Oracc and standards

Oracc aims to be compatible with major international standards; see the following documentation:

Schemas

All of Oracc's schemas are available from this page.

O-ATF and C-ATF

Oracc-ATF and CDLI-ATF will soon be documented here.

OpenDocument in the Oracc system

OpenDocument is a powerful XML vocabulary which is an ISO international standard for describing all of the document types that make up an office suite. This document describes how the Oracc software can be used to create and style OpenDocument Text files.

There is also a short, less technical overview here.

Text Encoding Initiative for Oracc

An ATF corpus can be turned into a TEI corpus; this document describes the TEI conventions used and discusses some of the issues in this conversion process.

23 Jul 2014 osc at oracc dot org
 
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