The NIE-INE project focused on the development of two major domains:
1) Semantic Web technologies, with the aim to allow researchers in the humanities to express their data in an enriched format adhering to the FAIR principles. Thanks to the collaboration with many different edition projects, NIE-INE was able to define some best practices and develop different methodologies, notably the Two-Step Formalization. With this methodology original data (in XML, SQL or other formats) are converted to a different i.e. machine-interpretable format through the end-to-end implementation of the W3C's Semantic Web standards, and by making the semantics of the data explicit.
The results regarding Semantic Web technologies are available at
2) inseri, a web framework for the online publishing and editing of scholarly editions, and more generally results produced by projects in the humanities. inseri connects data providers, web components, local user data and microservices, so that a user can combine them in any possible way.
inseri is open source and available at