The following diagrams are based on the reviews of all issues on Scholarly Editions published to date. The sample, of course, is still too small to allow for significant insights. The data from which these diagrams were generated has been extracted from the factsheets that accompany each review at RIDE. For a complete list of all data gathered for each review, see the questionnaire. The results of the questionnaire are contained in the TEI header of each review. You can download individual TEI files, the TEI files of whole RIDE issues, or a summary of all the questionnaire results on GitHub.
Which resolving mechanisms are employed in the projects that were reviewed so far:
Which licenses are used to determine the copyright of the material published by the projects:
Which subjects are covered by the project?
Do projects adhere to a standard data model like TEI?
Does the project document which data model (e.g. TEI) has been used and for what reason?
Is the data encoded in XML?
Is the basic data (e.g. the XML) of the project accessible for each part of the edition (e.g. for a page)?
Can the raw data of the edition be downloaded (as a whole)?
Which interfaces do the projects support to allow reuse of their data?
By which categories can the material of the projects be browsed?
Are the aims and purposes of the project explicitly documented?
Are the methods employed in the project explicitly documented?
Does the project provide information about institutional support for the curation and sustainability of the project?
Does the documentation include information about the long term sustainability of the basic data (archiving of the data)?