SSP Seminar: Implementing a Full-XMLWorkflow: Why Isn’t Everyone Doing It?          A Perspective from AIP             Lis...
Agenda AIP: An Introduction   History of Electronic Publishing at AIP   AIP Content Flow Diagram   XML Current Uses; S...
AIP: An IntroductionDefinition• A global scientific information provider• Represents 135,000 scientists, engineers, and ed...
AIP: An Introduction• Scitation C3http://scitation.aip.org/   – Online publishing platform   – C3 is content, context, con...
AIP: An Introduction• Mobile Delivery – iResearchhttp://scitation.aip.org/iphone      – Offline e-reader      – Enables us...
AIP: An IntroductionAIP currently publish (for AIP journals and for our societies):• 111 journals• 285,000 pages• 41,400 a...
History of Electronic Publishing at AIP                                                                             7     ...
History of Electronic Publishing at AIP                                                                             8     ...
History of Electronic Publishing at AIPTimeline Highlights:•    1995: Release of Applied Physics Letters Online, starting ...
History of Electronic Publishing at AIP•   Approx 1995: AIP normalized all input (tex and word) upfront to xyascii    (pro...
AIP Content Flow DiagramExternal non Journal Production  External non Journal Productionfeeds (full text SML and PDF, abst...
XML Current UsesScitation C3. Functionality of Scitation-hosted journal pages greatly enhanced and   enabled by an XML inf...
XML Current UsesNew C3 features include:• Full-text HTML rendering, directly from XML.• Inline reference links and the abi...
XML Current UsesNew C3 features include:• Enhanced search functions, with more options  and better controls to explore ret...
XML Current UsesNew C3 features include:• Upgraded Tables of Contents service - bringing  more information to the forefron...
What the Future Looks LikeBeyond the “SuperArticle”:• Continued development of the SuperArticle: AIP are  becoming a more ...
17Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin                                        June 2010
18Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin                                        June 2010
19Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin                                        June 2010
20Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin                                        June 2010
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22Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin                                        June 2010
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  • Agenda AIP: An Introduction History of Electronic Publishing at AIP XML Current Uses What the Future Looks like: Informatics; the “Article of the Future”
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    1. 1. SSP Seminar: Implementing a Full-XMLWorkflow: Why Isn’t Everyone Doing It? A Perspective from AIP Lisa McLaughlin Director of Informatics and Production June 2, 2010 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    2. 2. Agenda AIP: An Introduction History of Electronic Publishing at AIP AIP Content Flow Diagram XML Current Uses; Scitation C3 What the Future Looks like: Beyond the “SuperArticle” 2 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    3. 3. AIP: An IntroductionDefinition• A global scientific information provider• Represents 135,000 scientists, engineers, and educators• Dedicated to the advancement of physicsFounded by original five member societies for the “advancement and diffusion ofknowledge of the science of physics and its application to human welfare.”As a "society of societies," AIP supports ten member societies and provides aspectrum of services and programs devoted to advancing the science and professionof physics. A pioneer in digital publishing, AIP is also one of the world’s largestpublishers of physics journals and produces the publications of more than 25scientific and engineering societies. Through the years, AIP journals have become world renowned for their conveyance of cutting-edge results. 3 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    4. 4. AIP: An Introduction• Scitation C3http://scitation.aip.org/ – Online publishing platform – C3 is content, context, connections – C3 includes many new features that utilize AIP’s XML• AIP UniPHYhttp://www.aipuniphy.org/Portal/Portal.aspx – Worlds first literature-based professional social networking site for physical scientists – Includes publications in the SPIN (Searchable Physics Information Notices) database – Provides intuitive interfaces for researchers to network and share data Goal: to advance physics research worldwide 4 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    5. 5. AIP: An Introduction• Mobile Delivery – iResearchhttp://scitation.aip.org/iphone – Offline e-reader – Enables users to save PDF files locally to their device and view them offline – Works without a Wifi or cellular connection – Users navigate through the journals to select an article• Article Rental Pilot Program – Working with DeepDyve – Testing feasibility of article rental - single articles for a 24-hour period for just $0.99. – Allows users to read, but not download or print, the full text of an article - the service gives corporations and institutions with more specialized collections affordable access to seminal AIP journal content. – AIP will be offering their new article rental service on an experimental basis until the end of September, 2010. “Netflix for academic journals” 5 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    6. 6. AIP: An IntroductionAIP currently publish (for AIP journals and for our societies):• 111 journals• 285,000 pages• 41,400 articles• “Special publications” e.g. conference proceedings and Physics Today, a member’s magazine 6 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    7. 7. History of Electronic Publishing at AIP 7 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
