2019 Session: 20 - 24 May
|9:30 - 12:30pm|
- DHSI XPath course materials: Work with Monday morning A. and B. on XPath in eXist-db, XPath expressions: sequences of atomic values (text strings, numbers) and XML nodes. (approx 1 hour, to 10:30am)
- Work with Monday morning C. and D.: XPath absolute and relative paths (approximately 45 minutes, to 11:15am); take a short break
- Work with Monday morning E.: XPath axes and path steps (approx. 25 minutes, to 11:45am)
- Go to Tuesday morning, A (eXist-db):
- skim namespaces in XPath
- declare namespace tei="http://www.tei-c.org/ns/1.0";
- Tuesday morning, F: Regex in XPath: contains() and matches()
|return by ~1:45pm|
|1:45 - 5:30pm
XPath in XSLT Go to Wednesday on DHSI XPath course materials
- XSLT setup in oXygen
- XSLT Identity Transformation
- XSLT to HTML
- Carpooling arrangements to Pittsburgh tomorrow
|8:30 - 9:30am||Travel to Pittsburgh: Hillman Library|
|9:30am||Continental breakfast at Hillman (Ground Floor)|
10 - 12:30pm
Jeffrey Witt: Introduction to the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF): an introductory overview of IIIF and how it works as a specification for image sharing. Start here: What you need on your computer to begin
|return to Hillman Library by ~1:30pm|
1:30 - 4pm
IIIF Workshop, continued: Hands-on applications:
- working with IIIF servers locally
- preparing manifests to script how images can be shared
- perspective on server "ecosystems" for sharing images, annotations, and XML/TEI data.
|4 - 5pm|
Group photo at 4pm in DSC; Archives and Special Collections Exhibit; Reception (light hors d'oeuvres) in Hillman ground floor;
Dinner in Pittsburgh; arrange carpools back to Greensburg
- Last day: Housekeeping and travel arrangements
- Taking stock: Research questions, project ideas, applications.
- Some options we like for publishing TEI XML editions:
10 - 11am
Becca Parker: GitHub recap and review
11:15am - 12:30pm
Class choice: More TEI? XSLT? Try Schematron or XQuery?
- TEI letters: Try your hand at one of the following undated letters from Mary Russell Mitford to the Webb sisters. Practice XPath-ing over your files as you code!
- Start by downloading and opening our Mitford Letters TEI Template file, with our ODD schema associated. Code your letter working on fleshing out the template.
- XSLT / Schematron/ XQuery: Work with DHSI course materials
|return by ~1:30pm|
1:30 - 3pm
|Schematron, XQuery, or project-specific work
3 - 4:30pm
Hands-on Practice with anything we have introduced in this workshop
Thanks to SyncroSoft for generously contributing complimentary extended trial licenses for their <oXygen/> XML editor for the use of our Coding School participants.
eXist-db is an open source native XML database and application platform. TEI Publisher is an open source product of eXist Solutions.