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Pubsweet

PubSweet is Coko’s free, open source framework for building state-of-the-art publishing platforms. Built by the Coko team and Coko community.

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NCBI Bookshelf

Built for the NCBI and will replace the current NCBI Bookshelf CMS. It is an extensive project with a lot of internal integrations and migrations. Built by the Coko team.

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HHMI BioInteractive Question Bank

Currently in production, Coko is building an entire workflow around the creation and review of test questions made by science educators for their students. Built by the Coko team.

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Kotahi

Manage the submission, review, and publication of preprints, micropubs, and journals. Kotahi is built for remote teams, accelerating publishing, and reducing costs. Built by the Coko team and (increasingly) the Coko community.

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microPublication.org

WormBase commissioned the Coko team to develop a micropublications platform for their micropublications.org project. It follows a simple micropubs workflow which has been designed and built to allow for its re-purposing by any micropubs use case. Built by the Coko team.

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Editoria

Editoria the fully fledged post-acquisition book production workflow developed by the Coko team in collaboration with the University of California Press (UCP) and the California Digital Library. Editoria is now in live use by UCP, ATLA Press, punctum books, M Publishing, UNC Press/Longleaf Services and Book Sprints. Built by the Coko team.

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Hindawi’s Phenom

Journal submission and peer review platform built by the Hindawi team. Journals publishing and technology organization Hindawi Ltd. has developed a manuscript submission and peer review platform currently in live use. In addition to this, they’ve begun work on additional tools using PubSweet.

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Europe PMC Plus

The EBI (European Bioinformatics Institute) platform, Europe PMC Plus, is a multiple source post-publish QA system for content aggregation (pushing to EuropePMC). Built by the EBI team with initial design support from Coko.

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Libero Reviewer

Manuscript Submission and Peer Review. Built by the eLife team. eLife chose to begin their development by working toward incremental replacement of a previous system.

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Pagedjs

Paged.js is a free and open source JavaScript library that paginates content in the browser to create PDF output from any HTML content. This means you can design works for print (eg. books) using HTML and CSS!. Built by the Coko team with an increasing number of community contributions.

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Wax

a web based word processor. Wax can be configured to meet your application requirements. It is very configurable and extensible. Wax has a number of plugins for various word processing requirements. Built by the Coko team.

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xSweet

A high fidelity MS Word (docx) to HTML converter. Can be used for any application. XSweet extracts the contents of MS Word documents from their underlying XML into HTML, which can be published as-is, imported into an application, or used as a intermediate format to convert it into another format altogether. Built by the Coko team.

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Flax

Flax is a new product (website pending). Flax is a publishing front end, a web presence for content produced in Kotahi and Editoria. Built by the Coko team.

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ScienceBeam

ScienceBeam uses machine learning to convert PDF to XML with high accuracy. Originally built by eLife and gifted to Coko to further develop and maintain.

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Libero Editor

Libero Editor is a JATS XML editor (replacement for Texture). Originally built by eLife and gifted to Coko to further develop and maintain.

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Open Education Network

OEN commissioned Coko to extend Editoria for OER specific use cases. Built by the Coko team.

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Plume

Platform built for the Cour des Comptes (French Court of Audit) for the French Government. Built by the French Government as an extension to Editoria.

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Digital Science

Digital Science‘s has built two platforms with PubSweet. One platform is focused on Award workflows (submission, review, awarding). The second platform is a configurable Journal workflow – this platform currently powers the Physiome Journal.

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Haute école d’art et de design

Haute école d’art et de design (HEAD – Geneva) extended Editoria to meet the needs of there experimental design studies and publishing course.