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2016José Haro Peralta and Peter Verkinderen. “Jedli: A Textual Analysis Toolbox for Digitized Arabic Texts”. Early Islamic Empire Working Paper Series, 02. Hamburg: ERC Project "The Early Islamic EMpire at Work", 2016, Jedli: A Textual Analysis Toolbox [ more ]