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[EP-tech] Re: Import Medatada and Files



Hi Andy!
I am new to working with Eprints.

Now that you've followed the steps set me. How could it import?

Thanks!

2015-09-22 10:30 GMT-06:00 Andy Reid <Andy.Reid at lshtm.ac.uk>:

> If you do an export of 'EP3 with files Embedded'  that will show you the
> basic layout you need, and you just need to strip out the eprintID ,
> documentID and fileID tags in order to have each of those entities to make
> a template that will create them on the fly with new IDs.  If you have
> multiple files per eprint you probably want each file inside a separate
> document tag.
>
> Here's one I prepared earlier:
>
>
>
> <eprints>
>
>  <eprint>
> <type>
> article
> </type>
> <publication_abbrev>
> Am J Epidemiol
> </publication_abbrev>
> <publication>
> American journal of epidemiology
> </publication>
> <issn>
> 0002-9262
> </issn>
> <eissn>
> 1476-6256
> </eissn>
> <isbn/>
> <book_title/>
> <pmid>
> 26022663
> </pmid>
> <isi/>
> <id_number>
> 10.1093/aje/kwv010
> </id_number>
> <title>
> Analysis of preventive interventions for malaria: exploring partial and
> complete protection, and total and primary intervention effects
> </title>
> <date>
> 2015
> </date>
> <volume/>
> <number/>
> <publisher/>
> <place_of_pub/>
> <pagerange/>
> <creators>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Cairns
> </family>
> <given>
> M
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Cheung
> </family>
> <given>
> YB
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Xu
> </family>
> <given>
> Y
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Asante
> </family>
> <given>
> KP
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Owusu-Agyei
> </family>
> <given>
> S
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Diallo
> </family>
> <given>
> D
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Konate
> </family>
> <given>
> AT
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Dicko
> </family>
> <given>
> A
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Chandramohan
> </family>
> <given>
> D
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Greenwood
> </family>
> <given>
> B
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> <item>
> <name>
> <family>
> Milligan
> </family>
> <given>
> P
> </given>
> </name>
> <id/>
>
> </item>
> </creators>
> <divisions>
> <item>
> ITDC
> </item>
> <item>
> EPID
> </item>
> </divisions>
> <ispublished>
> pub
> </ispublished>
> <keywords/>
> <abstract>
> Event dependence, the phenomenon in which future risk depends on past
> disease history, is not commonly accounted for in the statistical models
> used by malaria researchers. However, recently developed methods for the
> analysis of repeated events allow this to be done, while also accounting
> for heterogeneity in risk and nonsusceptible subgroups. Accounting for
> event dependence allows separation of the primary effect of an intervention
> from its total effect, which is composed of its primary effect on risk of
> disease and its secondary effect mediated by event dependence. To
> illustrate these methods and show the insights they can provide, we have
> reanalyzed 2 trials of seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) in Bouss?,
> Burkina Faso, and Kati, Mali, in 2008-2009, as well as a trial of
> intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in infants in Navrongo, Ghana,
> in 2000-2004. SMC completely protects a large fraction of recipients, while
> intermittent preventive treatment in infants provides modest partial
> protection, consistent with the rationale of these 2 different
> chemopreventive approaches. SMC has a primary effect that is substantially
> greater than the total effect previously estimated by trials, with the
> lower total effect mediated by negative event dependence. These methods
> contribute to an understanding of the mechanisms of protection from these
> interventions and could improve understanding of other tools to control
> malaria, including vaccines.
> </abstract>
> <datestamp/>
> <lastmod/>
> <metadata_visibility>
> show
> </metadata_visibility>
> <date_type>
> published
> </date_type>
> <refereed>
> TRUE
> </refereed>
> <official_url/>
> <documents>
> <document>
> <mime_type/>
> <format>
> text
> </format>
> <language>
> en
> </language>
> <security>
> public
> </security>
> <license>
> cc_by
> </license>
> <main/>
> <content>
> published
> </content>
> <files>
> <file>
> <datasetid>
> document
> </datasetid>
> <filename>
> Manuscript_32.zip
> </filename>
> <mime_type>
> application/zip
> </mime_type>
> <hash>
> 9900cfaca2bb473c1766f278dfae3937
> </hash>
> <hash_type>
> MD5
> </hash_type>
> <filesize>
> 425934
> </filesize>
> <mtime/>
> <data encoding="base64">
>
> UEsDBBQAAAAIAPSGyUYMubkJHn8GACLiCAAnAAAAQ0FJUk5TIC0gZmluYWwgdmVyc2lvbiBhcyBzdWJtaXR0ZWQucGRm7P1ZDPNsuy4GCahacPlpD1oQQlv9Mg+243lI4gwe4jiT48SZnMnxlMROPCbZXbtARVtUoXJQKiZVKgeA6EnFIPWAIlHRVhvRgaoIKIOKoGpLK3GCBFJbBiHyft//r7X+/1u7e7HZh/WrvPZzx36e+7p9D9cdv8lb0iQZxhrUb0r/2r/+L/2vfkMy7E/oT7Ed/IbjfoNM/cizMv/v8tyfsAb6Hf9EsTj2PeWnn36DKD8dfmo2cQr76cf2lf/0y3b6DTL/iWTRX0a/QQY/YSiKMvjPA/UnEvsNsvqJYnCKIX4WaT+hv+l2f+NF7o9l/yjzrj9rQbA//Qb97YZRP/28/yn6DfBbSZNg/lCGowz6KxlBkL+SkeSvZfRXwT+UNVnsD2UEjv9qDY
> ...
> ...
> ...
>
> uP/D1BLAQIAABQAAAAIAPSGyUYMubkJHn8GACLiCAAnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABDQUlSTlMgLSBmaW5hbCB2ZXJzaW9uIGFzIHN1Ym1pdHRlZC5wZGZQSwUGAAAAAAEAAQBVAAAAY38GAAAA
> </data>
> </file>
> </files>
> </document>
> </documents>
> </eprint>
> </eprints>
> >>> Edwin Gamez <edwingamez19 at gmail.com> 22 September 2015 17:08 >>>
> Hello everyone.
>
> I wonder if there is any way to import the metadata along with the files.
> You could do it through a script?
>
> Thanks everyone!
>
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