Author Archives: Bridget Almas

The road to Perseus 5 – why we need infrastructure for the digital humanities

ShareTweet Bridget Almas Tufts University For the last few years we have been laboring to bring the Perseus Digital Library into the next generation of digital environments, freeing the data it offers for others to easily use, reuse, and improve … Continue reading

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Announcing the Arethusa Annotation Framework

ShareTweet Developers Gernot Höflechner, Robert Lichtensteiner and Christof Sirk, in collaboration with the Perseus Digital Library at Tufts (via the Libraries and the Transformation of the Humanities and Perseids projects) and the University of Leipzig’s Open Philology Project, have released … Continue reading

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Annotation Service Beta

ShareTweet Announcing the beta availability of the Tufts Syntactic Annotation service. This service provides RESTful and Service Layer APIs for requesting (a) syntactic annotations from supported annotation repositories and (b) templates for creation of syntactic annotations of passages and texts. … Continue reading

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Morphology Service Beta

ShareTweet Announcing the beta availability of service-based access to the morphological engines used by Perseus for Latin and Greek (Morpheus) and Arabic (Buckwalter). This service leverages a standard Morphology Service API and is made available on an instance of the … Continue reading

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Help the SDL!

ShareTweet Advance our understanding of the Greco-Roman World! Contribute to the Scaife Digital Library — improve existing materials and to create new ones! If you want to understand the present and invent the future then FREE THE PAST! Everyone can … Continue reading

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