Acknowledgments

 

Support for OCHRE has been generously provided by

National Science Foundation (NSF), SI2-SSI; A Computational Research Ecosystem for Scientific Collaboration on Ancient Topics (CRESCAT), Spanning the Full Data Life Cycle, 2015-2019.
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Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society; Economic Analysis of Ancient Trade: The Case of the Old Assyrian Merchants of the 19th Century BCE, 2015-2018; An Organon for the Information Age, 2018-2020.
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Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Partnership Grant; Computational Research on the Ancient Near East (CRANE): an Archaeological Data Integration, Simulation, and 3-D Visualization Initiative, 2012-2017CRANE 2.0, 2017-2022.
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The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago


Technical support for OCHRE is provided by

The Digital Library Development Center (DLDC) of the University of Chicago

The Research Computing Center (RCC) of the University of Chicago


GIS SUPPORT IN OCHRE IS POWERED BY ESRI

The Geospatially-Enabled OCHRE version (GEO) uses the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java to integrate a rich set of GIS features within the OCHRE platform; featured in an ArcGIS for Developers Success Story.
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