Being around for five years, Substance has been used in a variety of projects. Here is a short selection of software built with Substance.
LensTogether with eLife, Substance is developing Lens, an open source toolkit around scientific content. In June 2013 eLife launched the original Lens Reader, which provides a novel way of looking at content on the web. A search interface followed in 2015 complementing the Lens ecosystem.
ArchivistSubstance Archivist is a new platform used by researchers at International Society Memorial. They are creating an archive of interview transcriptions related to the topic of Ost-Arbeiters and WWII POWs. Using Archivist they associate words and passages with an ontology of subject terms, locations, persons and definitions. Later they are able to examine that data and find relevant text passages easily.
ComposerSubstance Composer is a destkop application that let's you create and share professional web-first publications. You can download the software for Mac OSX, Windows and Ubuntu Linux. Please note, that Composer uses an earlier version of Substance and hasn't seen updates in the last year.
Here is a miscellaneous collection of publications, related to Substance and digital publishing in general.
Substance is being developed as an open source project since 2010. In 2014 Substance Software GmbH was founded to provide consulting and support.
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