24th May, 2014
Opportunities to enhance
peer review processes
Mark Patterson
• Improved tools for pre-publication peer
review process
• Support for portable peer review
• Aggregation of post-publicat...
Peer review at eLife
Full
submission
Editor plus
external
reviewer(s)
Decision
after peer
review
Revision
assessed
by edit...
The inspiration for…
eLife Lens http://lens.elifesciences.org/
How Lens works
In NLM XML most
links are one-way
In Lens JSON we
make two-way links
explicit
XML JSON HTML
All of this happens in the browser via
javascript
EJP TNQ
Journal management system Typesetters
80% XML80% XML
+ Lens
Deploying Lens in peer review
XML JSON HTML
What we’d also like to do
Authors edit in Lens
Reviewers annotate in Lens
• Transfer rejected articles and the review
reports to another journal for a quick
decision
• Aggregate post-publication r...
Ivan Grubisic Michael Aufreiter Graham Nott
Concept, prototype
testing, development
Front end, javascript,
interface, deve...
2014 hypothes.is peer review meeting
2014 hypothes.is peer review meeting
2014 hypothes.is peer review meeting
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2014 hypothes.is peer review meeting

  1. 1. 24th May, 2014 Opportunities to enhance peer review processes Mark Patterson
  2. 2. • Improved tools for pre-publication peer review process • Support for portable peer review • Aggregation of post-publication review Could do better…
  3. 3. Peer review at eLife Full submission Editor plus external reviewer(s) Decision after peer review Revision assessed by editor Consultation amongst reviewers Single set of instructions Limit rounds of revision
  4. 4. The inspiration for…
  5. 5. eLife Lens http://lens.elifesciences.org/
  6. 6. How Lens works
  7. 7. In NLM XML most links are one-way
  8. 8. In Lens JSON we make two-way links explicit
  9. 9. XML JSON HTML All of this happens in the browser via javascript
  10. 10. EJP TNQ Journal management system Typesetters 80% XML80% XML + Lens Deploying Lens in peer review
  11. 11. XML JSON HTML What we’d also like to do Authors edit in Lens Reviewers annotate in Lens
  12. 12. • Transfer rejected articles and the review reports to another journal for a quick decision • Aggregate post-publication review comments What else could we do?
  13. 13. Ivan Grubisic Michael Aufreiter Graham Nott Concept, prototype testing, development Front end, javascript, interface, development XML workflows and back end, image processing Ian Mulvany Oversight, wizardry, enthusias m Acknowledgments

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