Hi, I would like to share a tool I found online that has helped me figure out many words that were unclear at first. It's called "Find a word", and the URL is here: https://www.dcode.fr/word-search This tool lets you enter the letters you DO know, and it will give you a list of all the possible combinations of words that fits the pattern. … Show more
Hello all. I am currently working on my PhD at King's College London and I'm doing research into the sustainability of digital communities that form around crowdsourcing projects just like By the People. The research is based on a sample survey of crowdsource projects in cultural heritage from a wide variety of institutions both large and small.… Show more
Hello, I'm pretty new to transcribing and I read the help section but still had a few questions (especially when reviewing) and wanted to know how everyone was handling it and maybe how the LOC officially wants it done with the Herencia project (and in general.) Line Breaks: I break the lines like the pages and don't continue the same… Show more
In early modern documents (as in the Herencia project), do I transcribe the interchangeable V/U as they were originally printed, or (since the purpose is machine-searchable documents) as they should be understood as distinct letters? E.g., do I type "FLAVIVS" or "FLAVIUS"?