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Convert marc to BIBFRAME 1.0 - see lcnetdev/marc2bibframe2 for current release http://www.loc.gov/bibframe/
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XQuery utility to convert MARC/XML Bibliographic records to BIBFRAME resources. This XQuery version was developed by the Library of Congress Network Development and MARC Standards Office. This transformation is under development and does not at this time represent a canonical transformation of MARC Bib data to BIBFRAME resources. It is made available for evaluation and comment. NOTE: The Python version of this code was split off into its own repository. See http://github.com/lcnetdev/marc2bibframe-python Xquery scripts are provided for MarkLogic, Saxon, and Zorba. Parameters (HTTP for ml.xqy; external for saxon.xqy; external for zorba.xqy): marcxmluri - Path to MARC/XML file. File can be retrieved over HTTP (begin http://) or from the filesystem. baseuri - Base URI for generated resources. Default is http://example.org serialization - rdfxml (default), rdfxml-raw, ntriples, json, exhibitJSON rdfxml=flattened RDF/XML, everything has an identifier rdfxml-raw=Verbose, cascaded output. usebnodes - true/false(default). Whether bnodes should identify resources instaed of http URIs. Specific Processor Notes ml.xqy - intended for the MarkLogic Database and Application Server (http://community.marklogic.com/docs). This expects an HTTP application server. Set up an application server with the location of this package as the root and (purely as an example) go to http://hostname:port/ml.xqy?marcxmluri=http://location/of/marcxml.xml&serialization=ntriples&baseuri=http://base-uri/ saxon.xqy can be used with the Saxon XSLT and Xquery Processor. This has been tested using the Saxon processor in Eclipse and Oxygen. This requires a saxon9he.jar version 9.5.x or earlier. Saxon can be run from the command line or through either of the two previously mentioned applications. For more about Saxon see http://saxon.sf.net/ java -cp /path/to/saxon9he.jar net.sf.saxon.Query saxon.xqy marcxmluri=/path/to/marc/xml/file baseuri=http://my-base-uri/ serialization=rdfxml saxon3.xqy can be used with the Saxon XSLT and XQuery processor version 9.6 or later and supports XQuery 3.0. zorba.xqy can be used with the Zorba Xquery processor. For more about see http://www.zorba-xquery.com/ Run from the command line with: zorba -i -f -q zorba.xqy -e marcxmluri:="http://location/of/marcxml.xml" -e serialization:="rdfxml" -e baseuri:="http://base/" Exhibit Display To get the Exhibit display to work for the Xquery, set the serialization parameter to "exhibitJSON". The Exhibit JSON output should be saved as a file named data.json in the html/data directory. You can copy and paste this into the correctly named file or, if running the command line, pipe the output to html/data/data.json. Afterwards, simply open the exhibit.html file in a browser. Note: For Zorba and Saxon, you will need to add a runtime parameter to the command to instruct the processor to omit the XML declaration. For Saxon, add: '!method=text' E.g.: java -cp /path/to/saxon9he.jar net.sf.saxon.Query saxon.xqy '!method=text' [ other params, as above ] For Zorba, add: -r E,g,: zorba -i -r -f -q zorba.xqy [ other params, as above ] Changes (Generally see the commit history http://github.com/lcnetdev/marc2bibframe/commits/master) Jun 5 2013 Removed Python tree, see http://github.com/lcnetdev/marc2bibframe-python Mar 1 2013 Output data in closer alignment with vocabulary terms. Jan 11 2013 Exhibit JSON output plus Exhibit display. Default serialization is flattened RDF/XML (original, verbose version is "raw") Added additional support for 630, 730, 740, 830 relationships. Bug fixes to work through Stanford MARC files. Dec 21 2012 (Some) Support for 7XXs Support for 880s Added HierarchicalGeorgraphic support Do something with 264. Dec 6 2012 Initial publication.