Research Web Apps

MWS Web developers are available to work with researchers to create custom applications that support research. Often these projects encompass mapping interfaces. For some projects, we have worked closely with the UCLA Digital Library, where the Library stores/serves the data with long-term preservation in mind and OIT develops the user interface.

Some examples:

Aegaron (Ancient Egyptian Architecture Online)
A repository of vetted and standardized architectural drawings of a selection of ancient Egyptian buildings.
UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology
A collection of articles on Egyptology enhanced with images, annotations, glossaries, geodata and temporal data.
A database for recording finds on an archeological field excavation project.