With your free account in Juxta Commons, you will have access to an interface designed to help you manage your files and visualize the results of your collation. The triple-paned library at the top of the screen can be maximized for a full-screen view of the sources, witnesses and comparison sets you've created, or minimized for a better view of your texts and visualizations.
Use the table of contents below to peruse the features available in Juxta Commons, and be sure to check out the user guide for more details.
Free and open source, Juxta Commons is an online workspace for comparing multiple witnesses to a single textual work, privately storing collations, and sharing visualizations. Visit the user guide to learn more about each of these ways of exploring and sharing your comparison sets.
We've selected some of our favorite comparison sets compiled by Juxta Commons users to spark your creativity.
Over the next few months, our development team will create screencasts to introduce users to the features of Juxta Commons. Check out our channel on Vimeo, or check in to this page to see new ones as they are released.