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    9. 9. History of Electronic Publishing at AIPTimeline Highlights:• 1995: Release of Applied Physics Letters Online, starting with 1994 content in full-text SGML• 1996: Internal linking of content within APL Online• 1997: Launched OJS (Online Journal Service) • Makes transition from the SGML to HTML and content linking within OJS journals and to IOP content• 1999: AIP journal abstracts available to everyone online• 2003: OJS relauched as Scitation• 2005: XML becomes part of the production workflow via XML-in methodology 9 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    10. 10. History of Electronic Publishing at AIP• Approx 1995: AIP normalized all input (tex and word) upfront to xyascii (proprietary Xyvision typesetting codes) for production and did a back end conversion to SGML in-house when the article was complete.• 2005: AIP transitioned to an end-to-end XML process that facilitates re- use and re-purposing, archival preservation, and automation of many content validation processes. Until recently, though, AIP have managed all pre-press production in-house.• 2009: transitioned copyediting and XML conversion offshore to a supplier in the Philippines.• On-going project to transition all production pre-press work offshore to new partners. 10 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    11. 11. AIP Content Flow DiagramExternal non Journal Production External non Journal Productionfeeds (full text SML and PDF, abstracts feeds (full text SML and PDF, abstractsand PDF, abstracts only) and PDF, abstracts only)VQC VQCPXP PXPDBO (AGU, IOP, Nature…)OAI (APS) IOP, Nature…) DBO (AGU, OAI (APS)Accept Manuscript postings Accept Manuscript postingsASCE ASCEASME ASME Publication Archive MarkLogic Polopy Content OJA, eRights,Full electronic feeds from societies Publication Archive MarkLogic Full electronic feeds from societies Library File System Archive”XML Phoenix 14 Management MACS, &and peer-review systems Library File System and peer-review systems Journal XML database XML database System RRE databases Journal /ft xml ProductionScholarOne ScholarOne Production /spinxml /ft sgml /pdf sgmlEditorial Manager /spin Editorial ManagerASME /pdf Media server ASME /highres images Media serverAPS /highres images File System APSOSA MarkLogic MarkLogic File System OSAPXP PXP Archive”XML Phoenix 14 /figures database database /figures /images /images /mmOther submissions: /mm Other submissions:Electronic files only (no metadata) /free (covers) Mets SPIN /free (covers)Hardcopy files only (no metadata) Electronic database Hardcopy database Data Dissemination Data Dissemination SPIN Customers Print Print EBSCO Customers SPIN Vendors EBSCO UniPHY Vendors ISI UniPHY ISI Portico… DeepDyve Portico… DeepDyve APS journal delivery APS journal delivery 11 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    12. 12. XML Current UsesScitation C3. Functionality of Scitation-hosted journal pages greatly enhanced and enabled by an XML infrastructure that can turn granular markup into meaningful content services, reduce discovery time, and dynamically connect similar concepts and expose related content without user interaction.• Realize the full potential of XML.• Meet user demands with more efficient and actionable discovery.• Create new modes for exploring content.• Provide smart interfaces for mobile devices.• Overall, give publishers more control over their content! 12 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    13. 13. XML Current UsesNew C3 features include:• Full-text HTML rendering, directly from XML.• Inline reference links and the ability to enlarge tables and figures by clicking on them.• AIP-coined "SuperArticle" virtually lifts off the page in a highly interactive presentation that transforms the traditional scholarly article, helping to excelerate authoring, reading, and research.“AIP was recognized at the MarkLogic User Conference for demonstrating outstanding leadership in their use of MarkLogic Server to build the next-generation of information applications. AIPs collaboration with MarkLogic was instrumental in launching both the groundbreaking C3 platform and iResearch, a cutting-edge mobile e- Reader application.” 13 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    14. 14. XML Current UsesNew C3 features include:• Enhanced search functions, with more options and better controls to explore returned content with faceted results. • Faceted search helps researchers find information quickly by presenting them with a set of "filters" to narrow down search results.• Real-time institutional mapping interface that reveals institutional connections to research, providing geo-locational context to where the author who performed the research is based. 14 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    15. 15. XML Current UsesNew C3 features include:• Upgraded Tables of Contents service - bringing more information to the forefront and creating functionality that allows users to work with journal data in new ways. • "Smart ToCs" enable the user to harvest citations, preview abstracts with a mouse-click, and hide content that isnt of interest. In this same vein of facilitating discoverability, a new table browser allows subscribers to view all tables and figures in an article directly from the abstract. 15 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
    16. 16. What the Future Looks LikeBeyond the “SuperArticle”:• Continued development of the SuperArticle: AIP are becoming a more knowledgecentric publisher by continuing to move beyond the PDF by adding more and more value to our XML. • Chemical Abstracts; visualization tools • Sectioned Abstracts, exposing components of a journal article• Create a semantic world for Physics and Physics Publishing. 16 Implementing a Full-XML Workflow; Lisa McLaughlin June 2010
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