Software Open Access
This repository contains the original Perl scripts and datasets, that were
used in the paper:
- Jean-Baptiste Camps & Florian Cafiero, ``Genealogical variant locations and simplified stemma: a test case'', in Analysis of Ancient and Medieval Texts and Manuscripts: Digital Approaches, ed. Tara Andrews & Caroline Macé, Turnhout, 2015 (Lectio, 1), p. 69‑93.
The scripts and data are offered in the state in which they were used for the original
version of the paper. We do not advise use of these scripts, but encourage
using the actualised version of the software, provided in the form of a package
for the statistical software _R_, available on Github, http://github.com/Jean-Baptiste-Camps/stemmatology.
In this repository, you will find:
The scripts implement a revised version of the algorithm that was invented by:
and then revised and extend by Camps & Cafiero 2015.
The script `EliminationdePoole` is for identifying conflicting Variant locations,
while `AgregationdePoole` is to be used to group manuscripts, and `Reconstruction`
to reconstruct the virtual model of a given group of manuscripts.
The two datasets that were used for the paper, Parzival and Fournival, come from,
The other datasets are partial and in an unfinished state, they have their source in:
The fulls sources for most of these datasets can be obtained through the
site of the 2007 CASC: