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oXygen is a software tool that facilitates creating XML files. It includes several useful features: it creates header information for your records, it "validates" documents to let you know whether your XML is valid, and with some schemas it helps you fill in elements to ensure that your record is complete.
The image below shows the basics of the oXygen editing interface: this is the screen in which you'll edit and validate an XML document.