We want it to be a better representation of our work and research area, and to showcase (especially to those interested in research or interning with us) what we are doing. Published in , we published a paper on this topic at the Galway Conference and Biographical Data in the Digital World Conference in Varna, Bulgaria (the paper is available here). While writing these papers we were aware of research opportunities related to the analysis of vital data, and in fact we added metadata: place of birth was tagged in some lives that had not previously been tagged with this data, and place of death and burial The mark begins with all life.
This work is ongoing, but its results can be seen, for example, in the life of the information register in the right box. These details will be displayed on the map later. Some notable collections Latest Mailing Database have been published this year at: , é and ; we report on the progress at the Association for the Study of British and Irish Names conference in Nottingham. We add content to the site, in particular streets are added to the database ( ) and other streets are enriched in November. in the database streets now have accurate geolocations. Administrative unit boundaries are now also displayed on the website.
It's nice to see place names on screen with the atlas of the show, which airs in the summer. Sources: Atlas of É, on ú, several batches of material from the main collection have been published, not to mention the photographs of áí, which are published on ú. ú Transcribing pages from the school collection during the year is a thankful achievement. We present research based on this group's work in lectures, workshops on Celtic language technology and a number of other places.