Hello Satu,

You can use HTML tags <sub>subscript</sub> and <sup>superscript</sup> for displaying in web browser, although if you copy that text to simple text editor you will loose formatting. In mathematics it is common to use (when using plain text) ^ for superscript, like x^2, and _ for index, like x_i

2009/12/14 S Nieminen <S.Nieminen@bradford.ac.uk>

Hi All,

 

Can anyone advise me on how to include non-standard characters in the dc.abstract field - or any field at all – when creating a bib record in Dpsace , please? For example, I have an abstract with entries like the following

 GF(pl)

 

but the superscript “l” does not carry through when I copy and paste from e.g. a Word document or from the web. What I end up having is GF(pl). There are many occasions like this where we wish to include mathematical characters that simply won’t transfer to DSpace.

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Satu

 

Ms Satu Nieminen
eResources Librarian

University of Bradford
JB Priestley Library
Richmond Road
Bradford
BD7 1DP
Tel 01274 233400
Fax 01274 233398
Email s.nieminen@bradford.ac.uk

 


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