The roar ontology
When describing persons and locations, it's important to distinguish observations (as found in a document) from reconstructions (combined data from multiple observations you consider to be about the same person).
The roar ontology was developed to do just that. Here we showcase how address data, birth- and deathdates found in archival documents can be used to create personreconstructions, visualised as lines on the map.
Read more on the data, modelling and the way reconstructions were made on the github data repo.