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Commentpress (Future of the Book)

Commentpress (Future of the Book)

Author(s):  Eddie Tejeda

Commentpress is an open source theme and plugin for Wordpress 3.3.1 or later designed to enable readers to contribute comments to each paragraph of a text and display those comments in the margins. Commentpress turns a text into a conversation, whether a blog or a fixed document such as an essay, book or article. It may also be used to add a gloss or annotations to a document. This tool is also available for BuddyPress and BP Group Blog.
MorphAdorner

MorphAdorner

Author(s):  Philip R. "Pib" Burns

MorphAdorner, now in version 2.0, is a Java command-line program for the adornment of words in a text. At present, available adornments include standard spellings, parts of speech and lemmata, in addition to tokenization, the recognition of sentence boundaries and extracting names and places. Version 2.0 features a separate MorphAdorner Server, an improved integration with MONK's Abbot and improved processing of the Early English Books Online (EEBO), Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) and Evans Early American Imprint Collection corpori.
RoSE

RoSE

Author(s):  Alan Liu

RoSE is a web-based system blending social computing with humanities bibliographical resources, enabling these resources to be explored as a social network. It incorporates data mined from YAGO and Project Gutenberg, offers profile pages for both persons and documents, keywords, and visualizations of the relationships between people and documents. Users are encouraged to contribute metadata supplementing the standard bibliographical data.
Scripto

Scripto

Author(s):  Sharon M. Leon

Scripto is a lightweight, open source tool for crowdsourcing transcriptions for Humanities projects. Projects utilizing Scripto can manage contributions via full editorial controls and a versioning history.
Stanford Vis Group: Data Wrangler

Stanford Vis Group: Data Wrangler


Data Wrangler is free web-based tool for interactive data cleaning and transformation. It takes raw data and transforms it into data tables for further analysis and cleaning. The results can be exported in a variety of data table formats, including Excel, R, Tableau and Protovis.
Versioning Machine

Versioning Machine

Author(s):  Susan Schreibman

The Versioning Machine, now in version 4.0, is a framework and an interface for displaying multiple versions of text, and encodes the text according to TEI guidelines. It incorporates features found in both critical editions and electronic publication, in addition to providing an environment for textual editors to comparatively view the results of their edits. This tool may be downloaded for use on a local machine, or hosted on one's server for web usage.
FromThePage

FromThePage

Author(s):  Ben Brumfield

FromThePage is a free software for manuscript transcription, allowing volunteers to transcribe document pages online. Transcriptions can then be marked up and annotated in a wiki-like enviroment, with the resultant text displayed on the public web. It includes a discussion environment, enabling collaboration on particularly difficult pages. FromThePage is currently in beta, permitting up to 100 pages per project, and is in the process of developing a paid version for larger projects requiring more server space, with price determined primarily by server and maintenance costs. Privacy features are also under development, and further features forthcoming ...
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