Editing Workflow:PDF/A validation and metadata extraction

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The workflow begins with creation of a corpus of test files which is constructed using the UK Web Archive search interface (for example see [https://www.webarchive.org.uk/shine/search?query=content_type:%22application/pdf%22%20content_type_version:%221b%22 this]). The result is a list of URLs. These are fetched with Wget to create a large test corpus of predominantly PDF/A files. VeraPDF is then used to validate and extract metadata for each file. XMLstarlet is applied to extract fields of interest from the resulting XML creating a CSV. The CSV is then imported to Excel for analysis.
 
The workflow begins with creation of a corpus of test files which is constructed using the UK Web Archive search interface (for example see [https://www.webarchive.org.uk/shine/search?query=content_type:%22application/pdf%22%20content_type_version:%221b%22 this]). The result is a list of URLs. These are fetched with Wget to create a large test corpus of predominantly PDF/A files. VeraPDF is then used to validate and extract metadata for each file. XMLstarlet is applied to extract fields of interest from the resulting XML creating a CSV. The CSV is then imported to Excel for analysis.
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==List of Tools==
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<!-- List the tools in your workflow in a bulleted list (begin each line with an asterisk). Link to tool entries in COPTR where possible -->
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*UKWA search interface
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*[[GNU_Wget]]
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*[[veraPDF]]
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*XMLstarlet
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*Excel
  
 
==Purpose, context and content==
 
==Purpose, context and content==

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