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What JATS Users should Know about the Book Interchange Tag Suite (BITS)

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for those of you who were at the tutorial on on Monday on and talk about the same things that certainly not in the same in the same that some of these
prosodic area and for me but the the book interchange tag we bits and I apologize for the 2 main the is a book model based on the jet article model released version 1 at the end of 2013 once end it was New Year's Eve 2 or 3 class because you'll want to
release 20 2013 the schemes are
available in but 3 favorite schema languages there is a complete tag libraries which you'll find familiar I so you can get to the bits that are from the Jets page and so it's right there listed under DEC's extensions of the bits stage look
nice but not great and the there this time tag set here of a tag Library is that should be recommended to the works like all the other tag libraries and it's this lovely brown color so so the question is I
carry plenty of book tagging models I mean there they're out that there's DocBook been around for a while not put it was originally written to and
all technical manuals and things like that and it soon balloon to be able to handle everything we're almost everything if the
i which which concentrates a lot on the on the humanities and linguistics and things and then I haven't NCBI book which is a new 1 that we were running Ian from at all and based on the on the DTDs that other than the price of the NCBI books the TV was put together specifically for the NCBI Bookshelf project was written as an extension to the online DTDs and by this point was worse was referring to it was much in need of of of a re-examination so with that the bits working group together some of 2010 at the 1st test was developed to define the scope of the the project and we want the scope to be more than just the the NCBI Bookshelf and we really want to make a generalized book model based
on tax the people who RGS users would would be able to pick up relatively quickly have OK so the scope as a single complete book
or a book component and will look at 2 more that later so of you would have legs material and book sets and series on that 41 document version should be handled by the publication system and not by the amount that which means we're not going to deal with modelling versions in in bits which is something we have been able to avoid in in articles also so the scope of the bits includes all of these things technical reports government documents reference books conference proceedings encyclopedias we go back we have a couple of things that we know would be able to handle but the model is really strong enough semantically to to do those lattices field guides and SVM textbooks and have but we know that you want a little more semantic enrichment probably in there which we didn't put inversion inversion 1 so we we have explicitly excluded things where the content events heavily on types if they look at the page is important like the hierarchical model with but not many and expose the punctuation and if the if the lot of the pages then like the article model where we had only the content of the body of the
article it still working of cell material where content depends heavily on typesetting as
exemplified by Wired magazine is explicitly excluded all legislative material children's books so these are the things that we're saying we're not concentrating on when I'm trying to solve this problem the question comes up what is the relationship to Jack and this is a project of NCBI so it is it is not a nice so standard it's not an ISO project the
NCBI put the group together and started the project now this some there are some big advantages to this on and 1 of them is
that when we need to make a change to to the book model which we expected to need to make changes on because it was new but then we can just do it as the big as the dates working we don't have to go through the whole nice so procedure to to get the next version of so after decide the scope we we sat down and made some design design decisions but what what we wanted to how we want to informed the decisions that were
going to be at the the specific diseases that are going to happen later in the 1st was that is going to be
based on the most recent version of desert turns out it's actually based on jet version 1 . 1 D 1 which is the 1st draft version of the next version after the official may so 1 . 0 versus and really sound like that work for them so what are the reasons why I came out on the end of 2013 is that 1 . 1 the 1 of Jack's was released in December and its model was was put together on top of that so if jets has a name structure and that structure occurs in book content the the Jets name will be used in the models will essentially be the same so this also means that when we come up with a question book it's not necessarily going to be a change to the journal article the best group had a number of suggestions for the general group which we and got into virgin 1 . 1 1 but they didn't take all of our suggestions the crazy thing it's like 80 % of the people on both on both work so so we
said that this meeting we so we have to submit to the Jets Working Group and although this will be the winner and the the test group but because they want this crazy book business but at a number of them a member of them came over and and some of them were were rejected and what it to get the sum of the the Working
Group design decisions so if supported by land but the whole just behind the project was that were making a generalized book model beyond life sciences in the same way that the Jets articles produced in in other disciplines talk and I think we have good representation here the there will be 2 types level of book to top level elements books and book rat and and this is this becomes very important and there there a new tag sweet not based on the model but is informed by on both real and this is a big question that came out Monday afternoon because if you go through this you'll see a lot of these new things you see in the old NCBI book
model and so the question is is it is derived from areas are not derived from and you see
all the same thing not because it was based on that but because they were both kind of have the same the they decide the design decisions was to start from and build
the best book model that we can't so that's that's what we did if is if anything came out to be similar to what was in NCBI books well that's that's fine but if it was that the path of the reasoning that got us to where we were in bed
