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Riferimenti bibliografici

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  • Bianchini, Carlo, e Pasquale Spinelli (2020). Wikidata at Fondazione Levi (Venice, Italy). A case study for the publication of data about Fondo Gambara, a collection of 202 musicians’ portraits. 11, n. 3, p.16−38. DOI: 10.4403/
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The Linked Jazz Project

Linked Jazz is an ongoing project investigating the potential of the application of Linked Open Data (LOD) technology to enhance the discovery and visibility of digital cultural heritage materials. More specifically, the project focuses on digital archives of jazz history to expose relationships between musicians and reveal their community’s network. Website: