Code Repositories

For a full list of code repositories that I maintain see:

Applications, Libraries, and Code Contributions

Maintained Sites and Web Services

  • http://scta.info
    • http://scta.info is both a community hub and web service. It serves data about the scholastic tradition to sites all around the world according to various APIs (like IIIF, DTS, and OAI-PMH). Internal and external applications use these APIs to display data from the SCTA archive in their own applications.
  • http://mirador.scta.info
    • A IIIF compliant site that brings together SCTA data with images of manuscripts containing scholastic texts from throughout the world.
  • http://exist.scta.info
    • A full text indexer and web search service. This site currently indexes more that 15 million Latin words from contributors throughout the world. This search service is publicly available for re-use in other applications.
  • http://metallo.scta.info
    • A service site (without a front facing page) for delivering text resources related through Topic Modelling analysis
  • http://inbox.scta.info
    • A Linked Data Notification compliant inbox for linking global information to SCTA resources.
  • http://dll-review-registry.scta.info
    • In cooperation with the Digital Latin Library and the Medieval Academy of America, this pilot site is a public registry of peer reviewed digitally encoded editions. It also functions as a web service, allowing other applications to request review information and display that information to their users. Please see my forthcoming co-authored article "Decoupling Quality Control and Publication: The Digital Latin Library and the Traveling Imprimatur," Digital Humanities Quarterly, as well as http://lombardpress.org/2016/05/19/the-traveling-imprimatur.
  • http://scta.lombardpress.org
    • The SCTA reading room is an implementation of the LombardPress-Web Application. It uses the LombardPress-Web application to allow users to freely read, annotate, and study the scholastic corpus.
  • http://sctalab.lombardpress.org
    • The SCTA reading room is an implementation of the LombardPress-Webjs Application. It uses the LombardPress-Webjs application to allow users to freely read, annotate, and study the scholastic corpus.
  • http://lombardpress.org/expresionator
    • An application for creating "Expression Description Files" (EDFs). EDFs are the base format used by the SCTA to build records about scholastic texts.
  • http://print.lombardpress.org
    • A service site (without a public facing page). This site is an implementation of the Lbp-Print-Web-App co-created with Michael Stenskjær Christensen of the University of Copenhagen. This site is a web service that allows other applications to request PDFs of transcriptions known to the SCTA and to make those PDFs available downstream to end users.