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XML schemas and mark-up practices of taxonomic literature

Auteur: 
Lyubomir Penev, Christopher Lyal, Anna Weitzman, David Morse, David King, Guido Sautter, Teodor Georgiev, Robert Morris, Terry Catapano, Donat Agosti
Jaar: 
2011
Artikel Volume: 
150
Artikel pagina's: 
89-116
Artikel type: 
Journal Article
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We review the three most widely used XML schemas used to mark-up taxonomic texts, TaxonX, TaxPub and taXMLit. Tese are described from the viewpoint of their development history, current status, im- plementation, and use cases. Te concept of “taxon treatment” from the viewpoint of taxonomy mark-up into XML is discussed. TaxonX and taXMLit are primarily designed for legacy literature, the former being more lightweight and with a focus on recovery of taxon treatments, the latter providing a much more de- tailed set of tags to facilitate data extraction and analysis. TaxPub is an extension of the National Library of Medicine Document Type Definition (NLM DTD) for taxonomy focussed on layout and recovery and, as such, is best suited for mark-up of new publications and their archiving in PubMedCentral. All three schemas have their advantages and shortcomings and can be used for different purposes.

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