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ساخت XML پابمد

به منظور استفاده بهتر و بیشتر از مقالات هر در مجله در ‍‍‍‍‍‍‍پایگاه های داده فایل مقالات و همین طور در دسترس بودن متن مقالات برای موتورهای جستجو محتوای برخط، مقالات علمی باید به فرمت های مختلفی تهییه گردند. از جمله HTML و PDF  و…

در این میان پایگاه پابمد و مرکز دیتا پابمد سنترال فرمت خاصی از مقالات را در قالب ایکس ام ال جهت نمایه سازی از مجلات درخواست می کنند. تهیه این فرمت خاص از مقالات برای مجلات ایرانی یا با هزینه های گزاف و یا بصورت فردی صورت میگیرد و زمان زیادی برای ساخت این نوع فایل های صرف می شود. موسسه دانش گستر فرنام، با استفاده از دانش کامل ایرانی و برپایه کدنویسی محصولات حوزه فناوری اطلاعات، موفق به تهیه نرم افزار تحت ویندوز و نحت لینوکس شده است. 

لذا کارشناسان موسسه، در کمترین زمان ممکن، قادر به تبدیل فایل های با فرمت Word، PDF و حتی فایل های با فرمت ایندیزاین به XML پابمد هست.  در تلاش هستیم که مراحل آتی، این فرمت را بصورت آنلاین و بر روی نسخه OJS موسسه دانش گستر فرنام پیاده کنیم تا بصورت رایگان در اختیار تمام مدیران مجلات قرار گیرد. 

اما اکنون: 

برای ساخت XMl پابمد کافیست آخرین فایل Word که نسخه چاپی از روی آن ساخته شده است را همراه با نسخه PDF برای ما ارسال کنید. کارشناسان ما، فایل های XML را مطابق استانداردهای پابمد تهیه کرده، در سامانه پابمد آپلود می نمایند و شما بعد از بروز رسانی سرور، فایل ها خود را در وب سایت پابمد مشاهده خواهید نمود. 

در صورت نیاز فایل های پشتیبان برای کارفرما ارسال گردیده و یا آپلدو فایل ها به مدیران مجلات واگذار خواهد شد. 

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XML Help for PubMed Data Providers

Created: February 26, 2008; Last Update: October 24, 2017.

Publishers of journals in PubMed must submit citation and abstract data electronically. Electronic submissions ensure that citations and abstracts are available to the public within 24 hours of uploading a properly formatted XML file and meet one of the requirements to add an icon on PubMed citations via participation in LinkOut. LinkOut is a service that allows you to link directly from a PubMed citation to the journal website.

PubMed only accepts citation and abstract data uploaded by File Transfer Protocol (FTP) that is in the PubMed XML tagged format. FTP accounts are provided for publishers to send data in a confidential and reliable manner. These citations are then added to PubMed, and PubMed Unique Identifiers (PMIDs) are returned to the publisher.

Interested in uploading citation and abstract data to PubMed for your journal? Check out the Data Provider Quick Start Guide.

Have questions about the process? Please contact the Data Provider Support Team [vog.hin.mln.ibcn@rehsilbup].

FAQs

Data Provider Quick Start Guide

XML

FTP and File Submission

Understanding Loader Reports

FAQs

Correcting Errors in PubMed

With the release of the PubMed Data Management System (PMDM) in October 2016, PubMed data providers are now responsible for accurately presenting their own citations in PubMed. See the PMDM Quick Start Guide for details about accessing and using PMDM.

Using PMDM, data providers can update or correct nearly all elements of their citations at any time after initial receipt of the records by PubMed. There is no longer a period of time when citations are unavailable for update by the data provider.

Going forward, NLM will not as a matter of course update or correct publisher-supplied citations. Instead, requests for corrections received by NLM Customer Service will be directed to the appropriate publisher for resolution however the publisher deems best and on the publisher's timeline.

Please note, NLM's Errata, Retraction, Duplicate Publication, and Comment Policy has not changed. Journals should continue to follow best practices and publish errata to correct errors appearing in the original article.

Note: We accept Replaces files for ahead of print citations and data in the following fields, regardless of the citation’s status in PubMed:

  • AuthorList (includes Author, Affiliation, Identifier)
  • InvestigatorList (includes Investigator, Affiliation, Identifier)
  • Pagination
  • ELocationID
  • OtherAbstract
  • PII
  • DOI

Our loader will compare the content of these fields in the Replaces file with the existing PubMed citation and only modify the content if it is different.

