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ORCiDs in Publication:
From Article Acceptance to Publication
Nature Publishing Group workflow
Rebecca Barr – Copy Editi...
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START:
END:
User submits manuscript
and registers info with NPG
User creates
and validates
ORCiD
Export into Production
...
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“No” if the user has no ORCiD:
• user clicks on “Create one now”
• user is brought to the ORCiD site
• user completes re...
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REGISTRATION BY NPG AUTHORS—STEP 1: MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION
In eJournal Press, the author has the option to create or inse...
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STEP 2: RETRIEVING CO-AUTHOR DATA
In eJournal Press, the ORCiD may be entered to retrieve and autopopulate the fields in...
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STEP 3: EXPORT INTO PRODUCTION TRACKING SYSTEM
Once this information has been entered in eJournal Press and the manuscri...
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STEP 4: XML ADDED TO MANUSCRIPT
When the submission has been edited and is ready for typesetting, the Author Meta Data X...
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STEP 5: ORCiD ADDED TO HTML
If the ORCiD tag is present in the article XML file (example: auid type=”orcid” id=”http://o...
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STEP 7: LINK TO ORCiD SITE
From the journal website, the user clicks on the ORCiD and is brought to the author’s publicl...
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Concluding statements
• NPG is actively promoting and supporting the use of ORCiDs with authors upon
account creation i...
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ORCID iDs in the Academic Publishing Workflow: ORCID iDs in Publication

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ORCID iDs in Publication
Rebecca Barr, Ingrid McNamara, Nature Publishing Group

Learn about the process that NPG is using to integrate ORCID iDs in their publishing workflow. Hear about the challenges that they faced, and what they learned along the way. Also see the choices that they made in displaying ORCID iDs to authors and others.

See related presentations:
https://orcid.org/about/events/orcid-implementation-workshop-publishers-sept-19-2013

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ORCID iDs in the Academic Publishing Workflow: ORCID iDs in Publication

  1. 1. 1 ORCiDs in Publication: From Article Acceptance to Publication Nature Publishing Group workflow Rebecca Barr – Copy Editing Manager Ingrid McNamara – Systems Manager
  2. 2. 2 START: END: User submits manuscript and registers info with NPG User creates and validates ORCiD Export into Production Tracking System (PTS) generates an XML file with ORCiDs from eJP XML file is sent via PTS to Typesetter, who manually adds the XML ORCiD tags to the article XML Article XML is delivered to Web Production; XML with ORCiD is sent to Third-Party Vendors (CrossRef, PubMed, etc.) Manuscript is published online with HTML links to ORCiD site for authors with ORCiDs Manuscript Accept Users view publicly available data when clicking links To PTS To Typesetter To Web Production To Online Publication
  3. 3. 3 “No” if the user has no ORCiD: • user clicks on “Create one now” • user is brought to the ORCiD site • user completes registration process • user is brought back to nature.com • NPG registration form is pre-populated with data sent back from ORCiD site “Yes” if the user has an ORCiD: • user clicks on “Link your nature.com account now” • user is brought to the ORCiD site • user authenticates and approves NPG to access data • user is brought back to nature.com registration • NPG registration form is pre-populated with data sent back from ORCiD site REGISTRATION BY NATURE WEBSITE USERS When registering on nature.com, the user is prompted to confirm whether they have an ORCiD. Checking “Yes” or “No” prompts the user to create or enter their ORCiD. Once the user has registered an ORCiD on nature.com, the ORCiD becomes part of the user’s profile. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  4. 4. 4 REGISTRATION BY NPG AUTHORS—STEP 1: MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION In eJournal Press, the author has the option to create or insert their ORCiD while submitting the manuscript. Once registered, the author is directed to the ORCiD site to create an ORCiD and link to their account. After this step is completed, the ORCiD becomes part of the author profile.
  5. 5. 5 STEP 2: RETRIEVING CO-AUTHOR DATA In eJournal Press, the ORCiD may be entered to retrieve and autopopulate the fields in the submission form. By entering the ORCiD and clicking “Find Person”, corresponding authors can easily add information for co-authors who have already registered their ORCiD within our system; however, they cannot register or validate an ORCiD for a co-author on their behalf. (In this example, the ORCiD has been added for the co-author of the paper.) QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  6. 6. 6 STEP 3: EXPORT INTO PRODUCTION TRACKING SYSTEM Once this information has been entered in eJournal Press and the manuscript has been accepted, the manuscript is exported into the production tracking system (PTS). (Nature Publishing Group uses several different PTS, but for this presentation we’ll focus on Aries ProduXion Manager.) The export into the PTS generates an XML document containing the author and co-authors’ names, affiliations and ORCiDs. This document becomes part of the original submission files for the manuscript along with the original figures, manuscript, supplementary information, etc.
  7. 7. 7 STEP 4: XML ADDED TO MANUSCRIPT When the submission has been edited and is ready for typesetting, the Author Meta Data XML document containing the author names, affiliations and ORCiDs, is assigned to the typesetting team that will eventually create the XML for the manuscript. At present the typesetters obtain the ORCiDs manually from the Author Meta Data XML file.
  8. 8. 8 STEP 5: ORCiD ADDED TO HTML If the ORCiD tag is present in the article XML file (example: auid type=”orcid” id=”http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0084- 9130”/), our builder will create a link to the author’s ORCiD page in the author information box. During the Advance Online Publication (AOP) or issue go live, data is automatically sent to third-party vendors such as CrossRef and PubMed containing the paper’s DOI plus author information, including any ORCiDs that were provided through eJP during the submission process.
  9. 9. 9 STEP 7: LINK TO ORCiD SITE From the journal website, the user clicks on the ORCiD and is brought to the author’s publicly available information on the ORCiD website. The accuracy and completeness of the record in regard to the author’s publications, grants or patents in the public profile are solely the responsibility of the author.
  10. 10. 10 Concluding statements • NPG is actively promoting and supporting the use of ORCiDs with authors upon account creation in eJP and throughout the manuscript submission and acceptance processes. • Although our current process (including the combination of eJP and PTS systems) requires manual handling of ORCiDs by our typesetter, a more integrated system could allow that to be automated. • Even with the one manual step, our process is straightforward and efficient for NPG staff. • NPG is currently incorporating ORCiDs into numerous journals; our remaining journals use an older DTD that doesn’t yet support ORCiDs. For those journals we do provide ORCiDs to third-party vendors (CrossRef, PubMed) via the standard data sends.

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