stemmatology : an R Stemmatology Package
Package: stemmatology Type: Package Title: Stemmatological Analysis of Textual Traditions Version: 0.3.2 Date: 2019-03-28 Author: Jean-Baptiste Camps ; Florian Cafiero Maintainer: Jean-Baptiste Camps <firstname.lastname@example.org> Description: Explore and analyse the genealogy of textual or musical traditions, from their variants, with various stemmatological methods, mainly the disagreement-based algorithms suggested by Camps and Cafiero (2015) <doi:10.1484/M.LECTIO-EB.5.102565>. BugReports: https://github.com/Jean-Baptiste-Camps/stemmatology/issues Imports: graphics, stats, cluster, igraph, xml2 Suggests: testthat, knitr, rmarkdown, covr License: GPL-3 | file LICENSE Encoding: UTF-8 NeedsCompilation: no URL: https://github.com/Jean-Baptiste-Camps/stemmatology VignetteBuilder: knitr RoxygenNote: 6.0.1
This repository contains the source file of the development version for the project of a stemmatology package for R. This package already contains functions for the PCC method as described in Camps & Cafiero 2015 (see below, section On the Method), and will implement as well other stemmatological methods (see roadmap at https://graal.hypotheses.org/925).
You can install stemmatology from CRAN, with:
or, alternatively, if you want the last version, you can install from Github with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("Jean-Baptiste-Camps/stemmatology")
Conversion utils, including a TEI_app to csv conversion stylesheet, are available on another repository: https://github.com/Jean-Baptiste-Camps/stemmatology-utils.
Documentation and papers
For the documentation of the main functions, once you have loaded
stemmatology, have a look at the R documentation,
On the Software
- Camps, Jean-Baptiste, and Florian Cafiero. ‘Stemmatology: An R Package for the Computer-Assisted Analysis of Textual Traditions’. Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Corpus-Based Research in the Humanities (CRH-2), edited by Andrew U. Frank et al., 2018, pp. 65–74.
The paper and the poster can be found in the
On the Method
- Camps, Jean-Baptiste, and Florian Cafiero. ‘Genealogical Variant Locations and Simplified Stemma: A Test Case’. Analysis of Ancient and Medieval Texts and Manuscripts: Digital Approaches, edited by Tara Andrews and Caroline Macé, Brepols, 2015, pp. 69–93, https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01435633, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1484/M.LECTIO-EB.5.102565.