Fig. 1. AIP Workflows.

Fig. 1

AIP Workflows. In some cases despite accurate XML, corrections or data upgrades were needed because of the additional conversions and database needs driving the production/online system. In other cases updates were needed in both the XML and SGML records, creating an environment where it was possible to have the content out of sync. Adopting the single JATS format for both full-text and abstract records eliminated this danger. Using a sophisticated content management system to manage the repurposing of the content enables the source XML to be properly managed.

From: How Well Do You Know Your Data? Converting an Archive of Proprietary Markup Schemes to JATS: A Case Study

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