This article demonstrates how the search engine developed for this online edition not only serves the research purposes of users of this digital resource, but is also a valuable tool for refining and improving the edition while also aiding the author’s research on the construction of this text. An example of its utility for the edition project is provided which calls into question previous theories regarding the influence John of Wales may have had on this collection of Latin quotations.
Nighman, Chris L., "The Janus Intertextuality Search Engine: A Research Tool of (and for) the Electronic Manipulus florum Project" (2012). History Faculty Publications. 11.