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Re: Converting XML to SKOS

From: Ian Townend <ian.townend@nhs.net>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 23:13:52 +0100
Message-ID: <469FE220.7090700@nhs.net>
To: Jean Graef <jean.graef@montague.com>
CC: public-esw-thes@w3.org

If you posted the XML file (or a small sample if it's large) to the list 
then maybe someone (me if I have some time) could create you a transform 
with comments in it to help you.


*Ian Townend*
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Jean Graef wrote:
> I'm looking for someone to convert a specific XML export file into 
> SKOS format -- and explain what they've done so I can understand it.
> Can anyone recommend people that can do this sort of thing?
> Jean
> -----------------------------------------------
> Jean Graef
> The Montague Institute
> www.montague.com <http://www.montague.com>
> -----------------------------------------------

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