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Felix K. Maier and Anna Novokhatko, Introduction: Digital Methods of Analysing and Reconstructing Ancient Greek and Latin Texts.
R. Ast, “Can the Digital Humanities Make Us Better Humanists? A Case Study in Papyrology.”
Lou Burnard, “What is TEI conformance, and why should you care?”
Nicola Reggiani, “The digital edition of ancient sources as a further step in the textual transmission.”
A. Keersmaekers and M. Depauw, “Bringing Together Linguistics and Social History in Automated Text Analysis of Greek Papyri.”
Yves Ouvrard and Philippe Verkerk, “Collatinus & Eulexis: Latin & Greek Dictionaries in the Digital Ages.”
Margherita Fantoli, “Statistics and linguistics: Can we tell something more about Pliny the Elder?”
Dominique Longrée, “Lexicology and Statistical Analysis With Hyperbase-Latin Web Edition: The Specific Collocations Method Applied to Some Latin Semantic Fields.”
Francesco Mambrini, “The Syntax of the Heroes? A Treebank-Based Approach to the Language of the Sophoclean Characters.”
Marja Vierros and Polina Yordanova, “Querying Syntactic Constructions in Ancient Greek Parsed Corpora: A Case Study on the Genitive Absolute in Literature and Documentary Papyri.”
Melody Wauke, Charles Schufreider, and Neel Smith, “Recovering the history of Iliadic scholia: Architecture and initial results from the Homer Multitext project.”
Bénédicte Pincemin and Stéphane Marchand, “An Experiment on Plato’s Gorgias as an Introduction to Textometry.”
Charlotte Schubert, “Data-Driven Scholarship in Digital Classics: Purpose and Benefit of Text Mining.”
Gregory Crane, “Individual Developments and Systemic Change in Philology.”