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Hugo Hugo is a static HTML and CSS website generator written in Go. Hugo takes a directory with content and templates and renders them into a full HTML website.
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Hy-phen Hy-phen is a JavaScript implementation of the TeX hyphenation algorithm.
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Hyphenopoly Hyphenopoly is a JavaScript library for providing robust hyphenation in HTML, especially while hyphenation remains patchily supported by web browsers, especially across multiple languages. Hyphenopoly provides hyphenation dictionaries and algorithms derived from Francis M Liang's classic TeX hyphenation algorithm. Hyphenopoly can be dropped in to any website. Hyphenopoly supercedes an earlier JS system Hyphenator.
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Hypher Hypher is a hyphenation engine written in JavaScript for web browsers using jQuery. It comes with hy
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Tectonic Tectonic is a modern LaTeX typesetting application, designed to be self-contained and easy to install. It automatically downloads support files so users don't have to install a full LaTeX system in order to start using Tectonic. Tectonic can use modern OpenType fonts and is fully Unicode-enabled.
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Signposting Signposting is an approach to make the scholarly web more friendly to machines. It uses Typed Links as a means to clarify patterns that occur repeatedly in scholarly portals. For resources of any media type, these typed links are provided in HTTP Link headers. For HTML resources, they may additionally be provided in HTML link elements. (from https://signposting.org)
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Pandoc Pandoc is a robust, multi-format document conversion tool that can read from and write to a vast number of file formats. Pandoc can work with a range of markup formats, markdown, word-processor files, and it supports integration with tools like LaTeX and reference managers, as well as a host of web-based formats. Several different input and exports formats for math are handled, including MathJax, LaTeX, and translation to MathML. Pandoc also includes a powerful system for automatic citations and bibliographies. Pandoc is usable as a command-line tool as well as an integrated library, and is used in several other publishing toolkits.
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Grobid GROBID (or Grobid) stands for GeneRation Of BIbliographic Data. It is a machine-learning library for extracting, parsing, and re-structuring journal articles in PDF format into structured TEI-encoded documents that can then be transformed to JATS XML.
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