Neatline by Scholars' Lab
Plot your course in space and time.
Neatline is a lightweight, extensible framework for creating interactive editions of visual materials – maps, paintings, photographs, and anything else that can be captured as an image.
Built as a plugin for Omeka, a collection-management framework developed by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, Neatline adds a digital map-making environment that makes it easy to represent geospatial information as a collection of “records” plotted on a map, which can be bound together into interactive exhibits that tell stories and make arguments.
Designed for scholars, archivists, journalists, and students, Neatline provides a flexible set of tools that can be adapted to fit the needs of a wide range of digital mapping projects. In addition to the core content management system, Neatline exposes a flexible programming API and “sub-plugin” system makes it easy for developers to add custom functionality for specific projects – everything from simple UI widgets up to really elaborate modifications that extend the core data model and add completely new interactions.
- For general information and demos, head over to neatline.org.
- For documentation, head over to the project Wiki.
- If you found a bug or thought of a new feature, file a ticket on the issue tracker.
License: Apache License, Version 2.0
|Omeka Minimum||Omeka Target||Release Date|
|2.1.1||2.0||2.0||October 1, 2013|
|2.1.0||2.0||2.0||September 25, 2013|
|2.0.4||2.0||2.0||August 14, 2013|
|2.0.3||2.0||2.0||August 9, 2013|
|2.0.2||2.0||2.0||August 7, 2013|
|2.0.1||2.0||2.0||July 10, 2013|
|2.0.0||2.0||2.0||July 9, 2013|
|1.1.3||1.5||1.5||May 16, 2013|
|1.1.2||1.5||1.5||February 20, 2013|
|1.1.1||1.5||1.5||October 25, 2012|
|1.1.0||1.5||1.5||October 1, 2012|
|1.0.1||1.0||1.5||July 30, 2012|
|1.0.0||1.0||1.5||July 2, 2012|