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CatMDEdit is a metadata editor tool that facilitates the documentation of resources, focusing on the description of geographic information resources. The metadata conforms to Dublin Core and ISO 19115 (Geographic Information) standards. Automatic metadata generation for some common geospatial data file formats including Shapefile, DGN, ECW, FICC, GeoTiff, GIF/GFW, JPG/JGW, and PNG/PGW.

EndNote is software for managing bibliographic citations. It integrates with Web of Science to allow for quick entry of citations. EndNote Web is also available to licensed users, which allows them to use EndNote when they are away from their own computer. Citations can be output in a large number of citation styles. Plugins exist for word processors and web browsers to enable quick citation.

eXist is an open source database management system built on XML (extensible markup language) technology. eXist stores information (data or metadata) encoded in XML. The database is queried using XQuery (XML query language), and follows many other W3C XML standards, including XPath and XSLT.

eXist includes a query editor and debugger. There is a large library of example data, code and applications that can be adapted.

The Integrated Publishing Toolkit (IPT) is a free open source software tool written in Java that is used to publish and share biodiversity datasets through the GBIF network. The IPT can also be configured with either a DataCite or EZID account in order to assign DOIs to datasets transforming it into a data repository. IPT is aimed at users, coders and translators.

MATT is a Metadata AuThoring Tool that runs from within a web browser and guides you through the writing of metadata using pull-down lists and keywords. The tool has been written using a combination of XHTML and client-side JavaScript. It can be used either over the internet, across a network or offline. When you have finished describing your data, your entries are converted into a machine readable format known as XML.

Mercury is a web-based system to search for metadata and retrieve associated data sets. The Mercury Metadata Editor creates a subset of standard FGDC metadata, along with data documentation that can be used in the Mercury search tool. The Mercury Metadata Editor:

Metavist is a metadata editor for the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) spatial metadata standard and for the Biological Data Profile.

Morpho a program that can be used to enter metadata, which are then stored in a file that conforms to the Ecological Metadata Language (EML) specification. Information about people, sites, research methods, and data attributes are among the metadata collected. Data can be stored with the metadata in the same file.

mp (metadata parser) is a compiler to parse formal metadata, checking the syntax against the FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata and generating output suitable for viewing with a web browser or text editor. mp generates a textual report indicating errors in the metadata, primarily in the structure but also in the values of some of the scalar elements (that is, those whose values are restricted by the standard).

Specify 6 is a metadata management and collections holdings system that allows you to track specimen and tissue transactions. It manages specimen data such as descriptions of collecting locations, participants and determination histories as well as information about collections transactions such as loans, exchanges, accessions and gifts.

Tkme is a program for creating and modifying formal metadata that conforms to the Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata devised by the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC). Tkme is related to its progenitor, Xtme which ran exclusively on Unix systems.

Xtme is a program for creating and modifying formal metadata that conforms to the Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata devised by the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC)ÅÇ Xtme has a number of command line options and shortcuts to ease the navigation and editing among the information placeholders.

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