Bettina Gramlich-Oka (Japanese History, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Graduate School of Global Studies, Sophia University)
Leo Born (Heidelberg University)
Asano Yūsuke (Temporary employee of Sophia Archives, Sophia School Corporation)
The project is part of the “Project to Build an International Collaborative Research Network for Pre-modern Japanese Texts” (NIJL-NW project)
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Network Analysis and Prosopography
- To provide access points to information and events on various historical figures related to Japan and the Japanese people.
- To use visualization tools in the applications to try to understand the connections between people and organizations, and political and economic networks.
- Enrich the functions of the various applications so that they can be used in a wide range of research fields.