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RelatonIsoBib

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IsoBib is a Ruby gem that implements the IsoBibliographicItem model.

Installation

Add this line to your application’s Gemfile:

gem 'relaton-iso-bib'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install relaton-iso-bib

Usage

Create ISO bibliographic item

item = RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem.new(
    fetched: "2018-10-21",
    structuredidentifier: RelatonIsoBib::StructuredIdentifier.new(
      type: "sid", project_number: "ISO 1-2:2014", part: 2, subpart: 2,
    ),
    docnumber: "123456",
    title: [
      { type: "title-intro", content: "Metadata", language: "en", script: "Latn" },
      { type: "title-main", content: "Geographic information", language: "en", script: "Latn" },
      { type: "title-part", content: "Part 1: Fundamentals", language: "en", script: "Latn" },
      { type: "main", content: "Metadata - Geographic information - Part 1: Fundamentals", language: "en", script: "Latn" },
      { type: "title-intro", content: "Métadonnées", language: "fr", script: "Latn" },
      { type: "title-main", content: "Information géographique", language: "fr", script: "Latn" },
      { type: "title-part", content: "Partie 1: Principes de base", language: "fr", script: "Latn" },
      { type: "main", content: "Information géographique - Métadonnées - Partie 1: Principes de base", language: "fr", script: "Latn" },
    ],
    edition: "1",
    version: RelatonBib::BibliographicItem::Version.new("2019-04-01", ["draft"]),
    language: %w[en fr],
    script: ["Latn"],
    type: "international-standard",
    docstatus: RelatonBib::DocumentStatus.new(stage: "60", substage: "60"),
    date: [{ type: "published", on: "2014-04" }],
    abstract: [
      { content: "ISO 19115-1:2014 defines the schema required for ...",
        language: "en", script: "Latn", format: "text/plain" },
      { content: "L'ISO 19115-1:2014 définit le schéma requis pour ...",
        language: "fr", script: "Latn", format: "text/plain" },
    ],
    contributor: [
      { entity: { name: "International Organization for Standardization",
                  url: "www.iso.org", abbreviation: "ISO" },
        role: [type: "publisher"] },
      {
        entity: RelatonBib::Person.new(
          name: RelatonBib::FullName.new(
            completename: RelatonBib::LocalizedString.new("John Smith"),
          ),
        ),
        role: [type: "author"],
      },
    ],
    copyright: [{
      owner: [{
        name: "International Organization for Standardization",
        abbreviation: "ISO", url: "www.iso.org"
      }], from: "2014" }],
    link: [
      { type: "src", content: "https://www.iso.org/standard/53798.html" },
      { type: "obp",
        content: "https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#!iso:std:53798:en" },
      { type: "rss", content: "https://www.iso.org/contents/data/standard"\
        "/05/37/53798.detail.rss" },
    ],
    relation: [
      RelatonBib::DocumentRelation.new(
        type: "updates",
        bibitem: RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem.new(
          formattedref: RelatonBib::FormattedRef.new(content: "ISO 19115:2003"),
          docstatus: RelatonBib::DocumentStatus.new(stage: "60", substage: "60"),
        ),
        locality: [
          RelatonBib::BibItemLocality.new("updates", "Reference form"),
        ],
      ),
      RelatonBib::DocumentRelation.new(
        type: "updates",
        bibitem: RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem.new(
          type: "international-standard",
          formattedref: RelatonBib::FormattedRef.new(content: "ISO 19115:2003/Cor 1:2006"),
        ),
      ),
    ],
    series: [
      RelatonBib::Series.new(
        type: "main",
        title: RelatonBib::TypedTitleString.new(
          type: "title-main", content: "ISO/IEC FDIS 10118-3", language: "en", script: "Latn",
        ),
        place: "Serie's place",
        organization: "Serie's organization",
        abbreviation: RelatonBib::LocalizedString.new("ABVR", "en", "Latn"),
        from: "2009-02-01",
        to: "2010-12-20",
        number: "serie1234",
        partnumber: "part5678",
      ),
      RelatonBib::Series.new(
        type: "alt",
        formattedref: RelatonBib::FormattedRef.new(
          content: "serieref", language: "en", script: "Latn",
        ),
      )
    ],
    medium: RelatonBib::Medium.new(
      form: "medium form", size: "medium size", scale: "medium scale",
    ),
    place: ["bib place"],
    extent: [
      RelatonBib::BibItemLocality.new(
        "section", "Reference from", "Reference to"
      ),
    ],
    accesslocation: ["accesslocation1", "accesslocation2"],
    classification: [RelatonBib::Classification.new(type: "type", value: "value")],
    validity: RelatonBib::Validity.new(
      begins: Time.new(2010, 10, 10, 12, 21),
      ends: Time.new(2011, 2, 3, 18,30),
      revision: Time.new(2011, 3, 4, 9, 0),
    ),
    editorialgroup: {
      technical_committee: [{
        name: " ISO/TC 211 Geographic information/Geomatics",
        type: "technicalCommittee", number: 211
      }],
      subcommittee: [{
        name: "International Organization for Standardization",
        type: "ISO", number: 122,
      }],
      workgroup: [RelatonIsoBib::IsoSubgroup.new(
        name: "Workgroup Organization",
        type: "WG", number: 111,
      )],
    },
    ics: [{ field: 35, group: 240, subgroup: 70 }],
  )

