JATS-Con 2016

FORCE 2016
April 12-13, 2016

The JATS-CON 2016 was held in the Lister Hill Auditorium at the U.S. National Library of Medicine on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland.

Welcome and Introductions

Jeff Beck
 
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Integrate to Innovate: Using Standards to Push Content Forward

Angela Cochran
ASCE
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Identifying and Standardizing Funding Information in Scholarly Articles: A Publisher’s Solution

Alexander B. Schwarzman, M. Scott Dineen
OSA—The Optical Society
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A Quality Assurance Tool for JATS/BITS with Schematron and HTML reporting

Martin Kraetke1, Franziska Bühring2
1le-tex publishing services GmbH, 2De Gruyter
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So You Want to Adopt JATS. What Decisions Do You Need To Make?

B. Tommie Usdin
Mulberry Technologies, Inc.
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ORCID iD Throughput in Publishing Workflows

Laurel Haak
ORCID
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Collecting XML at article submission at eLife: Two steps forward, one step back?

Melissa Harrison
eLife
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Data Citations

Timothy W. Clark
Harvard University
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Challenges in implementing a multi-lingual JATS publishing workflow

Chandi Perera
Typefi Systems
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NISO STS Project Overview and Update

Robert Wheeler1, Bruce Rosenblum2, Lesley West3
1ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), 2Inera, Inc., 3ASTM International
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An implementation of BITS: The Cambridge University Press experience

Mike Eden, Tom Cleghorn
Cambridge University Press
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Wrangling Math from Microsoft Word into JATS XML Workflows

Caitlin Gebhard, Bruce Rosenblum
Inera, Inc.
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Write once, use everywhere — making an oXygen Framework accessible on the Web

Gerrit Imsieke
le-tex publishing services
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JATSKit: An oXygen framework for JATS, BITS, and kindred XML formats

Wendell Piez
Piez Consulting
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JATS Open Session

 
 
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Jatdown: a markdown language for writing JATS

Paul Johnston
PubRef
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Nobody Hitchhikes Anymore

Jeffrey Beck
NCBI/NLM/NIH
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