Can Collaborator Names be supplied to PubMed?

Yes. Investigators (also known as collaborators in PubMed) are individuals who contribute to a scientific article but are not authors. The group name author should be placed in the tags, and the investigators’ names should be included by using the tag within a tag. Please see an example of the XML tagging below:



Cancer Genome Center


North American Barley Genome Project




Cancer Genome Center

John
Smith


Mary
Jones



North American Barley Genome Project

John Jacob
Han


Laura
Clancy


A group name author (a collective name author, e.g., a study group name) must exist in the bibliographic citation data in order for investigator names to be supplied in the section. Investigator names should be listed in the order in which they appear in the full-text article.

For more information about NLM’s policy for individual authors, group or corporate authors, and investigators, please see the Authorship in MEDLINE Fact Sheet.

How should I submit citations for errata, retractions, and comments?

We encourage data providers to include the PMID, DOI, or PII of the original PubMed citation when submitting a citation for an erratum, retraction, comment, or other type of comment/correction listed below. When this information is included in the XML citation data, the link between citations will be displayed when the citation for the erratum, retraction, comment etc. becomes available in PubMed.

The accepted comment/correction types are:

ObjectType Value Description
Erratum cites the original article for which there is a published erratum.
Retraction cites the article(s) being retracted.
Comment cites the reference upon which the article comments.
republished cites the first, originally published article.
Update cites the article being updated.
Dataset cites a description of a dataset.
Reprint cites the first, originally published article.
patientsummary cites a patient summary article.
originalreport cites a scientific article associated with the patient summary.
ExpressionOfConcernFor cites the original article for which there is an expression of concern

Citations for errata and retractions should have the PublicationType value “Published Erratum” or “Retraction of Publication,” as appropriate.

Sample XML:





Public Library of Science
PLoS One
1932-6203
9
10

2014
10
23


Correction: Statin Treatment in Hypercholesterolemic Men Does Not Attenuate Angiotensin II-Induced Venoconstriction
e112205


The PLOS ONE Staff


Published Erratum

10.1371/journal.pone.0112205
PONE-D-14-46356

This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0103909.


pmid
25264877


Note on errata: Beginning with the publication year 2015, NLM retains the citation for an erratum notice supplied by the publisher, assigns the Publication Type “Published Erratum,” and creates a two-way link between the citation for the erratum notice and the citation for the original article, but does not assign MeSH terms. Prior to 2015, NLM did not retain publisher-supplied errata notices.

How should structured abstracts be submitted?

Submit abstract section headings in all uppercase letters followed by a colon and space, for example:


BACKGROUND: Approximately 3,000 new cases of oral cancer...

Common section headings are: BACKGROUND, METHODS, RESULTS, and CONCLUSIONS.

Alternatively, publishers may use the element and its Label attribute to supply structured abstract section headings. The section heading should still be submitted in all uppercase letters.


To assess the effects...
Patients attending lung...
Twenty-five patients...
The findings suggest...

Can I submit author keywords?

Yes. Keyword information will be preceded by a KEYWORDS label and display below the abstract.

Keywords should be submitted in the  element, not as part of the abstract. Place the immediately following the .

To submit multiple keywords, include multiple "Object" elements, one per keyword. Here is an example of the XML:



GSH


Lipid peroxidation


MDA


Radiation

How can I submit ClinicalTrials.gov and other databank accession numbers?

Use the ObjectListObject, and Param tags to supply databank accession numbers. Following are sample XML fragments illustrating the tagging format for various databanks:



NCT00000125




10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.1004150




10.5061/dryad.2f050




Q9H040




251912582




PRJNA178613

Can I submit grant information?

Yes. The grants should be provided in the as follows:



12345
Wellcome Trust

What is an Article Identifier?

All Article Identifiers are optional. An Article Identifier can take one of two forms; a PII or a DOI.

A PII, or Publisher Item Identifier, is any internal reference identifier used in the publishing process. This identifier is assigned by the publisher.

A DOI, or Digital Object Identifier, is a number assigned by an international organization. The DOI System is a system for identifying and exchanging intellectual property in the digital environment. DOIs are issued to registrants by the DOI Registration Agency. More information about this standardized format can be obtained at http://www.doi.org/.

