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Meet Physiome

Rapid open publication workflow needs can be substantially divergent from traditional publication workflows. There are similarities in the need to efficiently manage submission, and deliver the author a simple experience while still obtaining all the necessary files and metadata. At the same time, for rapid publications whether and how peer review is managed varies, as…

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Looking back at the PubSweet Collaboration Week

We’ve been waiting years for this moment to come and now that it did, I can say it was worth the wait! What am I talking about? Why the PubSweet collaboration week, of course! Specifically, I’m talking about asking multiple organizations, with diverse goals and approaches, to contribute their components and other improvements back to…

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Europe PMC Plus at JATS Con

Europe PMC plus is the manuscript submission system for authors supported by Europe PMC funders. It has been developed as a fully open source application built against PubSweet within the community, which includes eLife and Hindawi in addition to others. At JATS Con this week, Audrey Hamelers Data Wrangler and Project Lead at the European Bioinformatics Institute‘s Literature Services, presented a poster and…

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PubSweet Collaboration Week – May 7 – 13

About three years ago, we set out to build a framework for building publishing software with components. Take a component here, a component there, make one on your own, and, presto! you have your custom publishing platform! While the framework itself has matured significantly, we’re not there yet in terms of the available components and how…

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The launch of EuropePMC Plus, a PubSweet platform

We are delighted to share the news that the new Europe PMC Plus, a new PubSweet platform, launched today! The new version of Europe PMC plus has been designed to simplify and streamline the submission process. All that’s needed to complete a submission to Europe PMC plus are citation details, submission files, and funding information….

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Increase transparency by adding CRediT to workflow with PubSweet

In the PubSweet Community we are about contribution and reuse. Meanwhile, the CRediT taxonomy is all about transparently recognizing contributions to research. As such, we are pleased to announce that CRediT is implemented within CalTech’s Wormbase Micropublications platform, which is developed using PubSweet. This means that all other organizations within the community who are also…

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Meet PREreview

We recently shared a list of platforms being developed with PubSweet. PREreview is one such platform at the earlier stages of development and community participation. We interviewed PREreview Co-founder Daniela Saderi to gain a deeper understanding of the who, what, and why of PREreview.     Is PREreview the name of your platform, with a…

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Community-led construction: A peek inside OHBM’s journey toward Aperture

The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) has set its sights on Aperture: a new initiative to develop an open publishing platform by and for their own community. More than a platform, Aperture aims to rethink the ‘norms’ associated with communicating academic research, bringing transparency and interactivity to the publishing process. Initial focus will be…

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PubSweet Meet Preview

It’s almost time for the first PubSweet meeting of 2019, so we wanted to share a few details! If you are wondering, What is a PubSweet meeting? The PubSweet Community includes all organizations who are developing platforms collaboratively, sharing Coko technology and methodology. This means that attendees of these meetings, which happen roughly once quarterly, are both…

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