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XML-based editorial workflow, or how to extract more value from the same source?
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  • “ To set up the means, tools and infrastructure to produce a more rational and a more effective framework for European Biodiversity research”
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    • 1. XML-based editorial workflow ( or how to extract more value from the same source ) ? Teodor Georgiev & Lyubomir Penev Pensoft Publishers info @ pensoft.net Workpackage 6 Scholarly publishing ViBRANT Virtual Biodiversity
    • 2. Who we are & what we do
      • Pensoft Publishers enters VIBRANT with:
      • Elaborated XML-based editorial workflow based on the TaxPub, that generates HTML and NLM-compliant XML versions of each paper, beyond the PDF
      • The workflow also includes tools for tagging and consequent semantic enhancements to taxonomic texts
      • Several tools for automated export and harvesting of the published information
      • A web crawler for creating a taxon profile “on the fly”
      • A prototype of manuscript generation from Scratchpads was elaborated and published in July 2010
      • A prototype of data paper manuscript from GBIF is under active development
      • Experienced and motivated staff
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    • 3. What we will do in ViBRANT
      • The ViBRANT Challenges:
      • Creating authoring tools that will facilitate creating manuscripts in XML – from Scratchpads, GBIF, vSysLab database, authors’ databases, HTML form, etc.
      • P rovide an online open peer-review and editorial system that will automate the process at the possible and reasonable maximum
      • Make the published content disseminated as widely as possible, through the existing and newly developed tools
      • Make the platform widely used by taxonomic journals
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    • 4. How we will do that? Source : Blagoderov et al . 2010, ZooKeys 50.
    • 5. Who are our users & how will they engage?
      • Users of our services will are:
      • t axonomists as authors, content management platform for indexing and aggregating biodiversity information (Scrat c hpads, GBIF, vSysLab, Leifedesks, etc.); electronic registers of nomenclatural acts (IPNI, Mycobank, ZooBank); ecologists, conservationists; bibliographic databases
      of 5 Usage Engag e ment Metrics Number of manuscripts submitted and published via the Biodiversity Data Journal Number visits on BDJ Number of users who automatically index the published information

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