The CoverPages | Online ressource for markup language technologies

ABOUT

The Cover Pages is a comprehensive, online reference collection supporting the XML family of markup language standards, XML vocabularies, and related structured information standards. Edited by Robin Cover since 1986, this public access knowledgebase promotes and enables the use of open, interoperable, standards-based solutions which protect digital information and enhance the quality of data processing.

The Cover Pages web site provides reference material on enabling technologies compatible with SGML/XML descriptive markup language standards and applications: object modeling, semantic nets, ontologies, authority lists, document production systems, and conceptual modeling. It also supplies references for social aspects of distributed and public sector concerns: privacy, open standards, patented technology embedded in standards, etc. NB. This statement and the resource itself are works in progress, subject to continuous revision.

OASIS OpenDocument Essentials—Using OASIS OpenDocument XML | Open Document

This book shows you how to take advantage of the OpenDocument format. In addition to explaining the basics, it includes examples showing how to extract information from, transform, and programmatically create OpenDocument files. This book is a work in progress written by J. David Eisenberg for O’Reilly & Associates and submitted to an open review process. The content is licensed under the Free Software Foundation’s GNU Free Documentation License.

Formation TEI (École nationale des chartes, juin 2009)

Cette page Web permet d’accéder à l’ensemble des documents (listes des participants, supports d’intervention, fichiers exemples, ressources diverses) utilisés pendant la formation sur TEI organisée par l’École nationale des chartes (ENC) à Paris les 4, 5, 10, 11 et 12 juin 2009.

Dernière mise à jour de cette page : 6 novembre 2009.

Nota : pour l’instant, tous les documents ne sont pas réunis. Ce sera le cas très bientôt.

TEI to MODS Mapping Issues and Challenges – LETRS/ETDC/E-Text Planning – Confluence

What: A conceptual mapping (and eventually xslt for transformation) between the TEI Header (specifically the headers for the Indiana Magazine of History project) and the Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS)

Why: We considered using MODS to capture article-level metadata for the project. We eventually decided to keep all of the bibliographic information within the TEI itself, with the understanding that we might eventually want to switch to MODS (as the Independent Header becomes obsolete). This mapping will make that transition easier.

TEI @ ISO project

This web site documents the development of components for managing ISO standards using TEI markup, which will support the authoring of standards documents in a variety of writing environments.

The core component of this toolkit is an archival XML schema built using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) framework, accompanied by a suite of XSLT transformations to enable ISO documents to be converted to and from other systems.

The project is managed and resourced by the University of Oxford, with assistance from the Text Encoding Initiative, Brigham Young University and the Max Planck Digital Library, Berlin.

XSL stylesheets for TEI XML

This is a set of XSLT specifications to transform TEI XML documents to XHTML, to LaTeX, to XSL Formatting Objects and to OOXML (docx) format. The files can be downloaded from the Releases area of http://tei.sf.net. They concentrates on the simpler TEI modules, but adding support for other modules is fairly easy. In the main, the setup has been used on ‘new’ documents, ie reports and web pages that have been authored from scratch, rather than traditional TEI-encoded existing material.

Article Authoring for Word 2007 – Microsoft Research

This add-in for Word 2007 enables authors and editors to save Word files in the National Library of Medicine's NLM DTD (article or book) format, which is used for publishing and archiving. In addition, the add-in enables more metadata to be captured and stored at the authoring stage and enables semantic information to be preserved through the publishing process, which is essential for enabling search and semantic analysis once the articles are archived within information repositories.

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