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wjecon.php3, a script converting ReDIF data to html


  • David K. Levine

    () (Department of Economics, UCLA)


The PHP software used to generate the page from RePEc data. o use the program, unzip it and edit the wjecon.conf file to suit yourself (the options are reasonably self-documenting). Then run wjecon.php3 by invoking a command-line php interpreter as php -q wjecon.php3 >name_of_your_html_file.htm If you want, you can run this every night using cron or the windows task scheduler. It creates an html file with the list of papers from RePEc. You can change the jpg files to images of your own choice; same with the style-sheet wjecon.css. The html files were generated using the php files and are included to show what you are supposed to get when you are successful. The penn/princeton-rdf.* files are used to generate rdf-like data for the penn and princeton theory working papers from their web data since they don't provide proper RePEc data. If you need to index a series that isn't found on RePEc you might want to look at these programs to see how they work. See for results.

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  • David K. Levine, 2002. "wjecon.php3, a script converting ReDIF data to html," RePEc scripts wjecon, RePEc Team.
  • Handle: RePEc:rpc:script:wjecon

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