Conversion and Tagging

Some archives and repositories have specific requirements for the way metadata (the descriptive elements about your articles) and content (the actual articles) must be structured. An example is the structured XML output required by the National Library of Medicine.

There are a range of software tools available to help with these tasks as well as data conversion services that will convert PDF and word processing files to structured HTML, XML, and SGML files for permanent archiving.

Among the service bureaus providing economical article conversion and tagging services are:

Scholarly Exchange has no business relationship with either of these or any other supplier mentioned on our site.

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