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 getting Juxta web-ready. Thanks to our Digital Humanities Award from Google we can devote more resources to getting this desktop application online and available to a larger public. Imagine a future in which you could collate the XML of documents found in NINES right in your browser window!