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  • This is the best application so far. Many thanks for nice work!

    8 users found this review helpful.
  • I always use text encoding

  • Nice project! You did a great job. Thank you!

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Very like this project

  • Easy to use and works.

  • I am not able to see the video of these tutorials. If I could it is really a good job

  • Perfect open source project! 10x!

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Usefull program, thanks for sharing.

  • Good project! Thanks!

  • Very interesting project!

  • Vous pouvez partager vos connaissances en l'améliorant (comment ?) selon les ... La Text Encoding Initiative est un format XML.

  • Never used it too. Thank's!

  • very good project, thanks!

  • Brilliant idea

  • I never use this software. Thanks for description.

  • I have not used TEI, but the idea is good!

  • The format for encoding digital texts, but not just that, a rich metadata storage format able to be transformed to almost any desired output. If you aren't using TEI you should have a good reason!

  • Many thanks for all the good work!

  • I love the fact that you are on SourceForge!

  • The XML format for Digital Humanities !

  • The grandfather of all humanities computing projects (or at least that's what it feels like) and still the XML format of choice for document-centric humanities research.

  • For anyone working in the Humanities who is seriously interested in creating a semantic represention of a source document (rather than merely a visual representation of it, such as in a word processor or using LaTeX), the depth and flexibility of TEI provides the means to do so. Based around XML, and allowing for self-documentation, this encoding standard (which is supported by the likes of Oxford University, and which is used in, e.g., the Perseus Project and the Newton Project) is likely to be around for a long time, making it an excellent choice not only for the markup features it provides, but also for long-term storage. Although there is a learning curve when approaching TEI for the first time, the inherent flexibility of the underlying XML allows for relatively easy transformation to other formats such as HTML, PDF or MS Word documents, whilst the converse is not true. Indeed it is a splendid project!

  • What a splendid project this is.