This Melville Electronic Library tool for transcribing and collating manuscript and print texts in revision also generates for each work a base version, diplomatic transcription, and revision sequence & narration annotations. TextLab output is uploaded to Juxta Editions, via GitHub.
This content management system developed by the Melville Electronic Library enables editors to enter images, texts, and metadata related to Artworks, Persons, Places, Events, Texts, and (eventually) Maps.
Developed at HyperStudio (MIT’s Comparative Media Studies digital lab) as a stage of development leading to Melville ReMix, this tool enables readers to upload text, highlight passages, and compose annotations, individually and in groups, for scholarly and pedagogical projects.
A mapping / timeline / annotation tool, developed by Hofstra’s DRC. With the tool, the editor can upload historical maps, geo-rectify and layer them over a corresponding satellite map, draw route lines and polygons, show a sequence of events over time, and annotate points and lines.