Catalogue Digital Editions

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A comprehensive catalogue of scholarly digital editions. Each entry has structured, systematic and curated information on the edition, including:

  • Project information, such as editor(s), date, URL, production dates, institution(s), funding
  • Technological aspects, such as markup language(s), facsimiles of the textual sources
  • A methodological discussion regarding, among other, the account of textual variance, the philological method (Lachmannian, New Philology etc.), the origin of the text (OCRed or keyed)
  • User experience, such as search/navigation functions, possibility to download the data.

The catalogue follows the principles Linked open data. For example,