a catalog of Digital Scholarly Editions

v.4.026 2020ff, edited by Patrick Sahle et al., last change 2020-11-12

The catalog has some but not much analytical potential. We use rather few formal categories to describe editions. If there is demand for analyses and visualisations, get in contact. First examples ...

Publication Years

1988 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

... as of 2020, June 1st. To understand the chart: early years are probably overrepresented as we took up experimental stuff, early state editions and prototypes more easily as we would do today. Some editions occur twice as we count relaunches as new publication dates.

Editions by Epoch

: 28 editions antiquity 28 : 36 editions early ma 36 : 66 editions high ma 66 : 111 editions late ma 111 : 180 editions early modern 180 : 300 editions modern 300

... not surprising. As of 2020, June 1st.

Edition Content or "Edenda"

single work [26%] collected works [11.4%] collection of texts [11.9%] single manuscript [14.1%] papers [8.2%] serial documents [2.5%] letters [15.1%] diaries [5.1%] charters [3.7%] inscriptions [2%]

... somebody with some better colors? I'd like to have three sub-palettes: one for the work-oriented editions (single work, collected works, collections of texts), one for the material-oriented onces (single manuscript, papers), and one for the text types (letters, charters, inscriptions etc)