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eBooks@Adelaide

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The University of Adelaide Library’s collection includes classic works of literature, philosophy, science, and history. The books are listed alphabetically by author and by title as well as chronologically and by subject.

Documenting the American South

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Ten thematic collections of primary sources for the study of southern history, literature, and culture. Browsable by authors, titles, or subjects. Includes full texts in HTML and SML/TEI format, illustrations, and cross references.

CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts

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An online resource for Irish history, literature and politics containing texts browsable by language, topic and time period. With search interface, FAQ and a list of related links.

Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts

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The collection of about 14,000 documents from American and English literature as well as Western philosophy is browsable by author and title. Each document comes with subject tags and a concordance. A full text search is available that can be limited to subject tags, author names, and title words.

XML Copy Editor

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This free XML editor (released under the GNU General Public License) is available in different languages and in versions for Windows and Linux. Includes download, sreenshots, discussion forum, and online documentation.

<teiPublisher>

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This project provides tools to manage an XML-based repository to house, search, browse, and display documents encoded in TEI on the World Wide Web. Contains extensive documentation with an introductory tutorial.

The OSIS website

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The Open Scripture Information Standard (OSIS) is an XML schema for marking up biblical and related text. FAQs, background information and examples are available.

Electronic Tagging of Verse: A Review of the Literature

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An article from 1997 by Shane Houdek, Department of English, University of Minnesota.

Ebenezer’s software suite for TEI

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A collection of free software tools for Windows 95/NT to create, edit and check files marked up according to the principles of the Text Encoding Initiative.

Yoshikoder

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This is a cross-platform multilingual content analysis program. Main features include construction and application of dictionaries and keyword-in-context analysis. The source code is available under the Gnu Public License, compilation requires Java version 1.4.2. Some dictionaries and additional tools are available.

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