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Other useful links :
1) The bibutils
program set interconverts between various bibliography formats using a
common XML intermediate, the MODS version 3 : Introduction
2) The Help
Descriptive Metadata entry form: DC categories and
the Metadata usage
at the Oxford Digital Library.
Steve Thomas a écrit :
Resending this from last weekend:
Is anyone working on, or aware of, a MODS plugin?
I've been using BibTex to import bibliographic data, but would rather
work with XML. I've looked at various DC implementations (RDF, OAI) and
these are not quite adequate -- DC soesn't provide all the fields that
BibTex does. MODS seems to be a more comprehensive format for my needs,
and also looks likely to eventually replace BibTex for such things.
So, before I go away and (attempt to) write my own, does anyone know of
a MODS plugin?
[Note that further information from the MODS list suggests that one
possible answer is to wrap the MODS record in a METS record. I see that
there is METS Plugin. However, that being the case, I'm not sure
whether I need a separate XML file for each bibliographic record, or
can use one XML file containing multiple records. If the latter, I'm
not clear on how to encode the METS. Any pointers welcomed.]