OK some details so then you get for free Jacksons which not take a swing for those of you would
like to drink In the presentation will next year submitted at so that OK so this should look familiar and
it's going off the screen looked at the that they should look for my we have an article another thing that has a body has a and the body and stuff like that paragraphs and sections and figures and tables and displayed formula In the back things that references Appendices an acknowledgment on the other some metadata in the front end the everybody should be if you have a significant so the interesting part here is
the is the body and back have so highlighted that if we essentially duplicate that then we can rats some other tags around it and we essentially have a book part and then what is a book part well for now it's a part of a book only we have a look at the book on this front matter where all of the metadata is for whatever this subject but body has progressed sections figures tables and displayed on formula back is references appendices acknowledging and and a few of so I don't think about so if you understand how an article body in article backward then you're essentially going to understand how book part let's let's say chapter 4 now you're sensible understand how held of that chapter body and that work so any element with the same name in jets and this has the same model after appear so subject group contribute group all the nodes above data ISIS and isocenter so 10 that there is a funding group so the same is not sent through so but it's OK and they're close enough that you're not going to have problems so the elements with the same names for the same structure even outside of eigenvectors these metadata elements you're getting you're getting essentially for so now we know that the guy's although not on the guts of chapter are the same we need to worry about how we can assemble these factors together into books end then both structures complicated because books a complicated because of the way people put books together solving these
problems in journal world is easy because journal publishers apply some pretty strict rules to publication and I think we see this as a result list in Scots presentation this is the staff has had these rules applied to them by the publisher the overstuffed were little more book he in little more free-form next that's we get trouble with your old but books can have many different levels of content so
related to the table of contents but and this is 1 and I pull the thought of the NCBI Bookshelf at this is a this is a book that's divided in 2 parts and each part contains chapters it seems reasonable right this a book that just as chapter but it seems reasonable right and but but the problems we need a more so the 1st take the 1st crack at you make a plot element parts allow chapters and and you go on your merry way of so from the readers writers publishers and editors perspective this is not a problem that that these 2 books have different structures that it just it just makes sense but again the xml-model model or something and something to think about so you can create these explicit section elements that allow parton-parton elements that allow chapter and chapter elements that allow which is the the set that you're all familiar with but if do that then you're going to be building some very specific structures and if you have that book that just has chapters then you're going to have to make up a section there has a point that you made up so you have a place stick you so that's really not a great idea stuff I'm from this line and so on so clearly what we've actually done work with the more generalized terms the for the the markers in the room is you come up with the book an element of the part and the parallel hasn't actually called book by type and look for it time and any text all so here we have a lot of the book is divided into 2 sections each of those sections has 2 parts in each of those parts has to check and is a book that just as chapters and it works really well His example I stole from from Mulberry on on Monday because I thought it really illustrated the the problem where from some you may be familiar with this book but we've got a book and we're showing 2 parts in it to applied to looks very popular chapters but where 1 has annexes and tutorials in so using but part model you could say part 1 has a book part called an in 3 book fireplace of practical tutorial on and what you just has as apartheid because chapter in yeah the following the the 1st time I hope in that book maybe 10 years so books have been so how much much when the political 44 the
the so I've forgotten everything for this so looks a bit now
book represented by a single XML document does not need to be written in in a single XML file and you can do this with entity the entities and like this if anybody can see there are not see this all and we had a discussion about this on on Monday there there are problems with this you can get to work you can you don't necessarily get to work all the time and I finally got a good explanation of why it
doesn't work all the time all from timing and she told me that when you build this then your part is going to pull wasn't easy and treat it like
a single document in memory and we've got some books and bookshelf they're like the state and those are the ones that they blow up and I know what we've added x include to to book so that you can include your books for your your your chapters of using x include which
handles handles the the referenced piece is a little more responsibly as long as you have an X include of however that so now let's talk about some new things so everything up to now size the gets included in the book you've you've got it for free and but there have been 2 book level objects that can be used in the parts that there have been table of contents and index and depending on your point of view about publishing you might say we'll need that within this generated Table of Contents weakness generate index um but we want the the bits model to be able to also be used to tag
publications of books going forward where you might just want generated and be able to tag existing content existing books and you know their books where in the table of contents the title of the chapter is a little bit different than the title of the chapter in this chapter it seems done but it is I guess it's a lot like you you your prior pdf not matching your archive print it seems but it happens and and we need to deal
