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Mind mapping in scholarly e-publishing


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Mind Mapping in scholarly e-publishing. The future of e-publishing.

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Mind mapping in scholarly e-publishing

  1. 1. Mind Mapping in scholarly e-publishing (C) Infoseg
  2. 2. Table of Contents• Limitations of PDF for e-publishing• The Mind Mapping Template• Entering the information into the template• Automatic conversion into a Word file• Conversion into a PDF file• Inclusion of the PDF file as an attachment• Advantages of Mind Mapping (C) Infoseg
  3. 3. Limitations of PDF e-publishing (C) Infoseg
  4. 4. Limitations of PDF e-publishing• No context and no structure due to its linear content• Difficult to read programmatically• Non-dynamic display of information• Large data sets use a significant number of the available pages• Reduced collaborative work on the internet• Bad resolution imaging• No sound, no videos, no hyperlinks when not connected to the internet• Tends to replicate printed pages (C) Infoseg
  5. 5. A Mind Mapping proposal for e-publishing (C) Infoseg
  6. 6. A Mind Mapping proposal for e-publishing• Get a Mind Mapping template• Enter structure and information into the Mind Map template• Convert the Mind Map to Word• Format the content in Word• Export to PDF• Link the PDF and include it into the Mind Map• Share the Mind Map on the Cloud for Collaboration and Review (C) Infoseg
  7. 7. The Mind Map template (C) Infoseg
  8. 8. Overview of a template (C) Infoseg
  9. 9. Detail of the Authors (C) Infoseg
  10. 10. Detail of the abstract (C) Infoseg
  11. 11. Detail of the Outline and Content (C) Infoseg
  12. 12. Detail of the References (C) Infoseg
  13. 13. Entering the information into the template (C) Infoseg
  14. 14. Article example created with:SCIgen - An Automatic CS Paper Generator (C) Infoseg
  15. 15. Title of the article (C) Infoseg
  16. 16. Authors(C) Infoseg
  17. 17. Abstract(C) Infoseg
  18. 18. Outline and Content (C) Infoseg
  19. 19. Introduction (C) Infoseg
  20. 20. Related Work (C) Infoseg
  21. 21. Paragraph 1 of the Framework (C) Infoseg
  22. 22. Figure 1 of the Framework (C) Infoseg
  23. 23. Paragraph 2 of the Framework (C) Infoseg
  24. 24. Multilevel structure of the Evaluation and Performance Results (C) Infoseg
  25. 25. Sublevels of the Hardware and Software Configuration (C) Infoseg
  26. 26. Figure 2(C) Infoseg
  27. 27. Paragraph in a sublevel (C) Infoseg
  28. 28. Conclusion in a single paragraph (C) Infoseg
  29. 29. References(C) Infoseg
  30. 30. Structure of a reference (C) Infoseg
  31. 31. Authors of a referenced article (C) Infoseg
  32. 32. URL of a hyperlink to an article (C) Infoseg
  33. 33. Automatic conversion into a Word file (C) Infoseg
  34. 34. First page of the Word file (C) Infoseg
  35. 35. Conversion into a PDF file (C) Infoseg
  36. 36. PDF file generated (C) Infoseg
  37. 37. The PDF file is included into the Mind Mapas an attachment (C) Infoseg
  38. 38. PDF file as an attachment (C) Infoseg
  39. 39. Overview of the final result (C) Infoseg
  40. 40. Advantages of Mind Mapping• Structure and context• Readable programmatically• Dynamic display of information• Availability of space for large data sets• Collaborative work on the internet• Availability of several resolutions for images• Embedded sound and videos• Hyperlinks to the internet and other Mind Maps (C) Infoseg
  41. 41. (C) Infoseg
  42. 42. Contact InformationJosé M. Guerrerojm@infoseg.comInfoseg, S.A. Mapping automation (C) Infoseg