hocuspocus is a system for managing a corpus of citable texts following the OHCO2 model, and stored in local files. The files can be structured in XML, Markdown, two-column delimited text (URN-text content), or the OHCO2 eXchange Format (82XF).
hocuspocus, you can convert texts to OHCO2-equivalent tabular representations in delimited-text formats (2-column delimited, 82XF, or the
cs2 library's internal 7-column format), and to OHCO2-equivalent representations as directed graphs expressed in RDF. Delimited-text formats are suitable for a wide range of analytical applications; RDF graphs can be directly imported into a SPARQL endpoint to provide a complete CTS service with the
See the hocuspocus web site for more information.