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====== PLATO170720 corpus : how we put 29 Perseus texts from Plato into TXM corpus analysis software ====== ====== PLATO170720 corpus : how we put 29 Perseus texts from Plato into TXM corpus analysis software ======
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===== Project presentation ===== ===== Project presentation =====
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All these XML-TEI files of Plato's texts are then grouped into one directory named plato170720 (that is, the name we have choosen to give to the TXM corpus). All these XML-TEI files of Plato's texts are then grouped into one directory named plato170720 (that is, the name we have choosen to give to the TXM corpus).
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 +Ready for use data :
 +  * An archive with all the [[https://sharedocs.huma-num.fr/wl/?id=3ExkP0bcvYQmqqNegPVeciFY05ObrP6i|data (texts, metadada and stylesheets) ready for TXM import]] (command: file > **import** > XML-XTZ + CSV) as it was done in July 2017.
 +  * A [[https://sharedocs.huma-num.fr/wl/?id=ZEaqCxsOI0AJqGjKBteQkj6FQpXWWOQw|binary corpus (.txm file) which can be directly loaded into TXM]] (command: file > **load**). This is a way to skip the technical stages of the import process and to focus on textometric analysis.
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===== Principles and choices ===== ===== Principles and choices =====
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  * a copy of every XML file for greek texts of Plato downloaded from Perseus DL.   * a copy of every XML file for greek texts of Plato downloaded from Perseus DL.
  * //(optional)// a file named "import.xml" //(This file is automatically created or updated during the import processing, it records all the parameters values used for the import, see below.)//   * //(optional)// a file named "import.xml" //(This file is automatically created or updated during the import processing, it records all the parameters values used for the import, see below.)//
-  * //(optional)// a file named [[public:perseus_201707_plato#metadatacsv|metadata.csv]], which brings additional information to describe texts (i.e. normalized titles, normalized edition date, etc.)+  * //(optional)// a file named [[public:perseus_201707_plato#content_of_the_metadatacsv_file_used_for_this_import|metadata.csv]], which brings additional information to describe texts (i.e. normalized titles, normalized edition date, etc.)
  * a directory named "css", which includes :   * a directory named "css", which includes :
    * [[public:perseus_201707_plato#perseuscss|perseus.css]]     * [[public:perseus_201707_plato#perseuscss|perseus.css]]
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==== Note about the 1-split-merge directory ==== ==== Note about the 1-split-merge directory ====
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About the 1-split-merge directory : About the 1-split-merge directory :
  * A bug in the TXM 0.7.8 version that we had in July 2017 prevented us from keeping dots in filenames, the rename-no-dots.xsl stylesheet is a solution to this bug : dots are replaced by underscores at the first stage of the import.   * A bug in the TXM 0.7.8 version that we had in July 2017 prevented us from keeping dots in filenames, the rename-no-dots.xsl stylesheet is a solution to this bug : dots are replaced by underscores at the first stage of the import.
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The import parameters are read from, and saved in, the import.xml file included in the copus directory (here "plato" directory). So if you have already imported the corpus, you recover your previous settings for this corpus. You can update or modify it before the new import. This file is edited through the graphical user interface (XML-XTZ + CSV import form). The import parameters are read from, and saved in, the import.xml file included in the copus directory (here "plato" directory). So if you have already imported the corpus, you recover your previous settings for this corpus. You can update or modify it before the new import. This file is edited through the graphical user interface (XML-XTZ + CSV import form).
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===== Content of the metadata.csv file used for this import ===== ===== Content of the metadata.csv file used for this import =====
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