/bin/view/KinSources/
This research community could very much use the ability to read into Repast datasets in Pajek network format (kinship networks) and be able to use the algorithms we discussed to do simulations, starting with permutations, and then moving to parameterized simulations ABM etc.
Any progress there, further thoughts etc?
Best, Doug White
KinSources datasets - 76 - Of the 76 ethnographic cases with network datasets contributed to Kinsources, 27 have coded data from Murdock’s (1967) Ethnographic Atlas and 8 from the SCCS: Aa01 (SCCS002), Aa05 (SCCS013), Cc13, Cg04 (SCCS052), Ec07, Eg01, Eh04, Eh06, Ej03 (SCCS077), If02 (SCCS100), Ig09, Na02, Na03 (SCCS124), Na12, Na13, Na15, Na20, Na22, Na23, Na24, Na43, Na44, Nb05 (SCCS130), Nf03 (SCCS143), Nd46, Nd48, Ng07 (SCCS046).
http://kinsource.net Started in November 2008 with some actual content that stems from the Kintip Website - Traitement informatique de la parenté, Kinship and Computing project.
See particularly the page for discussing the documentation needed for datasets -- Mike Fischer.
Not to be confused with
How does it work?
Subject: Re: Turkish Nomads to Kinsources From: "Michael Fischer" <email@example.com> Date: Sat, June 6, 2009 1:14 am To: Douglas.White@uci.edu
Right now I think you should put the data set up as is with enough documentation to use the data set and without losing any information. You don't have to put the metadata in all at once ... you can always come back to add more (and more versions for that matter). I don't want to standardise on a lossy and inflexible format like GEDCOM. So just put it up. If there is a problem with the current submission process or advice to make it easier please let me know so I can fix it (it was 'fixed' several times last year when we first started entering data).
What I think we want to aim at is accepting data in whatever format it comes in, and having online conversion software from one type to another (to the extent this is possible). I am thinking this would consist of being able to translate each format into a schema based on my current XML format (xkin), which is extensible both by embedding (incorporating new data structures within a data component) and with component structures (similar to defining a concatenation of a net file with a clu file), and then from that to the desired output form, like gedcom or net. There are currently three components in my own xkin files, node set(s), edge set(s) and metadata members of which can have many types. Once I get exams out of the way (I am Chief Examiner, a job which probably makes no sense elsewhere, but means I am maximally busy for the next two weeks) I will put the xkin specification on the site for comment and amendment.
List of contributors
Kinsources currently lists 76 contributed studies by 59 authors:
Watanabe Feinberg Denham Goodwin Viveiros de Castro Freeman Goodenough Rassmussen Damas Helm Hamberger Hansen De Laguna Brudner White Marshall Pehrson Chaventré Slobodin Taylor Withaker Roll Turnbull Houseman Shapiro Gould Burch, Jr. Spencer Gubser Tilbrook Rogers Dorsey Barnes Gibson Steward Vilaça Fausto Leach Gasperoni Mahrken Legrand Davis Schebesta Graburn Firth Bryant Rivers Fox Riviere Johansen Roberts Guignard Seligmann Ferreira da Silva Rose McCarthy McArthur Memmott Berndt
Watanabe Ec7 Hansen Na24 Furer-Heimendorf Eg1 Rasmussen Na3 (SCCS124) Rasmussen Na43 Feinberg Denham Goodwin Viveiros de Castro Freeman Goodenough Damas Na22 Na43 Mathiassen Na22 Helm Na15 Hamberger Hansen De Laguna Nb5 (SCCS130) Brudner White Ng7 (SCCS46) Eh6 Marshall Aa1 (SCCS2) Pehrson Cg4 (SCCS52) Chaventré Slobodin Na20 Taylor Na23 Withaker Roll Ig9 Mead Ig9 Turnbull Aa5 (SCCS13) Houseman Eh6 Shapiro Gould Burch, Jr. Na12 Na2 Spencer Na12 Gubser Na13 Tilbrook Rogers Dorsey Nf3 (SCCS143) Barnes Nf3 (SCCS143) Gibson Steward Nd46 Nd48 Vilaça Fausto Leach Eh6 Gasperoni Mahrken Legrand Davis Schebesta Ej3 (SCCS77) Graburn Na44 Firth If2 (SCCS100) Bryant Rivers Fox Riviere Johansen Roberts Guignard Cc13 Seligmann Eh4 Ferreira da Silva Rose McCarthy McArthur Memmott Berndt Ec7 Na24 Eg1 Na3 (SCCS124) Na15 Nb5 (SCCS130) Na22 Cg4 (SCCS52) Aa1 (SCCS2) Na20 Na23 Ig8 Aa5 (SCCS13) Ng7 (SCCS46) Na43 Na12 Na13 Na2 Nf3 (SCCS143) Nd48 Eh6 Ej3 (SCCS77) Nd46 Na44 If2 (SCCS100) Cc13 Eh4
Kinsources currently lists 76 contributed studies by 59 authors: Watanabe, Feinberg, Denham, Goodwin, Viveiros de Castro, Freeman, Goodenough, Rassmussen, Damas, Helm, Hamberger, Hansen, De Laguna, Brudner, White, Marshall, Pehrson, Chaventré, Slobodin, Taylor, Withaker, Roll, Turnbull, Houseman, Shapiro, Gould, Burch, Jr., Spencer, Gubser, Tilbrook, Rogers, Dorsey, Barnes, Gibson, Steward, Vilaça, Fausto, Leach, Gasperoni, Mahrken, Legrand, Davis, Schebesta, Graburn, Firth, Bryant, Rivers, Fox, Riviere, Johansen, Roberts, Guignard, Seligmann, Ferreira da Silva, Rose, McCarthy, McArthur, Memmott, Berndt,
new home for Kinsources
Some quick information and questions regarding the KinSources project: We are about to transfer the location of the Kinsources site (without changing its adress) from Canterbury to Paris, specifically to the CNRS-based "Very big environment Adonis" that offers us free space with continuous backup and an option for perennial storage (30 years). Mike of course agrees with this and there will also be a second webmaster (besides Mike), Olivier Kyburz from the TIP group.
Also, we are planning to submit a new ANR project exclusively centred on kinship data archivation and management. If successful, this would allow us not only to code a large number of genealogical datasets, but also to develop a more interactive interface for the KinSources website and to include analytical tools (such as Pgraph, Puck, Geneaquilt etc.) as webservices. We hope that you agree to be part of this initiative as a foreign "associate" participant.
- DRW: Wonderful development. Great work. all of you. Yes I agree to serve as a
foreign "associate" participant. Am retired now so more time to do research. Makes quite a difference. Having Kinsources on a long guaranteed life is outstanding. I can send a mediawiki shell if you want to build a wiki site like my intersciwiki. There is now one in Xi'an China from my shell. Users can sign in, with approvals if wanted, and it is much easier for community members to edit.
Finally, can you tell us where the ELBY dataset comes from and who coded it? It's the one concerning the families from the Calais area (also known as the Famillies du Nord).
- DRW: Elby is the last name of the NPdC website for Famillies du Nord. When I
asked for the gedcom he sent me a copy with permissions to analyze.
Kind regards Michael and Klaus