Last update of this guideline: 04/09/2020
This guide will show you how to add mark-up to documents which are already transcribed in Transkribus. This gives you the opportunity to define persons, places and abbreviations. You can add customized tagging categories and search for individual tags in your documents. Additionally the tags can be exported in different formats. More information about the export of tags can be found in the How to Export Documents from Transkribus guide.
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Table of Contents
The tagging interface in Transkribus enables you to
Figure 1 The “Textual” tab
Figure 2 Show all predefined tags
Figure 3 Predefined tags in Transkribus
Figure 4 Create your own tags
Figure 5 Highlight the word to be tagged
Figure 6 Choosing the right tag
Figure 7 Tag a word or phrase with right mouse click
Figure 8 Add shortcuts for frequently used tags
Figure 9 How to add a fixed abbreviation
Figure 10 Overview of tags
Figure 11 Examples of typical abbreviations in Latin text of the Middle Ages
(cf. Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scribal_abbreviation)
Figure 12 “Virtual” keyboards button
Figure 13 “Virtual keyboards” window
Figure 14 Strike through button
Figure 15 Select “Do blackening” to hide image regions and text in exported files
Figure 16 Binoculars button for tag search
Figure 17 “Search for..” window for tag search
Figure 18 Speeding up your work by adding properties to more words or phrases at the same time
Figure 19 Create your Editorial Declaration button
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