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== Available ==
== Available ==


* [https://gitlab.inria.fr/scripta/escriptorium https://gitlab.inria.fr/scripta/escriptorium]
* https://gitlab.com/scripta/escriptorium/
 
== Author ==
 
* Robin Tissot


== Description ==
== Description ==


eScriptorium is part of the [https://www.psl.eu/en/scripta scripta] project, its goal is provide researchers in the humanity field with an integrated set of tools to transcribe, annotate, translate and publish historical documents.
'''eScriptorium''' is part of the [https://www.psl.eu/en/scripta scripta] project, its goal is provide researchers in the humanity field with an integrated set of tools to transcribe, annotate, translate and publish historical documents. The eScriptorium app itself is at the 'center'. It is a work in progress but will implement at least automatic transcriptions through kraken, indexation for complex search and filtering, annotation and some simple form of collaborative working (sharing, versioning)
The eScriptorium app itself is at the 'center'. It is a work in progress but will implement at least automatic transcriptions through kraken, indexation for complex search and filtering, annotation and some simple form of collaborative working (sharing, versioning)


* The project blog: [http://escripta.hypotheses.org escripta.hypotheses.org]
* The project blog: [http://escripta.hypotheses.org escripta.hypotheses.org]
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* Demonstration videos: [https://vimeo.com/channels/1602497 Vimeo]
* Demonstration videos: [https://vimeo.com/channels/1602497 Vimeo]
There's also an overview with embedded videos in French at [https://ephenum.hypotheses.org/1412 https://ephenum.hypotheses.org/1412]
There's also an overview with embedded videos in French at [https://ephenum.hypotheses.org/1412 https://ephenum.hypotheses.org/1412]


[[category:Projects]]
[[category:Projects]]

Latest revision as of 19:48, 17 January 2022

Available

Author

  • Robin Tissot

Description

eScriptorium is part of the scripta project, its goal is provide researchers in the humanity field with an integrated set of tools to transcribe, annotate, translate and publish historical documents. The eScriptorium app itself is at the 'center'. It is a work in progress but will implement at least automatic transcriptions through kraken, indexation for complex search and filtering, annotation and some simple form of collaborative working (sharing, versioning)

There's also an overview with embedded videos in French at https://ephenum.hypotheses.org/1412