I've worked with Stylus Studio XML spy in the past and found it to be a
helpful xml editing tool. I guess the newer version is Stylus Studio XML
spy "branched off". I had a tool that was much like Archivist Toolkit
(but designed for ecology metadata) that worked for things in general
but every once in awhile I jumped into XML spy to use some of its time
saving features, such as a table view where I could cut and past a long
list of items in. However Stylus Studio is not specifically for EAD.
Michele R Combs wrote:
> Hello List --
> I'm in the process of compiling a list of tools that make authoring (or updating) EAD simpler/easier. I'm already aware of the items listed at http://www.archivists.org/saagroups/ead/tools.html, the web-based templates used by OAC, and the add-ons for NoteTab. I'm also aware of the various database options that output EAD, such as Archon and AT, but what I'm specifically looking for are examples of tools that simplify the *direct* authoring/editing of EAD files. These might be as simple as a css style sheet for XMetaL that masks the complexity of the raw EAD so it's easier to fill in the content, or as sophisticated as Justin Banks' XForms tool. A while ago someone posted a link to a video about how to use Excel and MailMerge for long inventories -- very inventive. Any and all such tools are of interest, though of course the easier it would be for someone else to pick up and use, the better.
> Thanks in advance --
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> Michele Combs
> Manuscripts Librarian
> Special Collections Research Center
> Syracuse University Libraries
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> Syracuse, NY 13244
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