Assignment 16th of Feb. 2012

Read the introduction to XSLT:

D. Tidwell (2001) XSLT. O’Reilly Media.
B. DuCharme (2001) XSLT Quickly. Manning Publications Co.

W3C Consortium XSLT page


Assignment 9th of Feb. 2012

The assignments is: Choose another novel from Project Gutenberg (a new one!), download and export to TEI XML. Calculate for an apparent collocation or idiom (or named entity) of 2 words the:
- log-likelihood ratio
- Mutual Information
- Chi2 test

Assignments 19th of Jan.

The task is:

1. Select a book from the archive, and download a version with markups and layout, for example a HTML format.

2. Import this format in OpenOffice (or whichever distribution of it you selected and installed) and export it using the TEI XML export function. (see previous post on the course blog)

- Try to use the document properties menu to add meta information to the document.

3. Edit the exported TEI XML file and fill up more of the meta information in the header of the XML file, e.g. author, publisher, language, edition, information about the source, that is etc.

Make sure that the basic document structure up to the

(paragraph) level is correct, that the section titles and sections are marked up correctly.

You might want to additionally have a look at the TEI Light intro here.