Some Hugo things to follow up on…

https://github.com/Shen-Yu/hugo-chart
https://www.awesome-hugo.dev/
https://github.com/HughP/hugo-embed-pdf-shortcode
https://github.com/HughP/hugo-cite
https://www.vojtech.net/posts/hugo-footnotes-popup#fnref:1

https://github.com/HughP/hugobot -- this one looked like a static OAI harvester.

https://github.com/Chrede88/wowchemy-shortcode-figArray/blob/main/layouts/shortcodes/github-Chrede88-figArray.html
https://github.com/Chrede88/wowchemy-shortcode-figArray

https://github.com/wowchemy/wowchemy-hugo-themes/blob/main/modules/wowchemy/layouts/shortcodes/table.html

Part of my reference materials on how I got my fonts to work
https://github.com/wowchemy/wowchemy-hugo-themes/issues/1061

Understanding Web Fonts and Getting the Most Out of Them


https://scripts.sil.org/ttw/fonts2go.cgi

Hugo Image Gallery


https://christianspecht.de/2020/08/10/creating-an-image-gallery-with-hugo-and-lightbox2/
https://gitlab.com/tmuguet/hugo-split-gallery/-/tree/main/
https://gitlab.com/tmuguet/hugo-split-gallery/-/tree/main/exampleSite
I wonder if I et a GeoJson file of mexico if that would be good on which to display my mexico photos
https://github.com/charlieegan3/photos/

Django modules and links

Django application to collect submitted DOIs, acquire their API provided metadata (Bibliographic metadata and citation graph metadata), allow limited (specified) annotation, and then make those records harvestable via OAI-PMH. Language Resource tagger—Adding a layer of language related metadata to published resources.

Some Django modules for OAI-PMH
https://github.com/saw-leipzig/foaipmh
https://github.com/jnphilipp/django_oai_pmh

User Authentication
https://github.com/ubffm/django-orcid
https://django.fun/en/docs/social-docs/0.1/backends/orcid/

Crossref
https://github.com/fabiobatalha/crossrefapi

Introducing Crossref, the basics

Database Versioning
This depends on how the DB is set up. If we only have one record per item or one record per state... This needs more definition.
https://djangopackages.org/grids/g/versioning/
https://www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/complete-guide-to-wordpress-post-revisions/

Form Builders
https://djangopackages.org/grids/g/form-builder/

Some Javascript tools for creating the specific forms needed:
https://github.com/HughP/dublin-core-generator
https://nsteffel.github.io/dublin_core_generator/generator.html

Markdown for documentation
https://neutronx.github.io/django-markdownx/

Bibtex
https://bibtexparser.readthedocs.io/en/master/
https://github.com/sciunto-org/python-bibtexparser
https://github.com/jnphilipp/bibliothek
https://github.com/lucastheis/django-publications <-- also check the network as "improvements" are all over the place.
Other names include:
* Babybib
* Pybtex
* Pybibliographer

APIs

ORCID
https://github.com/ORCID/python-orcid

API Tutorial: Searching the ORCID registry

Crossref API doc
https://github.com/CrossRef/rest-api-doc/blob/master/demos/crossref-api-demo.ipynb
Crossref types: https://www.crossref.org/documentation/register-maintain-records/
https://api.crossref.org/swagger-ui/index.html#/Types/get_types__id__works

Others — Mostly citation and references
http://www.scholix.org/
https://scholexplorer.openaire.eu/#/query/page=5/q=language
https://crossref.gitlab.io/knowledge_base/products/event-data/
FatCat https://fatcat.wiki/
InternetArchive Scholar https://scholar.archive.org/
Thor project https://project-thor.readme.io/docs/introduction-for-integrators
Corsscite.org
Semantic Scholar API https://api.semanticscholar.org/api-docs/graph
https://core.ac.uk/
https://opencitations.net/
https://unpaywall.org/ --> see: http://musingsaboutlibrarianship.blogspot.com/2017/11/using-oadoi-crossref-event-data-api-to.html
https://openalex.org/
https://arxiv.org/help/api/index
https://www.aminer.org/citation
https://www.aminer.org/download
https://open.aminer.cn/
https://analytics.hathitrust.org/datasets#top
https://pro.dp.la/developers/api-codex
https://pro.europeana.eu/page/apis

LCSH
https://github.com/edsu/id

MARC
For generating an ingesting MARC records
https://pymarc.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

Zotero
https://github.com/urschrei/pyzotero

Overview see: https://researchguides.smu.edu.sg/api-list/scholarly-metadata-api

ISSNs
ISSN.org is supposed to have an API.. but not sure if they do.
https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/1904-0008
Any request to the portal may be automated thanks to the use of REST protocol. The download of results is also automated. This service is restricted to subscribing users. Please contact sales [at] issn.org for more information.
https://portal.issn.org/node/170

https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2549-5089#
https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2549-5089?format=json
We could also slurp the HTML for the sameAs links to other DBs if needed.

