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A group of open access publishers and others have started a new effort, JATS for Reuse, which is attempting to establish definitive guidelines on how these various types of metadata should be tagged in journal articles in order to facilitate reuse of the articles.  These guidelines will conform to JATS and, in fact, be a layer of specification on top of the JATS standard.

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Here's the NLM "home page": http://jats.nlm.nih.gov/.  It provides links to quite a few other resources, including the JATS Wiki: http://webservices.itcs.umich.edu/mediawiki/jats/index.php/Main_Page.  

If you want to dive right into the standard, I'd suggest starting with the technical documentation (AKA the "tag library"), e.g., for the publishing set, here: http://jatspan.org/niso/publishing-1.0/
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Welcome and introduction, Andrew Su, 1/31/14. DBP Idea: Framework and formal model of multiscale phenotype, Ivo Georgiev, 1:13 PM. Variant Group, Robin Haw, 4/26/14. DBP brainstorming (and contest), Andrew Su, 4/26/14. Hiring at the NDEx project at UCSD, dexterpratt.bio, 4/26/14 ...
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Keynote address for Swedish Open Access Conference on April 1, 2014 in Växjö, Sweden.
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I went through these steps, and it all works except the nice auto-complete in the "Add dependency" box.  All I'm getting to show up, when I type "commons", is "commons-logging-api".  How do I configure this to work?  I've Googled quite a bit with no luck.
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Daniel Mietchen presented our paper at JATSCon last week: "Inconsistent XML as a barrier to reuse".
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I just glanced over the spec (or the [nearest thing I could find](http://www.inchi-trust.org/fileadmin/user_upload/software/inchi-v1.04/InChI_TechMan.pdf) and it's really hard to understand how this could be possible.  The first 14 characters are a base-26 SHA hash of the "basic (Mobile-H) InChi layer" -- so, a number on the order of 10^35.  I don't know what the "basic ... layer" is -- is there any chance that that string is identical for these two compounds? 
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