JATS-Con 2013(4)

JATS Con
April 1-2, 2014

JATS-Con 2013(4) was held at NIH Campus, the Washington, D.C.

Extending JATS to include the NISO/NFAIS Recommended Practices for Online Supplemental Journal Article Materials

Karen Gutzman1, Kimberly A. Tryka2
1. National Library of Medicine; 2. NCBI, National Library of Medicine

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NLM Conversion to Build “Atomic” Physics Content in an Agile Fashion

M. Scott Dineen
The Optical Society

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What JATS Users should Know about the Book Interchange Tag Suite (BITS)

Jeffrey Beck
NCBI/NLM/NIH

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Formatting JATS: as easy as 1-2-3

Tony Graham
Mentea

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mPach: Integrated Publishing and Archiving of Journals in HathiTrust

Seth Johnson, Bryan Smith and Kevin S. Hawkins
Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan

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Strategic Reading, the Future of Scientific Publishing — something for everyone

Allen Renear
Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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JATS and NISO — the value of community standardization

Todd Carpenter
National Information Standards Organization (NISO)

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When the “One Size Fits Most” tagset doesn’t fit you

Tommie Usdin
Mulberry Technologies, Inc.

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The Challenges and Benefits of Automating NLM-to-ePub3 File Conversion

Mike Deane
CFA Institute

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Tracking Changes to JATS XML in an Online Proofing System

Charles O’Connor, Antony Gnanapiragasam, Michael Hepp
Dartmouth Journal Services

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Case Study on Redlining application using JATS XML at the International Organization for Standardization

Chandi Perera
Typefi Systems

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Transforming JATS XML for mobile-optimized consumption

Mitra Ahadpour1, Atul Ganatra2, Adam B. Lee2
1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA); 2. IQ Solutions

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A Publisher’s InDesign to BITS and EPUB Infrastructure: Conventions, Configuration, Conversion, Checks

Gerrit Imsieke
le-tex publishing services

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JATS and the Standards Ecosystem

Bruce Rosenblum
Inera, Inc.

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Inconsistent XML as a barrier to reuse of Open Access Content

Daniel Mietchen1, Chris Maloney2, Nils Dagsson Moskopp
1. Open Knowledge Foundation, Germany; 2. PMC (Contractor with A-Tek, Inc.)

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The Web, the W3C and the Future of Publishing

Liam Quin
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

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