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Scenarios prepared by the RAG correspond to a specific data selection including visualization. Scenarios provide an overview and are used, among other things, for explorative data analysis. They are loaded dynamically from daily updated data, which can take a certain amount of time.

Scenarios for universities of the Old Empire (HRE) (1250-1550)

For each university of the Old Empire, the RAG creates its own scenario, consisting of all the scholars recorded (as defined by the RAG), the scholars divided into faculties (Artes, Law, Theology, Medicine), the nobles as well as the rectors, deans and professors. The universities listed below are already available, further universities (Cologne, Ingolstadt, Vienna, Frankfurt Oder, Erfurt, Leipzig, Rostock, Greifswald, Leuven, Prague) will follow.



Selected scenarios (1250-1550)

The following scenarios show some evaluations (visualizations), for example on the catchment and communication areas of the universities in comparison, on study locations according to disciplines, on the activities of scholars outside the university such as city clerk, city doctor or rector (school), on networks and time series.



Das Kapitel von St. Andreas, Köln. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 2r.

Dr. iur. can. Winand von Steeg. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 2r.

Frater Dr. theol. Johannes de Beka OP. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 5r.

Dr. iur. Johannes de Bau. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 6v

Lic. decr. Henricus de Hierschheim. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 8r.

Dr. decr. Henricus Gorinchem. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 10r.

Prof. iur. Johannes de Cameraco. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 14v.

Kardinal Giordano Orsini. Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Geheimes Hausarchiv, Handschrift 12, fol. 15v.