It is certainly possible to release the raw data and if it will assist research into jątaka texts and art then we are happy to organise this. However, it might be best to wait at least six months, since there will be some additions and updates to the database
during this time. You will need to be SQL literate though and be able to
perform queries in an SQL database. It might be best if you contact firstname.lastname@example.org in due course to arrange this.
Dr Chris Clark
School of Divinity
University of Edinburgh
From: Oliver Hellwig <email@example.com>
Sent: 09 December 2019 19:33
To: CLARK Chris <C.J.Clark@ed.ac.uk>
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thanks for sharing this, it's a really great resource.
Do you consider to release the source data at some point in the future?
They could be highly interesting for all kinds of computational
research, especially since there is so much (manually annotated?)
information linking individual text passages, and text passages with
Oliver Hellwig, IVS Zürich