FIL these these 2 elements will most likely be used to test existing to your CDs in the index Terms is an element that you in the in the flow of the document to highlight terms that you want to put in your index when you build a lake now 1 thing that was stressed on Monday afternoon we have the index to we aren't giving the software to build your development and if anybody has great versions
of them that should probably announced among them on the PMC with so that we can all use so index Terms
mostly be used to create indexes from the content now questions and answers questions and answers I think is that book people like to have in the model actually the NCBI book the DTD that we used in the NCBI Bookshelf has a question and answer model that's been and to well the bits working group
got together and decided that he needed a question answer model and we sat down and we worked out 1 that was really
pretty simple but as far as we know because we just made it up it's it's going to work it has elements question question wrong answers answers said an explanation and you can put these together to model below represent questions it just as questions about do quizzes and tests and things like that result testimony there's no see any and and but you can use the existing structural elements that you get in along with questions and answers to from most likely do all those things so this is 1 of the things that the bits group submitted to the Jets groups and the jets from said no old it's not ready and it really points out that difference between the 2 2 groups the bits group is a little more forward thinking we have the ability to deal more for the the jets is really tries to to stick to it if it's mantra to model things as they and if somebody has a great new idea that they they think this'll work right then generally be advice is OK I don't you you know make a model and tag a couple thousand articles in and say and in once it's an established once it's established structure in new will will talk about bringing in there and so that's the best response that we got from the S. of these are on the jet ski thing that I am so we put together the question and answer set and we added that to the data the bits model I I don't know whether anyone using it because might be using that had
had time the what but now were really at the point where we need to get people to start using not just the question answer but the entire entire this not this is going to continue believed to be supported by NCBI and and the 1 we I was
just talking to lot before the presentation and I said we really need to come up with the bits
specific common form up to now we've been collecting comments on based either through the Jets list which I hope everyone's subscribe to or through the nice so jets common form which is not exactly appropriate so I think we need to come up their own with their own bits list I and not anticipating the
bits coming in the future because again that would be more work for me so we expect more changes come about as the model that's used and again with not being tied to the standards bodies who we
should be able to make changes to it relatively quickly when went from the draft version 0 . 4 2 that cover version of the end of 2013 1 point out we made enough changes to it so that it was not specifically backwards compatible 1 of those things is that data allows only mathematical 3 and in this scheme is that were delivered and on the draft allowed not enough to know some the non-technical things that can trip you up there but we expected more changes as it gets used and we're going to be updating it would probably will continue to
announce all the news about it on the Jets list because hopefully it's the same community who who's using it so I my claim is that you that you take it play with the user breaking complain about it and given that going out and even if you just have some book examples and you really like to see How would work and when it doesn't work let us
not so I think this is merely my last slide because what can come after future date
I would like to make a slide this table but I can come up with anything appropriate to so they did not know that the
questions the the questions so yes there developpe parent
mulberry technologies and 1 of the uh so these was on both of those working groups of yeah we were really really spent on hands on that and I have some of content for you naughty bits slide and then we tried really hard on in the bits working group to say look you gotta Jack's article slap book metadata on the top of it and you have a chapter welcome to having a book we failed in about 2 and a half ways and I think those are 2 going you naughty bits slide In the last part of the this is getting bigger India the floats group in which you put figures and tables and figures you just 1 at the end is at the very back to the document after that matters and that it's still there but it's inside that OK there is 1 difference the 2nd difference is articles are allowed to hand with signature blocks those now have to be inside a section on you just stick them at the end of the last section you got and it's the same thing those are the only 2 changes we know of that we made intentionally those in on it's program any other any other questions yes such so the home the Optical Society crime why wouldn't you he's using bits to attend the conference proceedings and the how extensive and how successful this effort is the tutorial and for conference conference proceeding conference facilities is anyone using this effect conference proceedings because I think it might be close wearing down production idiot are you having any problems wrapping up you know the answer to that the I would I would expect that it would work very well for about conference proceedings another great thing that that we talked about on Monday is how the how easy it is to convert a jets particle to a bit chapter and then assemble them this conference has a book which would be a handy way to to deal with conference proceedings you can Kevin organs and Michigan Publishing and so you we have a number of special elements and bits for the the narrative frontman right the specialized names like dedication and forward such as those you did that in order to allow for are easy consistent rendering of books where you might feel and labels for those sections but then in the body but for the reasons you hinted at with uh hierarchy problems on parts of the sections and chapters you but you know we have this sort of we don't downloading and we we have about this book part element that's kind of generic with the book type actually and I am I was wondering I look at the looking at the bits of type library and I see that book part a book partite the actually is is optional and and doesn't even have a list of suggested values and I was wondering if you consider adding a list of suggested values along the lines of chapter or section and things what i would presumably the same reasons we have specific elements of the from yeah I suppose you want to make sure no so when number those on the on the map here OK that I'm not sure whether we I thought
