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Data Visualisations For Medical Research

Jisc partners with Gooii to create data visualisations website UI for Medical Research. Jisc are the UKs higher education (HE) and further education (FE) teaching, learning and research institution. They provide UK universities and colleges with shared digital infrastructure. This includes the super fast Janet fibre optic 400gbits/second network. Jisc inspire and drive the UK to be…

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UK Medical History Library

Gooii contracted to deliver UI and data visualisation tools. UK MHL is a three-year project funded by Jisc and Wellcome Library. It’s a large-scale digitisation of more than 15 million pages of 19th century published works. Wellcome Library is contributing its entire 19th century collection to the UK Medical Heritage Library. This, along with content of the nine partner institutions,…

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Royal Armouries Waterloo Timeline

Royal Armouries data visualisation help celebrate the Battle of Waterloo The Royal Armouries have been celebrating the 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Gooii has been working with them on a new feature page for the Collections Website including a beautiful visualisation. On the 1st March 1815, after only eleven months of exile, Napoleon Bonaparte escaped his captors on the island…

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