March 2015

What is this about?

This is the JATS Tag Library documentation, being served through jatsdoc, an alternative Javascript/CSS browser, that has been adapted from the excellent jQAPI project. Thanks to Sebastian Senf, and all the people who donated and contributed code for that project, for creating such a nice tool!

This documentation framework is being developed on GitHub at http://github.com/Klortho/jatsdoc. Suggestions, comments, and bug reports are welcome — open a GitHub issue there.

The content is from the official JATS Tag Library documentation, downloaded from the NLM FTP site at ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pub/jats/. The files were adapted to this framework, using XSLTs that are available on GitHub at https://github.com/Klortho/JatsTagLibrary.

Credits and License

The jatsdoc framework

The jQAPI software is released under MIT and GPL licenses, the full text of which is here

Contributions from Chris Maloney are, to the extent permissible by law, in the public domain.

The JATS Tag Library content

The JATS Tag Library documentation was produced for the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), National Library of Medicine (NLM), by Mulberry Technologies, Inc., Rockville, Maryland.

The JATS Tag Library is in the public domain. See the NCBI Copyright and Disclaimer page for more information.