Adobe Bridge is a media management application used for organizing, browsing, locating, and viewing creative assets. It was provided as a part of the Adobe Creative Suite, beginning with CS2, and is now in version CS5
Tightly integrated with other Adobe suite software (except for the standalone version of Adobe Acrobat 8)
Adobe Illustrator is a comprehensive vector graphics environment that is ideal for all creative professionals, including web and interactive designers and developers, multimedia producers, motion graphics and visual effects designers, animators, and video professionals. The latest version, Illustrator CS5, is the fifteenth generation in the product line.
InDesign is a desktop publishing (DTP) software application which can be used to create periodical publications, posters, flyers, brochures, magazines and books. The latest version, InDesign CS5.5 , is the twelfth generation in the product line.
Tightly integrated with other Adobe suite software
Dynamic cross-reference support that updates content when moved within a document
The ARTFL Encyclopédie Project has digitized the Encyclopédie ou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers, par une Société de Gens de lettres (published under the direction of Diderot and d'Alembert between 1751 and 1772, containing 74,000 articles written by more than 130 contributors) and made it available online for scholars to use with the Philologic text retrieval engine and the Philomine text mining tools.
The Classical Text Editor was designed to enable scholars working on a critical edition or on a text with commentary or translation to prepare a camera-ready copy or electronic publication without bothering much about making up and page proofs. Its features, formed in continuous discussion with editors using the program, meet the practical needs of the scholar concerning text constitution, entries to different apparatus and updating them when the text has been changed, as well as creating and redefining sigla.
Parts-of-Speech (POS) tagging software - the classification of words into one or more categories based upon its definition, relationship with other words, or other context. CLAWS (Constituent Likelihood Automatic Word-tagging System) uses several methods to identify parts of speech., most notably a system called Hidden Markov models (HMMs) which involve counting cases and making a table of the probabilities of certain sequences of words.
CollateX is a Java software for collating textual sources, for example, to produce a critical apparatus. As of January 2012 the project was at an early stage of development and lacked thorough documentation.
CollateX-based text collation client. CollateX, run on an server independent from the URL above, is a powerful, fully automatic, baseless text collation engine for multiple witnesses. A second collation technique, ncritic, provides a slightly different baseless text collation. Each engine complements each other nicely. The user can use different files, even URLs, then output the result in GraphML, TEI, JSON, HTML, or SVG. Fuzzy matching is an option.
After creating a free account, users can submit requests for mining and analyzing JSTOR content. By submitting a query, a user will receive a random sample of 1,000 of JSTOR's 4.6 million documents; more documents can be received by contacting JSTOR directly. Users can choose to receive the following results:
Citations Only (all requests come with citations by default)
LATtice lets you explore and compare texts across entire corpora but also allows you to “drill down” to the level of individual LATs to ask exactly what rhetorical categories make texts similar or different.
The MONK workbench provides 525 works of American literature from the 18th and 19th centuries, and 37 plays and 5 works of poetry by William Shakespeare, along with tools to enable literary research through the discovery, exploration, and visualization of patterns.
Users affiliated with CIC (Big Ten) schools can access a larger data set that includes about a thousand works of British literature from the 16th through the 19th century, provided by The Text Creation Partnership (EEBO and ECCO) and ProQuest (Chadwyck-Healey Nineteenth-Century Fiction).
"Protégé is a free, open source ontology editor and knowledge-base framework
The Protégé platform supports two main ways of modeling ontologies via the Protégé-Frames and Protégé-OWL editors. Protégé ontologies can be exported into a variety of formats including RDF(S), OWL, and XML Schema." -- Protege Home Page (viewed 30 October 2012)
SARIT, "Search and Retrieval of Indic Texts", is a Sanskrit word meaning a river, and is commonly used in literary metaphors about short stories (rivers) combining into larger chronicles (oceans), etc. The SARIT project is building a digital library of Sanskrit and other Indian language etexts. The inspiration for the project comes directly from the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae and the Perseus Project. SARIT provides Indologists with machine readable texts and digital instruments for philological research.