jats-to-mediawiki.xsl transforms XML files written in the NLM/NISO Journal Archiving Tag Suite XML into MediaWiki XML. It is a part of the Encyclopedia of Original Research (EOR), and we expect it to be tightly integrated with the open-access-media-importer.
The following command should work in a
# Clone this repository git clone https://github.com/konrad/JATS-to-Mediawiki.git cd JATS-to-Mediawiki # Get the JATS dtd mkdir dtd cd dtd wget ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pub/jats/archiving/1.0/jats-archiving-dtd-1.0.zip unzip *.zip cd .. # Make sure you have xsltproc which xsltproc # should return with the location of your xsltproc command # Set up XML catalog file export XML_CATALOG_FILES=`pwd`/dtd/catalog-test-jats-v1.xml
The following are manual instructions for converting a single article, given its DOI. It would be fairly easy to script, if you want.
First, you need to find the PMCID for the article. If you have the DOI (for example,
10.1371/journal.pone.0010676) the easiest way to do this is with the PMC ID converter
API. Point your browser at
and make a note of the
pmcid value (in this example,
Next, find the location of the gzip archive file for this article, using the PMC OA web
service. Point your browser at
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/utils/oa/oa.fcgi?id=PMC2873961, and look for the link with
Download that gzip archive with, for example (note the single quotes around the URL):
Unzip that, and change into that directory. For example,
tar xvfz 'PLoS_One_2010_May_21_5(5)_e10676.tar.gz' cd 'PLoS_One_2010_May_21_5(5)_e10676'
Find the NXML file with
ls *.nxml. Now convert it with, for example
xsltproc ../jats-to-mediawiki.xsl pone.0010676.nxml > PMC2873961.mw.xml
In a browser, go to the
Special:Import page of your target mediawiki installation, and import it.
You could use the scripts/fetch_samples.sh script to grab several examples articles, which were used in testing.
Is on our Github wiki.
We're using the Github issue tracker for bug reports and to-do items.
Join our Google Group jats-to-mediawiki
- Jeremy Morse
- Chris Maloney
- Konrad Foerstner email@example.com
This work is in the public domain and may be used and reproduced without special permission.