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|Title:||Online presentation of media and text. Foundations for verification of analyses.|
|Abstract:||Schroeter and Thieberger (2006) reported on the development of EOPAS, a method for presenting interlinear text together with the media it transcribes, using timecodes to access points in the media correlated to corresponding chunks of text. The EOPAS model was completely rewritten in 2010 and is now an open-source tool with a working model based at the University of Melbourne. In this paper we describe the new model, illustrate its use and the workflow from transcription and interlinear annotation through to presentation. We then discuss the uses to which data in this format have been put and to which they could be put in future.|
|Appears in Collections:||Sustainable data from digital research: Humanities perspectives on digital scholarship|
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