XML Guideline in Medical Journals

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The ultimate goal of publishing a journal is not indexing it in the top-ranked indexing sources. We are publishing our journals to be read and cited by other researchers to solve health and life issues and improve the quality of our lives. To better distribute our journals, we must find the best tool compatible with the majority of libraries. One of the most reliable outputs for a journal could be XML output. This book tried to introduce XML output for journal owners and publishers. Reading this book is highly recommended for the Publisher to understand better the proper linkage between their contents and other libraries.


Book Details: 

  • Authors: Dr. Seyyed Mohammad Miri, Dr. Seyed-Moayed Alavian
  • Publisher: www.nedmedica.nl; 1st edition (October 9, 2020)
  • Publication Date: October 9, 2020
  • Print Length: 54 pages
  • Language: Persian (English Abstract)
  • ISBN: 978-622-991142-6‬‬
  • Sponsored by: Salamat Pooyan 
  • Targets: Academic and STM Journals
  • Category: XML (Document markup language)

     


 

XML Guideline in Medical Journals
XML Guideline in Medical Journals

Introduction of this book:

The ultimate goal of publishing a journal is not indexing it in the top-ranked indexing sources. We are publishing our journals to be read and cited by other researchers to solve health and life issues and improve the quality of our lives. To better distribute our journals, we must find the best tool compatible with the majority of libraries. One of the most reliable outputs for a journal could be XML output. This book tried to introduce XML output for journal owners and publishers. Reading this book is highly recommended for Publishers to understand better the proper linkage between their contents and other libraries.


Topics

Major topics of this book include:

  1. XML
  2. PMC DTD XML
  3. Tags in XML
    • Journal Meta
    • Article Meta
    • pub-id-type 
    • subj-group 
    • contrib-type
    • xref tag 
    • Table Tags
    • Figure Tags
    • PDF Tags
  4. Technical Documentation of XML Medline
  5. Endnote and XML Tags
  6. Word Docx and Tags
  7. Endnote and Specified Libraries

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