A DOI can be provided in two different elements: ELocationID and ArticleId. A DOI should be supplied in the standard format, e.g., 10.xxx/xxx. Do not include any leading characters like “doi:” or submit the DOI as a URL.

Article Identifiers (PII and DOI) are available for use in LinkOut, which allows providers to create links from article citations in PubMed to the full-text article hosted on the publisher websites.

How do I know if my journal is in PubMed?

To check your journal’s indexing status, search the NLM Catalog and look for the “Current Indexing Status” field.

list of journals included in PubMed is also available by FTP.

If you cannot find your journal in the NLM Catalog or if your journal is not currently indexed, then it probably needs to apply for journal selection. The Journal Selection fact sheet describes the policy, selection criteria, and application process.

What should I do if my journal title or ISSN changes?

A change in the first five words of the title of the journal is considered a title change and will result in a new bibliographic record and the assignment of a new title abbreviation. A new ISSN should be assigned in this instance.

Also, the addition, deletion, change, or reordering of any of the first five words (not including the initial article) is considered a title change and will require a new bibliographic record and assignment of a new title abbreviation.

These are the steps for a title change:

1.

E-mail vog.hin.mln.ibcn@rehsilbup when the title has changed and a new ISSN has been assigned. Visit http://www.issn.org for more information about applying for a new ISSN.

2.

Submit a copy of the ISSN assignment e-mail or letter from your local ISSN Centre to vog.hin.mln.ibcn@rehsilbup and mail it with a print copy of the journal with the new title and ISSN to:

National Library of Medicine

Attn: Tina Shrader

Cataloguing and Metadata Services Section

Bldg 38, Room 1N08

8600 Rockville Pike

Bethesda, MD 20894-3823

3. Wait for an e-mail confirmation from the Data Provider Support Team stating that our records have been updated and we are ready to receive data using the new title and ISSN.

What should do if my journal becomes electronic-only?

Please see the policy on indexing electronic journals and the FAQ: Indexing Requirements for Electronic Journals.

XML

How do I supply XML tagged citation and abstract data to PubMed?

The simplest way to get started is to copy the Example of a Standard XML file into a plain text editor and edit the text within each tag to fit your journal. If a tag is not used by your journal, simply delete it from your file.

Then save the file (click here for tips on file names), validate the file; and submit the sample XML file for review.

Do online-only articles have different requirements?

Citation and abstract data for an online-only article should appear very similar to a printed article. The following are common differences:

Sometimes online-only articles do not have page numbers; instead they have a DOI. If this is the case the correct tag to use is  instead of the  tag.

Online-only articles may also have individual publication dates instead of a publication date for the complete Issue or Volume. In this case  should be used with the YearMonth and Day of online publication. If an online-only article has two publications dates, individual and Issue/Volume, then the  tag should NOT have a PubStatus attribute and the  tag should be used.

The following are examples of the PubMed display for online-only articles:

AAPS J. 2008 Mar 23;10(1):E1-17.

This online-only article has a Year, Month, and Day of publication (2008 Mar 23); a Volume (10); Issue (1) and has chosen to use the  tag (E1) &  tag (E17).

If the XML file also included an  tag, then the DOI would be displayed like so:

AAPS J. 2008 Mar 23;10(1):E1-17. doi: 10.1208/aapsj1001001.

If the XML file did NOT include the  and  tags, but had an  tag, the PubMed display would be like so (if both  tags are sent, both will display in the absence of the page tags):

AAPS J. 2008 Mar 23;10(1). pii: aapsj1001001. doi: 10.1208/aapsj1001001.

Here is an example of the XML:



10.1208/aapsj1001001
aapsj1001001

Also if this is the first time online-only articles have been released for the title please contact us at vog.hin.mln.ibcn@rehsilbup with the following information:

  • Full journal title
  • Electronic ISSN
  • URL
  • First volume/issue to contain online-only articles
  • Provider. If you already have an account at NCBI, enter it here. If not, enter the name of your organization.

Can I submit multiple affiliations for one author?

Yes. Please see the following example:


FrankDavis

Department of Human Genetics, University of California, Los Angeles, California 90095, USA


Lewis Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, 08544, USA

How can I indicate equal contribution among authors?

Use the EqualContrib attribute of the Author element to indicate equal contribution among authors. The default value for the attribute is "N," indicating non-equal contribution. In the example below, the first two authors contributed equally.



