Difference between revisions of "SoSOL"

From The Digital Classicist Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Son of Suda Online (SoSOL))
(reorganized and updated with better links and full bibliographic citations)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
=Son of Suda Online (SoSOL)=
 +
 +
== Description ==
 +
 +
SoSOL is a tool for the tagless creation and editing of [[EpiDoc]] XML by papyrologists and epigraphers, originally developed by the [[Integrating Digital Papyrology]] project. The tool can be repurposed for almost any kind of documentary editing, and can even be used in pedagogical applications, training students in paleography and editing, and allowing their work to be reviewed, graded, and incorporated into official corpora.
 +
 
* Code: https://github.com/sosol/sosol
 
* Code: https://github.com/sosol/sosol
 
* Development documentation: http://papyri.github.io/documentation
 
* Development documentation: http://papyri.github.io/documentation
* Digital Classicist BICS Paper: http://ryanfb.github.io/papers-BICS/
 
  
==Son of Suda Online (SoSOL)==
+
== Additional information ==
  
SoSOL is a tool for the tagless creation and editing of [[EpiDoc]] XML by papyrologists and epigraphers. The tool can be repurposed for almost any kind of documentary editing, and can even be used in pedagogical applications, training students in paleography and editing, and allowing their work to be reviewed, graded, and incorporated into official corpora.
+
* Baumann, Ryan. “The Son of Suda On-Line.” In ''The Digital Classicist 2013'', edited by Stuart Dunn and Simon Mahony. Supplement to the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 122. London: The Institute of Classical Studies University of London, 2013. http://ryanfb.github.io/papers-BICS/.
 +
* Porter, Dot. “The Son of Suda On Line: A next Generation Collaborative Editing Tool.” Powerpoint, audio presented at the Digital Classicist/ICS Work in Progress Seminar, Summer 2008, London, June 20, 2008. http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2008-03dp.html.
 +
* Sosin, Joshua. “Digital Papyrology.” ''The Stoa Consortium [blog]'', October 26, 2010. http://www.stoa.org/archives/1263.
  
* Was developed as part of the [[Integrating Digital Papyrology]] project.
+
See also [[Suda Online]] (of which this is an intellectual successor, not a technical development)
** See also http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2008-03dp.html (downloadable audio and slideshow of discussion by Dot Porter)
+
** Pre-press article on SoSOL by Josh Sosin (2010): http://www.stoa.org/archives/1263
+
* The implementation of SoSOL in the [[Papyrological Navigator]] ([[http://papyri.info/search PN]]) goes by the name Papyrological Editor ([[http://papyri.info/editor PE]]).
+
* Open Source code available at: https://github.com/sosol/sosol
+
* see also [[Suda Online]] (of which this is an intellectual successor, not a technical development)
+
  
 
[[Category:XML]]
 
[[Category:XML]]

Revision as of 15:00, 1 May 2015

Son of Suda Online (SoSOL)

Description

SoSOL is a tool for the tagless creation and editing of EpiDoc XML by papyrologists and epigraphers, originally developed by the Integrating Digital Papyrology project. The tool can be repurposed for almost any kind of documentary editing, and can even be used in pedagogical applications, training students in paleography and editing, and allowing their work to be reviewed, graded, and incorporated into official corpora.

Additional information

  • Baumann, Ryan. “The Son of Suda On-Line.” In The Digital Classicist 2013, edited by Stuart Dunn and Simon Mahony. Supplement to the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 122. London: The Institute of Classical Studies University of London, 2013. http://ryanfb.github.io/papers-BICS/.
  • Porter, Dot. “The Son of Suda On Line: A next Generation Collaborative Editing Tool.” Powerpoint, audio presented at the Digital Classicist/ICS Work in Progress Seminar, Summer 2008, London, June 20, 2008. http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2008-03dp.html.
  • Sosin, Joshua. “Digital Papyrology.” The Stoa Consortium [blog], October 26, 2010. http://www.stoa.org/archives/1263.

See also Suda Online (of which this is an intellectual successor, not a technical development)

Personal tools