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|The project URL.
|Historical period to which the source document/text belongs.
| Early Modern
|Sahle - An edition must have critical components - a pure facsimile is not an edition, a digital library is not an edition.
|Sahle - A digital edition cannot be converted to a printed edition without substantial loss of content or functionality - vice versa: a retrodigitized printed edition is not a Scholarly Digital Edition (but it may evolve into a Scholarly Digital Edition through new content or functionalities).
|Sahle - An edition must represent its material (usually as transcribed/edited text) - a catalog, an index, a descriptive database is not an edition.
|The nature or materiality of the source text (manuscript, letter, notebook, etc.).
|The language(s) of the source text (three-letter ISO codes used).
|Year the project started.
|Year the project ended.
|Name of project manager(s).
| Anna Skolimowska
|Name(s) of institution(s) involved in the project.
University of Warsaw
|Repository of Source Material(s)
|The institution(s) that house the source text(s).
Archiwum Archidiecezji Warmińskiej
Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie
Geheimes Staatsarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz
|The project's target audience.
|Complete information on the source of the text, the author, date and accuracy of the digital edition, as well as Digital Humanities standards implemented.
|Account of textual variance
|The digital edition is a reproduction of a given print scholarly edition and reproduces the selected textual variants extant in the apparatus criticus of that edition, or: the edition does not follow a digital paradigm, in that the variants are not automatically computable the way they are encoded.
|Value of witnesses
The source text is encoded in XML-TEI. Possible values:
|XML-TEI is used
|XML(-TEI) transcription to download
The XML(-TEI) encoded text is available for download.
|The digital edition comes with images.
|The user can zoom in or out of images within the edition.
|The user can manipulate these images in some way within the edition (brightness, rotation, etc.).
|no information provided
|The transcription and the image are linked so that clicking on a word in the image brings up the corresponding textual token and viceversa.
|no information provided
|The language in which the project website is written. Three-letter ISO codes should be used.
|The digital edition provides a glossary.
|The digital edition provides one or multiple indices.
|String matching search
|The digital edition provides a string matching search functonality.
|The digital edition provides an advanced search functionality.
|Creative Commons License
|The project is protected by a Creative Commons License.
|Open Source/Open Access
|Proprietary, all material is copyrighted. The ‘source’ is closed and not reusable by other research projects. To access the material, users must pay a subscription.
|OCR or keyed
|The source text was digitised with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software or manually keyed in.
|The project provides a print-friendly view of the text (e.g. PDF).
|How much the project cost, roughly.
|The technologies used to build the digital edition.
|Dantiscus (custom; PHP/MySQL/HTML/CSS/XML/XQuery)
|The project comes with an API (Application Programming Interface).
|The project has been reviewed in the RIDE Journal.
|Indicates whether a digital edition is also present in Patrick Sahle's Catalog of Digital Scholarly Editions. The values 0 [no] or 1 [yes] are used.