about making a list of suggested values to book type I can see where it would be a real advantage and they taken at least get them in in
the the tag libraries your your question about the narrative front matter sections which are actually also narrative that matter sections because people stick stuff anywhere in the book is is a very interesting 1 and 1 they cause a lot of controversy at the 1st meeting we have and specifically named elements they're allowed in in the front matter of a book like dedication forward practices things like that and a big question can have 1 question came up with different forward practice and damaging afforded preferences whatever the publicist says it and the question is whether whether whether we need these narratives elements because there is also known as the year goes from matter heart I know from my part is you didn't have a version of all of these other things they they have the same and that allows you to put some of the part in or you can make a fundamental part of practice and from matter part of the forward and you would know that they were that they were different and 1 the reasons we put put those named front matter sections in is because so many of the existing book models have been but we were told if we
didn't have them no 1 would take us seriously whether that's when that's true or not I don't know about what we had some book publishers who were who were on the on the group who really wanted to have name sections that they could hang and the sections
and so I hope you're lovers with catering to where the splitters out right so I leave so this I take the what just of below the front matter harder and show them that it has a natural you just the way the book part does but the part of the time so I guess if
we if we put a list of I recommend advisable partite it's going to be the body types and the front matter narrative tight so those a prior to being list it this can I would like to ask you
about that we looked at a lot of books and there are lessons and modules and parts and sections and chapters and pieces and if that was really useful to at the use here and and maybe not in reflecting the way the parts are labeled in the original documents by being in trying to normalize for example just what's the difference between a process and a forward what you know to some publishers and 1 is written by the author and the other written by someone else I can move which was which is this time and they actually stick to that they could well be the case of other publishers have at the reverse and that's where the confusion comes from but you could imagine that you would not internally in in the bits of the uh specification or protecting library try to
define a normalized sense of each of these and ask people to try to apply them because you plan to do something with it but that's a lot of extra overhead which may or may not be useful here I was thinking quite modestly about something like book partite equals chapter verses book partite equals chapter right which some people but be inclined to use because that is the sort of habit of few know days of limited memory and that it might just be useful we get all reality
stuff chapter so the they spent so much money right and long known name them long at him in the effort to fight their money on this loss can you may have thought that was just a throw away but you just brought up by really really important that and that is you said maybe we can use the bits and the bits documentation to get publishers to normalize the way they published of that's explicitly outside the scope of objects and bits Jackson bits have as their scope capturing the practice as it exists and not trying to change the publishing industry and well I think conversation about sure the publishing as it is actually gonna be changed and how can that be done might be really interesting I'm anxious about people sort of slide that into conversations about objects and bits if the point in the coming of every year it usually because I bring up things like this and it is happening at a Shiite community but also view the diversified that way and based on the other hand I recall that on the previous year when the disk of something suggested that maybe we should have like a wiki you were some of the community of place where people could go on and presented guidelines for discussion can wouldn't think that the only thing I hope someone will speak about the open I don't know I think haven't had 1 and 2 point he had he has 1 has what we do still from the Jets homepage hosted courtesy of signature library W. pair mulberry technologies however can I do take your point that if we have I'm not even a suggested list but a list of the kinds of things you might find here and we have a whole bunch of examples those students chapter that but like I said we we were sitting on that meeting brainstorming can about 25 other things so I don't think any kind of inclusive list is going to be possible OK FIL
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Titel What JATS Users should Know about the Book Interchange Tag Suite (BITS)
Serientitel JATS-Con 2013
Teil 13
Anzahl der Teile 16
Autor Beck, Jeffrey
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 3.0 Unported:
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DOI 10.5446/21806
Herausgeber River Valley TV
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch
Produktionsort Washington, D.C.

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Abstract The Book Interchagnge Tag Suite (BITS) is a book model based on the JATS article model. There are many things that can be structured the same way in both a Journal Article and a Book (or a part of a book), and some things that are very different. We'll review the things you 'get for free' if you are already familiar with the article model, and what parts of the book model you will need to pay a little more attention to.

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