Trove's API has been central for people building new tools, interfaces and visualisations. We hope you can gain inspiration from those who have already created with the API. If you know of any others, let us know.
AustLit is a reliable database about Australian literature and storytelling. The collection ranges from full text, biographical and bibliographical information to exhibitions and rich online content.
Created by the University of Queensland, researchers from Australian universities and National Library of Australia.
Block V-Melbourne History Workshop
Culture Collage takes images from Trove, DigitalNZ, Europeana and the DPLA and allows you to create, compare and share scrapbooks.
Created by Monique Szpak - Technical Consultancy
Developed in 2010, GlamMap is geospatial visualisation tool that allows you to visualise geo-referenced metadata of cultural heritage artifacts on an interactive, two-dimensional geographic map.
Created by Arianna Betti and researchers in computer science - Applied Geometric Algorithms
Manly Local Studies
Mitchell Whitelaw has used Trove's API to create Manly Local Studies. This experimental web interface looks at 7,000 images from the area during the 1800s to the 1900s period.
Created by Mitchell Whitelaw - Digital Art, Design and Culture Academician, Writer and Practitioner
The Front Page
The Front Page allows you to explore changes in the design and function of newspapers. The database draws from 4 million front page articles from Trove's API.
Created by Tim Sherratt - Historian and Hacker
To Be Continued… is an Australian Newspaper Fiction database where you can find 19th and early 20th century fiction stories from newspapers.
Created by Katherine Bode - Associate Professor/ARC Future Fellow