Packages

This tool is free-standing and allows the creation of METS from a folder of items. It additionally allows the user to enter all of the bibliographic information, and assign page names and divisions to the structure map.

Loughborough Online Reading List System (LORLS) is a reading/resource list management system developed by the Systems Team at Loughborough University Library and made available as open source.

ExSite9 is a cross-platform Java desktop application, built using Eclipse RCP, that will allow researchers to indentify their research data files, "tag" their data files with descriptive metadata, and package their data files and associated metadata ready for submission to repositories.

Typingpool chops your audio into small bits and routes them to the labor marketplace Mechanical Turk, where workers transcribe the bits in parallel. This produces transcripts much faster than any lone transcriber for as little one-eighth what you pay a transcription service. Better still, workers keep 91 percent of the money you spend.

Format Identification for Digital Objects (FIDO) is a Python command-line tool to identify the file formats of digital objects. It is designed for simple integration into automated work-flows.

JP2 (JPEG 2000 Part 1) validator and properties extractor. Jpylyzer was specifically created to check that a JP2 file really conforms to the format's specifications. Additionally jpylyzer is able to extract the technical characteristics of each image.

The File Information Tool Set (FITS) identifies, validates, and extracts technical metadata for various file formats. It wraps several third-party open source tools, normalizes and consolidates their output, and reports any errors. FITS was created by the Harvard Library for use in its Digital Repository Service (DRS).

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Pdf-extract is an open source set of tools and libraries for identifying and extracting semantically significant regions of a scholarly journal article (or conference proceeding) PDF. The pdf-extract tools allow you to identify and extract the individual references from a scholarly journal article.

TEI Boilerplate (http://teiboilerplate.org/) is a lightweight solution for publishing styled TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) P5 content directly in modern browsers.

This package intend to allow OPAC at Joomla! CMS. This is a Joomla! component and must be used side by side with OpenBiblio.

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