Developed by the Canada Research Chair on Digital Textualities (Marcello Vitali-Rosati, Université de Montréal), Stylo is a text editor designed to edit semantically enriched scientific content (journal articles, monographs, theses, blog posts). It allows HSS researchers to gain control of the semantic markup of their own scientific production in a streamlined writing environment. Stylo covers the entire publishing process: from writing to dissemination, including evaluation, review and editing, all the while facilitating the management of different versions.
Based on Pandoc, Stylo allows to markup titles, subtitles, bibliographic references, notes and indexes, as well as rhetorical (hypotheses, theses, examples, etc.) or conceptual (notions, named entities) elements that can be lined up on authorities such as Rameau (BnF), LCSH (Library of Congress) and Wikidata. Different export formats are supported: XML, HTML5, PDF, EPUB.