The Digital Humanities team has licenced <oXygen/> XML Author for use by research staff in the Arts and Humanities. This software is a powerful XML authoring enviornment suited to projects that encode information in XML and related formats. Specifically, this software is currently being used at Warwick with XSLTs, transformations applied to existing XML encoded documents for displaying in multiple formats.
If you believe your project could benefit from the use of the <oXygen/> XML Author software, please contact Steve dot Ranford at warwick dot ac dot uk.
The software has been licensed to Warwick as two floating licenses. This means that the software can be used concurrently by two computers. The level of licensing is will be periodically reviewed, so if you have other requirements, please do let us know. Priority is given to projects related to the Arts and Humanities. If you are interested in <oXygen/> from another department, please do get in touch.
If you would like to use the Digital Humanities license for this software, please contact Steve dot Ranford at warwick dot ac dot uk
Local project support is offered by the Digital Humanities team. Please contact Steve dot Ranford at warwick dot ac dot uk if you are looking for support in using <oXygen/> XML Author for a research project at Warwick.
There are also comprehensive support documents, a users forum and videos from the support pages on http://oxygenxml.com