IDEAS home Printed from, a script converting html data to ReDIF


  • Christopher Baum

    () (Department of Economics, Boston College)


This perl program grabs a html file and generates the ReDIF data used in RePEc. Of course, all is dependent on how the data is organized in html, but this script can be adapted to specific needs. This version is adapted for the web pages of the IMF Occasional Papers.

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  • Christopher Baum, 2000. ", a script converting html data to ReDIF," RePEc scripts imfocpcvt, RePEc Team.
  • Handle: RePEc:rpc:script:imfocpcvt

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