This tool serves to provide a collection-level framework using the RSLP schema.
HyperPo is a user-friendly text exploration and analysis program.
The goal of the nora project is to produce software for discovering, visualizing, and exploring significant patterns across large collections of full-text humanities resources in existing digital libraries.
PhiloLogic™ is the primary full-text search, retrieval and analysis tool developed by the ARTFL Project and the Digital Library Development Center (DLDC) at the University of Chicago.
This portal is a gateway to tools for sophisticated analysis and retrieval, along with representative texts for experimentation.
Dictionary of Words in the Wild
This dictionary is a collection of photographs of words, found in your everyday environment.
TAPoRware is a collection tools that enable user to perform text analysis on XML, HTML and plain text files over the Web.
McMaster Roman Coins Collection
The portal presents the holdings of coins of the Roman world in the McMaster collection and places the coins within the historical and social contexts of their times.
XTeXT is a text search and retrieval/web application platform based on search technology developed at the University of Waterloo.
The Big See explores the potential for visualization and HPC in the analysis of texts.
Mashing Texts is prototype of a recombinant research environment for document management, large-scale linguistic research, and cultural analysis. (OldMashTexts)
Digital Texts 2.0 is an initiative to experiment with applying the principles of Web 2.0 to the realm of electronic texts.
The Compendium is an online companion to the SSHRCC Major Collaborative Research Initiative on Globalization and Autonomy.
Shakespeare and the Queen's Men
SmartText is a project to develop a smart document that can be used as a scholarly text editing and publishing machine without server-side support. TAToo is the part of the project looking at embedded tools.
"iMatter" is a knowledge cluster comprised of researchers from across Canada. The group seeks to foster an interdisciplinary dialog about the theoretical, social, cultural and historical importance of interactivity...
A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities
ADLDH is a community publication project that will bring together digital humanists from around the world to document what they do on one day.
Just What Do They Do?
JWDTD is a SSHRC funded project looking at what users of text analysis tools do.