secure collaborative editor. Work together on documents with your teammates or classmates. Even when you share a document, we (the makers of Airborn OS) still can't read your documents. You can even set a password on your document for extra protection. like piratepad only encrypted.
a social network analysis of publishers, writers, manuscripts, and booksellers in the late-fifteenth through eighteenth century England. Created by a team of English scholars and librarians, along with a computer scientist, this project allows English and history scholars to explore metadata compiled from the English Short Title Catalogue (ESTC) - a catalogue of every book printed in England between 1473 and 1800.
Gransk is a free and open source tool that aims to be a Swiss army knife of document processing and analysis. Its primary objective is to quikly provide users with insight to their documents during investigations. It includes a processing engine written in Python and a web interface. Under the hood it uses Apache Tika for content extraction, Elasticsearch for data indexing, and dfVFS to unpack disk images.
OpenWayback is one key software that web archives worldwide use to 'play back' archived websites in the user's browser. IIPC members are working together to build a new open source version of Wayback to serve the ever-changing needs of the archiving community and of users.
Voyant Tools is a web-based text reading and analysis environment. It is a scholarly project that is designed to facilitate reading and interpretive practices for digital humanities students and scholars as well as for the general public.
based on the PLOS library. a large-scale system of open, interactive and interlinked knowledge maps spanning all fields of research. Around these maps, we will develop a space for collective knowledge organisation and exploration