Along with my own recent institutional move to the University of Bern, I have taken the opportunity to organize a new home (and a new domain) for Stemmaweb. Now that the migration is finished I am very happy to announce two new major features:
- Editing and correction of collation data, as developed in collaboration with Huygens ING and previewed at DH2013.
- Integration with the Stemweb service for algorithmic generation of stemma hypotheses, in cooperation with researchers at Huygens ING and the HIIT Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, and sponsored through a grant from the European Association for Digital Humanities.
These features are not yet as well documented as I would like, but up and running and ready to use. As ever, use of the Stemmaweb tools is free for any scholar anywhere, and if you have any questions or difficulties, don’t hesitate to contact me.
I hope that you are well. I would deeply appreciate your advice on finding a program to produce a basic stemma for use in my dissertation (something much less elaborate than that offered by Stemmaweb). I am doing a chapter on a manuscript of which there are a number of contested iterations, and would like to have a graphic showing the relationships between texts and contexts of production. I am not having much success with online searches for such a program. If you have any advice I would be most grateful. Thank you.