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Re: Exporting notebooks to xml (cnxml)

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg61831] Re: [mg61823] Exporting notebooks to xml (cnxml)
  • From: "G. Raymond Brown" <gbrown at runbox.com>
  • Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 06:10:08 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <200510310617.BAA28580@smc.vnet.net>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Mathgroup,

My original submission was truncated.  The remainder is given below.

-GRB-

From: "G. Raymond Brown"
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg61831] [mg61823] Exporting notebooks to xml (cnxml)

> Mathgroup,
>
> I'm mostly a lurker on this listserv - my apologies for forgetting to
> fill in the subject field on the one response that made distribution. I
> have learned quite a lot about Mathematica by lurking.
>
> I would like some suggestions from the experts. I have Mathematica
> notebooks (in the Classroom style, designed for educational purposes)
> consisting mostly of text cells in the Section and Subsection levels,
> with numerous inline expressions and equations within the text cells,
all
> in TraditionalForm (slightly modified to retain some Mathematica
> conventions that I find heuristically useful, such as square brackets
> enclosing function arguments). Some cells at these levels are images
> (rendered graphics objects that I want to be linked to the main file as
> JPEG images). They also contain input and output cells, which are
> contained at the Subsubsection level.
>
> I'm using Mathematica Version 5.1.1.0 in a Windows XP environment.
>
> I want to export the notebooks to XML + MathML files in the cnxlm
flavor
> described at http://cnx.rice.edu/. I'd prefer that the cells at the
> Subsubsection level not appear in the exported XML file. (This is not a
> big deal - I can easily edit them out.)
>
> I'm having some trouble understanding the help documentation for the
> Export function. The syntax is Export[file.ext,expr]. The expr needed
> appears to be NotebookObject[fe,id], where fe is a FrontEndObject and
id
> is an "integer that gives a unique serial number for this open
notebook=94.

I=92m running only one FrontEnd (the one that opens when I click on the
Mathematica icon on my Dell laptop). How do I determine the values of fe
and id for use in NotebookObject?

Also, what should I set for ConversionOptions? For a previously
successful conversion (using MS Word as an intermediary and laboriously
inserting the MathML expressions by hand, one-by-one, an experience I do
not wish to repeat), the leading tags in the resulting file are:

<?xml version=3D=941.0=94 encoding=3D=94utf-8=94 standalone=3D=94no=94?>
<!DOCTYPE document PUBLIC =93-//CNX//DTD CNXML 0.5 plus MathML//EN=94
=93http://cnx.rice.edu/cnxml/0.5/DTD/cnxml_mathml.dtd=94>
<document xmls=3D=94http://cnx.rice.edu/cmxml=94
xmlns:md=3D=94http://cnx.rice.edu/mdml/0.4 =93
xmlns:m=3D=94http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML/=94
id=3D=94none=94>

I can=92t even read this, much less understand it, which pretty well
establishes my level of understanding of XML. But I think it tells me
what should appear in ConversionOptions.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

-GRB-


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