heureCLÉA and Medieval Manuscripts

By Janina Jacke on April 27, 2013 in CATMA, Conferences

CATMA and heureCLÉA were introduced at the workshop “Easy Tools for Difficult Texts” this month in the Hague. The workshop was part of the COST action “Medieval Europe – Medieval Cultures and Technological Resources“ and focused on the possibilities the eHumanities offer for medieval studies. Since CATMA allows free creation of analytic categories, it may support users in the field of medieval studies with regard to their specific interests. To even better meet the requirements of medieval studies, CATMA may be connected to one of the other tools that were presented at the workshop so that it can process image files of the manuscripts in addition to the edited text.

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