KB Data Services
Our collections are being digitised on a large scale. We publish books, periodicals, newspapers and other textual heritage freely accessible on the Delpher platform, full-text and searchable. A significant amount of content is also made available in bulk for research purposes. Datasets, consisting of digital texts, images and metadata, can be accessed through KB Data Services.
KB Research Lab
The KB Research Lab provides open-source software in combination with KB data. These tools have been developed in cooperation with researchers. Applications include N-gram viewers and software for Named Entity Recognition.
Each year, a renowned researcher is invited to become the KB/NIAS fellow and do research in KB collections with the help of our data experts. Of late, fellows have been Digital Humanities researchers. More information on our KB fellowship pages.
Our Researcher-in-residence programme enables young Digital Humanities researchers to develop new digital research tools with the help of our data experts. Any resulting software is made available in the KB Research Lab.
Digital Scholarship team
If you have any questions or requests, please contact our Digital Scholarship team