--- layout: post status: publish published: true title: Semantically marking up JATS bibliographies using meTypeset and Zotero wordpress_id: 3157 wordpress_url: https://www.martineve.com/?p=3157 date: !binary |- MjAxNC0wNy0wNSAxNTowMDo0MSArMDIwMA== date_gmt: !binary |- MjAxNC0wNy0wNSAxNDowMDo0MSArMDIwMA== categories: - Technology - Open Access tags: - XML - meTypeset - JATS comments:  ---
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the potential for producing semantically rich JATS element-citations by using Zotero's built-in CSL engine. A short while after writing that post, I wondered whether it might, instead, be possible and better to directly link my typesetter to a Zotero database. I quickly mocked up a prototype using an improved version of the libzotero library in Qnotero for the Zotero interaction.
A full initial implementation of this, which replaces the original meTypeset internal bibliographic database, is now available in the zotero branch of meTypeset.
The process for Zotero typesetting in meTypeset is now, as follows: