Attention Stylo users: the semantic text editor Stylo has just been updated. To discover the new features in detail, please visit the information page: New features!.

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Welcome to Stylo resource information. Stylo is a text editor that simplifies writing and editing scientific articles in the Human and Social Sciences.

It is designed for authors and publishers engaged in quality scientific publishing.

Stylo’s work environment encompasses a complete editorial chain based on pandoc and is equipped with the following modules:

  • A metadata editor
  • A version manager
  • A bibliographic manager
  • Different export formats : HTML5, XML (TEI, ÉruditArticle), PDF…
  • An annotation tool
  • Sharing documents for collaborative editing

Stylo is developed by the Canada Research Chair in Digital Textualities and PiNinja company, with the support ofÉrudit and of Huma-Num, under GPL-3.0 licence.

Stylo is now connected to HumanID and accessible to all users with an account at Huma-Num. Read more about this.

Test Stylo First steps Demo-video

Creative Commons Licence
Stylo Documentation by CRC in digital textualities is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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