=> #<RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem:0x007fc0b88c66a0
 @abstract=
  [#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0b88c5ae8 @content="ISO 19115-1:2014 defines the schema required for ...", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  ...

IsoBibliographicItem Localized Strings

item.title
=> [#<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a640
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e95a500 @content="Metadata", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-intro">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a460
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e95a320 @content="Geographic information", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a280
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e95a140 @content="Part 1: Fundamentals", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-part">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a0a0
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e959f60 @content="Metadata - Geographic information - Part 1: Fundamentals", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e959ec0
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e959d80 @content="Métadonnées", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-intro">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e959ce0
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e959ba0 @content="Information géographique", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e959b00
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e9599c0 @content="Partie 1: Principes de base", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-part">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e959920
  @title=
   #<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e9597e0 @content="Information géographique - Métadonnées - Partie 1: Principes de base", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="main">]

item.title(lang: "en")
=> [#<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a640
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e95a500 @content="Metadata", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-intro">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a460
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e95a320 @content="Geographic information", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a280
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e95a140 @content="Part 1: Fundamentals", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-part">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08e95a0a0
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08e959f60 @content="Metadata - Geographic information - Part 1: Fundamentals", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="main">]

item.abstract(lang: "en").to_s
=> "ISO 19115-1:2014 defines the schema required for ..."

IsoBibliographicItem references

item.shortref(item.structuredidentifier)
=> "ISO1-2-2014"

IsoBibliographicItem URLs

item.url
=> "https://www.iso.org/standard/53798.html"

item.url(:obp)
=> "https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#!iso:std:53798:en"

item.url(:rss)
=> "https://www.iso.org/contents/data/standard/05/37/53798.detail.rss"

IsoBibliographicItem ICS

item.ics
[<RelatonIsoBib::Ics:0x007fd1d92334f0
  @code="35.240.70",
  @description="IT applications in science",
  @description_full="Information technology. Applications of information technology. IT applications in science.",
  @fieldcode="35",
  @groupcode="240",
  @notes=[#<Isoics::Note:0x007fd1d9232f28 @ics_code=nil, @text="Including digital geographic information">],
  @subgroupcode="70">]

IsoBibliographicItem BibliographicDates

item.date
=> [#<RelatonBib::BibliographicDate:0x007fc0aeb88438 @from=nil, @on=#<Date: 2014-04-01 ((2456749j,0s,0n),+0s,2299161j)>, @to=nil, @type="published">]

item.date.filter(type: "published").first.on
=> #<Date: 2014-04-01 ((2456749j,0s,0n),+0s,2299161j)>

