Dracula TEI [left click to download/right click to view (there This is a version of the electronic text “marked up” using TEI, the dominant data model for encoding texts. Learn more about TEI here; you’ll be encoding your own text using TEI later in the semester].
Dracula Documents Archive (Shared Excel) [link to OneDrive shared Excel file. This is the dataset we’re building for Dracula. When you made changes or additions to the file, please do this in your web browser. Sometimes when a file is open in the Excel app, it locks the document. The browser version allows multiple editors at one time].
Voyant [link to our unstructured Dracula data (i.e. the text of Dracula taken from the Project Gutenberg electronic text). You can explore the full text of Dracula with this link. Nothing you do in Voyant will alter the dataset/text].
Stoker’s notes, building the Dracular archive with increasingly structured data.
Our dataset for today (Short Dracula)–download Excel File:
Download this file. It is a template you’ll use to start encoding your section of the novella.
Each of you has ~200 lines from the novel to encode. Download your section below:
In addition to tags denoting the structure of the text, you’ll be using these tags to encode sound and color:
<seg ana="#color"> figurative language related to colors in the text</seg>
<seg ana="#sound">figuartive language related to sounds in the text</seg>
10-ish? HOD 2