New version of Juxta released

If you’re interested in textual studies and collation, head on over to the Juxta website to read about the release of Version 1.4. We’ve adapted the application’s import options to accommodate all forms of XML, with TEI-encoded files as the default. With these features released, the development team will now turn to the task of […]

Collecting NINES results in Zotero

The most recent update to Collex includes a new feature that serves up Zotero-friendly metadata for all of NINES objects in search results, tag lists and Publication groups. This is the first in a series of development tasks in which we hope to better integrate NINES with the superb Firefox plug-in created by the Center […]

Juxta receives Google Digital Humanities Award

Good news!  Google has offered its support to help us develop Juxta into a web application: We are thrilled to have received this competitive award, and look forward to working to optimize Juxta for the web. Here is an abstract of our application for the Google Award: With the support of a Google Digital […]

Introducing DAVILA

[Jean Bauer is an advanced graduate student in UVA’s Corcoran Department of History and a NINES Graduate Fellow for 2009-2010] I have just released my first open source project. HUZZAH! DAVILA is a database schema visualization/annotation tool that creates “humanist readable” technical diagrams. It is written in Processing with the toxiclibs physics library and released […]

COST Action 32: Open Scholarly Communities on the Web

Launched in April of 2006, the COST (Co-operation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research) Action 32 is an initiative dedicated to creating a research infrastructure for humanities scholarship on the Web. Meant to foster international cooperation between projects and communities already pursuing digital humanities scholarship, this group facilitates collaborations among scholars and allows for healthy […]

All in one place

We’ve added the Juxta, Ivanhoe and Collex feeds to the NINES blog so that you can get all your updates in one place. The links for each of these posts will take you the the project’s individual blog, where you can find out more about downloading and using the software.