A workflow for the analysis of Soninke Ajami manuscripts using the open-source software Tropy
This post lays out the software and workflow solutions that I use for analysing Soninke Ajami manuscripts. Together, they may be helpful for other researchers working on digitized manuscripts, especially Ajami manuscripts.
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A flexible and sustainable way to analyze and publish about Ajami manuscripts
I previously shared two technical notes explaining how to:
- digitize and annotate Ajami segments in a West African manuscript using Tropy
- extract your digitized annotations from Tropy into a CSV file
By following these two steps, you can digitize and extract Ajami data into a tabular format that is useful for further analysis using tools of corpus linguistics (e.g., SketchEngine).
But what happens if you are interested in preparing a version of the text that can be read and appreciated by another person?
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