JATS-Con 2012

JATS Con
October 16-17, 2012

JATS-Con 2012 was held at NIH Campus, the Washington, D.C.

Evolutionary Chaos and the Road Ahead

Laura Kelly
NCBI/NLM/NIH

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How Well do you Know Your Data? Converting an Archive of Proprietary Markup Schemes to JATS: A Case Study

Faye Krawitz
American Institute of Physics

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Implementing XML for Japanese-language scholarly articles

Soichi Tokizane
Aichi University

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The Front Matters: Capturing Journal Front Matter with JATS

Kathryn Funk
NCBI/NLM/NIH

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An Introduction To BITS

Martin Latterner
NCBI/NLM/NIH

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Living in a World of Book Tagging

Wendell Piez
Piez Consulting Services

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An XML Workflow for Book Publishing

Jake Furbush
MIT Press

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CFA institute and the NLM book DTD, Year 2

Cindy Maisannes
CFA Institute

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Book Tagging Panel Discussion

Bruce Rosenblum (Moderator)
Inera, Inc.

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Author Generated JATS XML Markup

Andy Gajetzki
Internet Scientific Publications, LLC

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From Markup to Linked Data: Mapping NISO JATS v1.0 to RDF using the SPAR (Semantic Publishing and Referencing) Ontologies

David Shotton
University of Oxford

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2012 Implementation of TaxPub, an NLM DTD extension for domain-specific markup in taxonomy, from the experience of a biodiversity publisher

Terence Catapano
Plazi, Bern, Switzerland & Columbia University, New York, NY

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DTD Analyzer: A tool for analyzing and manipulating DTDs

Demian Hess
Avalon Consulting, LLC

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Reducing costs and expanding XML submissions with PDF to JATS conversion

Keishi Katoh
Digital Communications Co., Ltd

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Developing a Schematron–Owning Your Content Markup: A Case Study

Julie Blair
SAGE Publications Inc.

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Beware! The Spork

Jeffrey Beck
NCBI/NLM/NIH

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