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MAP syntax diagrams: an online tool to visualise, describe, and compare Ancient divine onomastic sequences

Abstract : MAP syntax diagrams is an online R Shiny application for studying Ancient divine onomastic sequences. It uses the format defined by the “Mapping Ancient Polytheisms” project to: 1) represent sequences and 2) describe semantic relationships between the parts of the names of gods (called “elements” in the MAP terminology). The focus is on the structure of the sequences, not their content. These structures are modelled as graphs (a mathematical object composed by a set of nodes and a set of edges), so that they can be visualised, characterised, and compared using quantitative measurements.
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Sébastien Plutniak. MAP syntax diagrams: an online tool to visualise, describe, and compare Ancient divine onomastic sequences. Naming and Mapping the Gods in the Ancient Mediterranean. Spaces, Mobilities, Imaginaries, Feb 2021, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-03118484⟩

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