This online text analysis tool is particularly useful for specifying the exact frequency and prominence of the critical words employed in a text. It also provides frequency rates for the combined word phrases by dissecting them into meaningful parts.
This the primary text anaylsis portal on which I laid my tentative study of the text. It is useful in presenting the list of occurences of the primary words. It also presents the option of searching within a defined set of data. Furthermore, it proves to be a reliable tool especially in collecting information on the distributional patterns of those significant words.
This Turkish article by Ilyas Yazar presents its author's ideas on the use of digital technology for Ottoman literary studies. The author's close affinity to the studies and applications of electronic text production makes his article particularly interesting.
The article deals primarily with the term "metadata." Starting with the basics, it gradually introduces the central issues around it. To my mind, it is one of those succinct sources that gives concise, useful information on metadata. For those who are newly initiated onto the path of digital technology, the article does prove to be useful.
This link takes you to the most practical HTML tutorial on the web. The information is introduced step by step. Every bit of information is supplied with abundant examples.
The Text in the Machine is a good reference for the students of electronic text production. It introduces the various aspects of creating an electronic text, including the issues of markup systems and delivery mechanisms.
The book is particularly useful for those interested in the issue of interdisciplinarity in the humanities. The idea of cooperative collaboration in the humanities is extensively discussed within the notion of digital technology.
Hockey's study is an interesting one primarily because of its intriguing ideas. The chapters 1 ("Why Electronic Texts?") and 5 ("Literary Analysis") were particulary heplful in my case because they shaped my view of an electronic text in close connection with the idea of literary analysis.
Although the book presents some technical issues surrounding the production of electronic texts, since it stresses the ultimate significance of electronic text production in the "age of electronic texts," it becomes encouraging in the case of an aspirant who hopes to create his own text.
This study is a brief guide for creating and processing electronic texts. Specifically, the chapters on XML and Metadata (Chapters 5 and 6, respectively) are providing basic, valuable information. Before stepping into the dynamics of experimentation with the electronic texts, the book, I think, should be reviewed carefully to gain a theoretical understanding.