JATS
https://pypi.org/project/jatsgenerator/
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42084165/extracting-text-from-jats-xml-file-using-python
https://github.com/sibils/jats-parser

Pandas
https://pypi.org/project/django-pandas/

Beautiful Soup

There is the issue of how do we add to a Dublin Core OAI record how it was changed over time.... I need to architect this out.

Record Provenance:
[]Explore
https://www.w3.org/TR/prov-dc/
https://www.w3.org/2011/prov/track/issues/607?changelog
http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/metadata/dcmi/collection-provenance/
https://edoc.hu-berlin.de/bitstream/handle/18452/2727/332.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4177195/
https://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/userguide/recordinfo.html
https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tslac-digital-preservation-framework/qualified-dublin-core-schema/
https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.5555/2770897.2770924

Exposing DOI metadata provenance


https://dgarijo.com/papers/dc2011.pdf
https://ceur-ws.org/Vol-670/paper_3.pdf
https://ecommons.cornell.edu/bitstream/handle/1813/55327/Encoding%20Provenance%20for%20Social%20Science%20Data-final.pdf?sequence=3&isAllowed=y

Views:
1. login with ORCID
2. query APIs (DOIs, ISBNs, ISSNs, ORCID, WikiData, etc.)
3. results display and annotation
4. submission
5. List of past submissions
6. update past submission screen (same as #3?)

If we ran a module like this:
https://pybliometrics.readthedocs.io/en/latest/classes/SerialTitle.html

Then we could take a reading on where the least spoken languages appear in the most highly ranked journals and determine if there was a bias or a loss to science.

Data Examples:

Have been moved to:
https://github.com/HughP/CrossRef-to-OLAC-data-examples

PDF Extraction:
https://levelup.gitconnected.com/scrap-data-from-website-and-pdf-document-for-django-app-fa8f37010085
https://towardsdatascience.com/how-to-extract-pdf-data-in-python-876e3d0c288
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71850349/download-a-pdf-from-url-edit-it-an-render-it-in-django
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48882768/django-reading-pdf-files-content
https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/working-with-pdf-files-in-python/

PDF Creation:
https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/4.1/howto/outputting-pdf/
https://jeltef.github.io/PyLaTeX/current/examples/header.html

NER:




https://johnfraney.github.io/django-ner-trainer/settings/

NLP Application: Named Entity Recognition (NER) in Python with Spacy

Other:
https://prodi.gy/

Abstract and Table of Contents

If abstract is a sample of about-ness, then a table of contents is sample if is-ness. Some have said that journal articles should not have table of contents. I disagree. Sometimes more than an abstract a table of contents can deliver a substantial understanding of what an article is and is about by displaying its structure. In fact many law review articles actually include a table of contents prior to the main part of the article. Law review articles can be over 70 pages in length. An outline of feres useful information to the potential reader.

An example of an outline from a linguistics article.

Roberts, David. 2011. “A Tone Orthography Typology.” Written Language & Literacy 14 (1): 82–108. doi:10.1075/wll.14.1.05rob.

1. Introduction
2. The six parameters
2.1 First parameter: Domain
2.2 Second parameter: Target
2.2.1 Tones
2.2.2 Grammar
2.2.3 Lexicon
2.2.4 Dual strategies
2.3 Third parameter: Symbol
2.3.1 Phonographic representations
2.3.2 Semiographic representations
2.4 Fourth parameter: Position
2.5 Fifth parameter: Density
2.5.1 Introduction
2.5.2 Zero density
2.5.3 Partial density
2.5.4 Exhaustive density
2.6 Sixth parameter: Depth
2.6.1 Introduction
2.6.2 Surface representation
2.6.3 Deep representation
2.6.4 Shallow (transparent) representation
3. Conclusion
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliographical references

Opinions on OCLC and metadata ownership

https://librarytechnology.org/document/7266
https://librarytechnology.org/document/7266/ownership-of-machine-readable-records-a-neglected-consideration-in-retrospective-conversion

Landgrab For Ownership Of Library Catalog Data

https://www.oclc.org/en/worldcat/cooperative-quality/policy.html

https://repository.law.uic.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1557&context=jitpl

https://dltj.org/article/oclc-records-use-policy-1/

https://wiki.harvard.edu/confluence/display/LibraryStaffDoc/OCLC+Institution+records+discontinuation

Matching algorithms

https://www.oclc.org/en/news/announcements/2022/worldcat-quality-enhancements.html
https://www.ohiolink.edu/content/matching_bibliographic_records_central_site