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Please visit the ArchProteus website at
http://members.home.net:80/archprot/

They have been doing MARC to SGML/EAD conversions for some time now.


Dave Pawson wrote:
>
> Try http://helmer.hit.uib.no/malvine/1marccon.txt
>
> mentioned from the malvine project home page
> at http://helmer.hit.uib.no/malvine/EADpage.html
>
> (and thank Tone Merete Bruvik for her presentation
> at EAD EU in London yesterday <grin/>)
>
> HTH DaveP
>
> >
> >Back in June this year there was some discussion on this list
> >of converting
> >MARC records to SGML format using scripts available from the
> >LC MARC SGML
> >site http://lcweb.loc.gov/marc/marcsgml.html and then using the
> >transformation capabilities of XSL to convert them from MARC
> >DTD to EAD DTD.
> >Michael Fox mentioned that such techniques would be discussed
> >in the EAD
> >Application Guidelines (which I haven't read yet).
> >
> >What I need to know is where I can find a document which
> >explicitly maps
> >MARC fields/sub-fields to EAD elements.  Is there an
> >"official" mapping that
> >I am overlooking, or are people just developing their own
> >mappings for their
> >own projects?  If the latter, is anyone willing to share the
> >fruits of their
> >labour?
> >
> >I'd be grateful for any advice.
> >
> >
> >Stewart Unwin
> >Web Services Branch
> >National Library of Australia
> >
> >Tel: +61-2 6262 1544
> >Fax: +61-2 6273 3648
> >E-mail: [log in to unmask]
> >

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