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Digital Darwin and Darwin Editions
Darwin Online is an extensive scholarly website devoted to the writings of Charles Darwin. This website includes at least one exemplar of all known Darwin publications, and contains over 219,804 pages of searchable text and 219,900 electronic images. The website also provides the largest collection of Darwin's private papers and manuscripts ever published, courtesy of Cambridge University Library. The website editor is John van Wyhe.
Online Variorum of Darwin's Origin of Species
This online edition identifies and presents every change between the six editions of Darwin's Origin of Species.
Editor's introduction to the online Variorum Edition of Origin of Species
In this essay, Barbara Bordalejo outlines her process in creating an online variorum edition that compares the published editions of On the Origin of Species, and presents some of the major changes across the editions.
On the Origin of Species: The Preservation of Favoured Traces
A visualization of all of the changes made to the text of Darwin's Origin of Species over the course of its publication in different editions. This is a part of a larger digital humanities project by Ben Fry examining changes to the text over time.
(En)tangled Word Bank
Textual visualization of the different editions of the Origin of Species. The visualization is by Stefanie Posavec and Greg McInerny. Read more about it on this Microsoft Research site
Random Acts: A Flowering Theory
A visualization by Stefanie Posavec and Abbie Stephens of the sentence structure of the "entangled bank" passage at the conclusion of On the Origin of Species.
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