Katherine
Anderson

Georgetown University



Edward
Scarborough

Mayo Clinic



Joanna
Kay

Georgetown University


Can Collective Author Names be supplied to PubMed?

Yes. A Collective Author Name, the name of the authoring committee or organization, should be included by using the tag within an tag.

Please see the following example:

 

W.
Thomas
Lawrence


Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation DATA Committee

Can Single Personal Author Names be supplied to PubMed?

Yes. A Single Personal Author Name, when a person has only one name, should be included by using the EmptyYN attribute for the tag within an tag. The default value for the EmptyYN attribute is "N"; indicating that the tag should not be empty.

Here is an example of a PubMed citation with a Single Personal Author Name (as well as authors with a FirstName and LastName):

Matiullah, Rehman S, Rehman S, Mati N, Ahmad S. .

Some more new etchants for CR-39 detector.

Radiat Meas. 2005 Oct;39(5):551-5.

PMID: 16094777 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

This is the tagging for the same citation as it appears in the XML file:





Matiullah


S.
Rehman

How should I submit mathematical or chemical formulas or tables in the abstract field?

Simple formulas:

  • Chemical - do not use or in chemical formulas, for example water should be submitted as H20, carbon dioxide as CO2.
  • Mathematical - simple mathematical formulas, e.g., x2, should be submitted in UTF-8 character encoding. Please refer to the PubMed Special Character Set for preferred encodings for common special characters.

Complex formulas:

  • Submit the following in place of complex mathematical or chemical formulas or tables within the abstract:

[Formula: see text]

[Table: see text]

This text should only be used for formulas or tables that cannot be represented in any other manner.

How do I use the tag?

The  tag is an optional tag available to publishers who want to include information about the publication history of their citations.

The  tag includes PubStatus attributes, which may contain only one of the following values for each datein the publication history:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Any PubDate in History must be an exact PubDate, one that includes valid values in the ,  and  tags.

The  tag plays an important part in the process of submitting Ahead of Print citations. If a citation is submitted using the "aheadofprint" attribute in the tag and is later replaced using the "ppublish" attribute, we recommend that the publisher "move" the Ahead of Print date to the tag in the Replacement File. This will enable the citation to retain the ahead of print publish date in PubMed. For more details, see our All About Ahead of Print page.

The can be used to tag the individual publication date of an online-only article.

Citations with PubStatus=”epublish” or PubStatus=”aheadofprint” can only be submitted for publication date years greater than or equal to 2000.

How should I submit versioned citations?

What are versions?

Revisions, scientific updates, and updates of reviews are examples of content that could be versioned. Versions are not intended for correcting specific errors in an article, for which published errata notices should continue to be used (see NLM’s Fact Sheet).

How will versions be identified?

The PMID of a versioned citation will remain constant while each version will have a unique version number assigned by PubMed. The combination of PMID and version number in the format PMID.version (e.g., (20029611.2) will be a unique identifier. All citations not versioned will be considered version 1.

There may be occasions when a specific version will be deleted. In these cases, the version number assigned to the deleted version will be skipped, and the next version of the citation will be assigned the following version number. Version numbers will not be reused.

Required data elements

The Publisher DTD contains two optional attributes to the Article tag: VersionID and VersionDate.

<!ATTLIST Article
VersionID CDATA #IMPLIED
VersionDate CDATA #IMPLIED>

VersionID is the identifier for the specific version of the article as chosen by the publisher/data provider. It has no effect on the version number assigned by PubMed. VersionID is a string and can be anything (e.g. 2, JSmithv2, 123456.2) but must be unique per PMID. Please note that VersionID is case-sensitive, and we do not remove spaces or punctuation during processing.

VersionDate is date the version was published. We recommend using a standard date format such as 2009/09/01. The data in this field will display in the [revised] notation on the citation, e.g., PublicationDate [revised VersionDate].

We recommend retaining the publication date of the original article in the PublicationDate field of subsequent versions and placing the version publication date in the VersionDate field.

How to tag a new version

To submit new version of an existing PubMed citation, create an XML file using tags referring to the PMID of the prior version. Assign a new VersionID and VersionDate.

Here is a sample section of an XML file showing the VersionID, VersionDate, and Replaces tagging:


Public Library of Science
PLoS Curr
2157-3999