IsoBibliographicItem DocumentStatus

item.status
=> #<RelatonBib::DocumentStatus:0x007fc0aeb927d0
 @iteration=nil,
 @stage=#<RelatonBib::DocumentStatus::Stage:0x007fc0aeb92708 @abbreviation=nil, @value="60">,
 @substage=#<RelatonBib::DocumentStatus::Stage:0x007fc0aeb92690 @abbreviation=nil, @value="60">>
wg = item.editorialgroup
=> #<RelatonIsoBib::EditorialGroup:0x007fe519895200
 @secretariat=nil,
 @subcommittee=[#<RelatonIsoBib::IsoSubgroup:0x007fe519894a58 @name="International Organization for Standardization", @number=122, @type="ISO">],
 @technical_committee=[#<RelatonIsoBib::IsoSubgroup:0x007fe519894d78 @name=" ISO/TC 211 Geographic information/Geomatics", @number=211, @type="technicalCommittee">],
 @workgroup=[#<RelatonIsoBib::IsoSubgroup:0x007fe5198c4668 @name="Workgroup Organization", @number=111, @type="WG">]>

Document relations of a standard

item.relation
=> #<RelatonBib::DocRelationCollection:0x007fc0aeb819f8
 @array=
  [#<RelatonBib::DocumentRelation:0x007fc0aeb90610
    @bibitem=
     #<RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem:0x007fc0aeb91330
  ...

Reference modification: convert to all parts reference

In ISO, an All Parts reference is a reference to all parts of a standard. If a standard consists of parts, only those parts are referenced in the ISO web site (as retrieved by the isobib gem). A part reference is converted to an All Parts reference by making the part reference a partOf relation to a new reference, which strips the part number and part title of the original, and its abstract. The operation is destructive.

all_parts_item = item.to_all_parts
=> #<RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem:0x007fc0aec00960
 @abstract=[],
 @accesslocation=["accesslocation1", "accesslocation2"],
 @all_parts=true,
 ...

all_arts_item.title(lang: "en")
=> [#<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08f388dd8
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08f388d10 @content="Metadata", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-intro">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08f388b58
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08f388b08 @content="Geographic information", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc08f3888d8
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc08f388888 @content="Metadata – Geographic information", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="main">]

all_arts_item.shortref(item.structuredidentifier)
=> "ISO1(allparts):2014: All Parts"

all_arts_item.relation.last.bibitem.title
=> [#<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7bd28
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb7bad0 @content="Metadata", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-intro">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7ba30
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb7b8c8 @content="Geographic information", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7b800
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb7b5f8 @content="Part 1: Fundamentals", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-part">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7b558
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb7b288 @content="Metadata - Geographic information - Part 1: Fundamentals", @format="text/plain", @language=["en"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7b148
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb7ae00 @content="Métadonnées", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-intro">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7ac48
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb7a888 @content="Information géographique", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-main">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7a6d0
  @title=#<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb7a400 @content="Partie 1: Principes de base", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="title-part">,
 #<RelatonBib::TypedTitleString:0x007fc0aeb7a2c0
  @title=
   #<RelatonBib::FormattedString:0x007fc0aeb79f28 @content="Information géographique - Métadonnées - Partie 1: Principes de base", @format="text/plain", @language=["fr"], @script=["Latn"]>,
  @type="main">]

Reference modification: convert to most recent reference

In ISO, an undated reference is interpreted as a de dicto reference to the most recent instance of the reference; if the document is read after a new version of the reference has been issued, the reference is taken to refer to that new instance, even if that instance had not been published at the time the bibliography was authored. All references on the ISO web site (as retrieved by the isobib gem) are dated. A dated reference is converted to a Most Recent referece by making the dated reference an instance relation to a new reference, which strips the date of publication of the original, and its abstract. The operation is destructive.

