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Tools for using article data in Python.

Project description

elife-tools

Tools for using article data in Python

Supports

  • Python >=3.5

Non-Python dependencies

  • libxml2 (Ubuntu, Arch)

Install for users

Install via pip:

$ pip install elifetools

You might need to install libxml manually first

$ sudo STATIC_DEPS=true pip install lxml==3.4.1

To install the latest version directly from git

$ pip install git+https://github.com/elifesciences/elife-tools.git@master

or you can add it to your project’s requirements.txt file

git+https://github.com/elifesciences/elife-tools.git@master

Install for developers

Clone the git repo

Make a virtualenv (optional)

Then

$ python setup.py install

Example usage

>>> from elifetools import parseJATS as parser
>>> soup = parser.parse_document('tests/sample-xml/elife-kitchen-sink.xml')
>>> print(parser.doi(soup))

More code examples can be found in tests/basic_usage_test.py

Testing

You can run the full automated test suite from the base folder with:

$ python -m unittest discover tests

or you can run tests with coverage:

$ coverage run -m unittest discover tests

and then view the coverage report:

$ coverage report -m

License

The MIT License

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