Kindred Britian by Nicholas Jenkins, Elijah Meeks and Scott Murray.
From the website:
Kindred Britain is a network of nearly 30,000 individuals — many of them iconic figures in British culture — connected through family relationships of blood, marriage, or affiliation. It is a vision of the nation’s history as a giant family affair.
A quite remarkable resource.
Family relationships connecting people, a person’s relationship to geographic locations and a host of other associated details for 30,000 people await you!
From the help page:
Originating Kindred Britain by Nicholas Jenkins
Developing Kindred Britain by Elijah Meeks and Karl Grossner
Designing Kindred Britain by Scott Murray
Kindred Britain: Statistics by Elijah Meeks
User’s Guide by Hannah Abalos and Nicholas Jenkins
Glossary by Hannah Abalos and Emma Townley-Smith
If you notice a problem with the site or have a question or copyright concern, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
An acronym that may puzzle you: ODNB – Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
In Developing Kindred Britain you will learn Kindred Britain has no provision for reader annotation or contribution of content.
Given a choice between the rich presentation and capabilities of Kindred Britain, which required several technical innovations and less capabilities but reader annotation, I would always choose the former over the latter.
You should forward the link to Kindred Britain to anyone working on robust exploration and display of data, academic or otherwise.