all_parts_item.date
=> [#<RelatonBib::BibliographicDate:0x007fc0aeb88438 @from=nil, @on=#<Date: 2014-04-01 ((2456749j,0s,0n),+0s,2299161j)>, @to=nil, @type="published">]

most_recent_ref_item = all_parts_item.to_most_recent_reference
most_recent_ref_item.date
=> []

most_recent_ref_item.shortref(most_recent_ref_item.structuredidentifier)
=> "ISO1(allparts): All Parts"

XML serialization

item.to_xml(bibdata: true)
=> "<bibdata>
  <fetched>2018-10-21</fetched>
  <title type="title-main" format="text/plain" language="en" script="Latn">Metadata</title>
  <title type="title-intro" format="text/plain" language="en" script="Latn">Geographic information</title>
  <title type="title-part" format="text/plain" language="en" script="Latn">Part 1: Fundamentals</title>
  <title type="main" format="text/plain" language="en" script="Latn">Metadata - Geographic information - Part 1: Fundamentals</title>
  ...
</bibdata>"

item.to_xml(bibdata: true, note: [{ type: "note type", text: "test note" }])
=> "<bibdata>
  <fetched>2018-10-21</fetched>
  <title type="title-main" format="text/plain" language="en" script="Latn">Metadata</title>
  ...
  <note format="text/plain" type="note type">test note</note>
  ...
</bibdata>"

Export bibliographic item to BibTeX

item.to_bibtex
=> "@international-standard{john2014a,
  tile = {Information géographique - Métadonnées - Partie 1: Principes de base},
  edition = {1},
  author = {Smith, John},
  publisher = {International Organization for Standardization},
  address = {bib place},
  year = {2014},
  month = apr,
  type = {value},
  timestamp = {2018-10-21},
  url = {https://www.iso.org/standard/53798.html},
  month_numeric = {4}
}"

Exporting bibliographic item to AsciiBib

item.to_asciibib
=> "[%bibitem]
== {blank}
id:: ISOTC211
fetched:: 2020-08-19
title::
title.type:: title-intro
title.content:: Metadata
title.language:: en
title.script:: Latn
title.format:: text/plain
itle::
title.type:: title-main
title.conten:: Geographic information
..."

Create bibliographic item form YAML

hash = YAML.load_file 'spec/examples/iso_bib_item.yml'
=> {"id"=>"ISO/TC211",
...

bib_hash = RelatonIsoBib::HashConverter.hash_to_bib hash
=> {:id=>"ISO/TC211",
...

RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem.new **bib_hash
=> #<RelatonIsoBib::IsoBibliographicItem:0x007fdb95ba98e8
...

BibliographicItem

The ISO standards use a subset of the generic bibliographic fields specified in the IsoBibliographicItem model:

  • Title:

    • English; French

    • titleIntro; titleMain; titlePart

  • DocIdentifier:

    • project number; part number; technical committee document number

  • Source: the ISO page from which the standard may be purchased or downloaded

  • Type: IsoDocumentType (International Standard, Technical Specification, Technical Report, Publicly Available Specification, International Workshop Agreement, Guide)

  • Project Group:

    • Technical Committee, Subcommittee, Workgroup, Secretariat

    • Technical Committee Number, Subcommittee Number, Workgroup Number

    • Technical Committee Type, Subcommittee Type, Workgroup Type (e.g. JTC)

    • Organization:Name (ISO; other standards organisations, for standards jointly published with ISO)

  • ICS: refer https://www.iso.org/publication/PUB100033.html

  • Status

    • Stage, Substage

  • Edition

  • Date:Published

  • Abstract

  • Relations

    • Obsoletes, Updates

All FormattedString instances are returned by default as a text/plain string; if required, they are returned as a text/html string.

Development

After checking out the repo, run bin/setup to install dependencies. Then, run rake spec to run the tests. You can also run bin/console for an interactive prompt that will allow you to experiment.

To install this gem onto your local machine, run bundle exec rake install. To release a new version, update the version number in version.rb, and then run bundle exec rake release, which will create a git tag for the version, push git commits and tags, and push the .gem file to [rubygems.org](https://rubygems.org).

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at USERNAME/relaton-iso-bib.

License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the [MIT License](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT).