TEI produces the TEI Guidelines and associated software
The TEI is an international and interdisciplinary standard used by libraries, museums, publishers, and academics to represent all kinds of literary and linguistic texts, using an encoding scheme that is maximally expressive and minimally obsolescent.
XML text markup for ancient documents
The EpiDoc Collaborative is developing specifications and tools for standards-based, digital publication and interchange of scholarly and educational editions of documentary and literary texts like inscriptions and papyri. The link below will take you to the EpiDoc home page on this site.
Given an XSD schema and an XSA.xml configuration file, XML Skeleton Annotations (XSA) generates JSF forms UI to create XML records compliant to the XSD and following the XML skeleton defined in XSA.xml, still keeping everything under your control.
Digital edition visualization software
EVT is a tool that creates web-based diplomatic and/or interpretative editions starting from XML TEI-encoded documents. The current release, EVT v. 1.2, builds upon the feature set of the previous releases and adds support for quite a number of new TEI elements: * added support for integrations and editorial additions encoded with <supplied>, with particular attention to omissions (@reason="omitted") and illegible text (@reason="illegible"); * added support for columns breaks (<cb>) and tables (<table>); * added support for <note>s that are not inline and are referenced in the text one or more times with the element <ptr/>; * added support for <ref>s whose @target attribute refers to a web page; * many bugs fixed! Go download it and check for yourself! For more information about how to use and/or customize EVT please refer to the EVT Manual included in the archive you downloaded, just look in the "doc" folder. Please send all feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latin texts from 1513: XML edition and XQueries
A TEI XML edition of a small corpus of Latin texts written in Dalmatian city of Zadar (today in Croatia, then under Venice rule) by two humanist teachers. The edition is accompanied by XQueries designed to discover interesting features of the corpus. Queries can be reproduced with an XML database (BaseX, eXist).
GeoModelText is a tool that will assist an operator in adding detailed geographical information to XML-TEI files, and export the model created in XML.
Teian is an web-based annotator and limited editor for any XML vocabulary. Teian was originally developed for the U.S. Department of State, Office of the Historian, and released as open source for the benefit of community. Its development was further funded by the University of Richmond, USA.
Free translating dictionaries. Source format: TEI-P5 XML. Delivery formats: DICT, Stardict, etc. The dictionaries may include information on the pronunciation, etymology and such, in a platform-independent format. Access: web/plugins/standalone.
Enrich and query corpora in the TEI-XML vocabulary. CorpusReader manage very large corpora and corpora containing milestone annotation. It provides tools for enriching corpora with output of linguistic parsers, and for extracting quantitative information
Convert wiki pages to TEI.
A fuzzy text-comparison engine allowing the tracking of xml paragraphs (or similar granularity) between two editions. A frontend then allows the making of new links, confirmation of guessed ones, and annotation of links and paragraphs.
Production space for the TEI Linguistics SIG
This is the experimentation and production space for the Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) called "TEI for Linguists", LingSIG for short. Please see the wiki (accessible from the tab above this description) for more info and links.