The activities of the ETCBC include encoding new texts (data creation) and utilising alreadyencoded texts for linguistic research. The ETCBC is branching out to other Hebrew and Semitic para-biblical texts like the Dead Sea Scrolls, Targums, and Peshitta. Through the SHEBANQ project, tools like TextFabric enable researchers to apply computational linguistics to the database with the Python and R programming languages.
The ETCBC database has been included in the following packages and websites:
- Logos and Accordance:
- as a database for research purposes at the Data Archiving and Network Services of the
Royal Academy of Sciences:
The ETCBC offers an MA specialization in Biblical Studies and Digital Humanities. For more information download the folder: Biblical Studies and Digital Humanities