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ThManager is an Open Source Tool for creating and visualizing SKOS RDF vocabularies, a W3C initiative for the representation of knowledge organization systems such as thesauri, classification schemes, subject heading lists, taxonomies, and other types of controlled vocabulary.

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PICA::Record is a Perl module for handling PICA+ records. There are classes and methods for reading in, manipulating, and outputting bibliographic records in PICA+ in different ways. This also includes an XML representation of PICA+ and connection to some interfaces to PICA systems for downloading or uploading PICA+ records.

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MarcXimiL  is a free, flexible, fully standards-compliant and efficient bibliographic similarity analysis framework. MarcXimiL comes out of the box with generic predefined similarity strategies. However, strategies may be customized in a flexible way:

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A variety of tools to convert different metadata formats used in library environments. ONIX, PICA, MAB, MABXML, MARC, MARCXML, PICA+, OAI DC, and more.

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Keystone Resolver, is part of the Keystone Digital Library suite and is implemented as a Perl module called "Keystone::Resolver".

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Drupac allows libray to make drupal their OPAC.

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This is experimental Z39.50 server based on Net::Z3950::SimpleServer and WWW::Mechanize to scrape on-line web catalogues and provide Z39.50 server which can be used to import records (in Koha for example)

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PMB

PMB is a free software management libraries and documentation centers. Its development is managed by the company of the same name (PMB).

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phpMyLibrary is a PHP MySQL Library automation application. The program consist of cataloging, circulation, and the webpac module. The programs also has an import export feature. The program strictly follow the USMARC standard for adding materials.

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OtomiGenX is a web application for library automation, based on PHP and MYSQL. OtomiGenX handle transaction on daily library activity.

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