In this interview, Bruce Rosenblum explores the origins of JATS & some potential futures http://www.inera.com/_blog/news/post/jats-where-is-it-going-where-has-it-been/ …
Despite the rising popularity of data-driven technologies, studies show that nowadays less than 10% of data is used effectively by organizations. Over 40% of companies are struggling to find talent to implement Big Data solutions. However, by 2020 company’s success will largely depend on their ability to create digitally enhanced customer experience solutions. Cognitive applications are revolutionizing the faculty of enterprises to grow and compete. Solutions like chatbots for customer advice and assistance in retail, knowledge discovery tools for medical diagnostics and treatment, predictive analytics solutions for industrial equipment or recommendation systems for fraud detection and prevention in financial services are becoming increasingly more productive. Nevertheless, cognitive applications have challenges that semantic technologies are helping to overcome. Working with semantic technologies is a qualitatively driven way to enhance smart applications. Continue reading “Why Semantic Technologies Are Steering Cognitive Applications”
These days, many organisations have begun to develop their own knowledge graphs. One reason might be to build a solid basis for various machine learning and cognitive computing efforts. For many of those, it remains still unclear where to start. SKOS offers a simple way to start and opens many doors to extend a knowledge graph over time. Continue reading “A Standard to build Knowledge Graphs: 12 Facts about SKOS”
Academic publisher has become a signatory to Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines, a framework supported by the Center for Open Science (COS) that increases the reproducibility of research through the adoption of transparent research practices. All Emerald journals will encourage adoption of TOP transparency standards, in particular working with the COS to improve the openness of data and research methods and design.
It is a well-known fact in scholarly communication that there is a specific journal format for in-text citations and bibliography. Editing a citation style can be quite tedious and hence the development of citation tools is essential. The Citation Style Language (CSL) is an XML based language that simplifies citing references. The CSL Editor is … Read more
Our latest video guide covers the Hindawi Online Proofing System – or OPS.
Once a manuscript is accepted for publication in a Hindawi journal, the production process begins. Our staff take your submitted manuscript and begin the process of enriching it to produce a final article that can be published online.
This process involves fully typesetting the text into well-structured xml, the full re-creation of any tables or equations and the standardization of all included figures. This can include completely redrawing illustrative figures, in other cases it may only require the addition of clear, consistent labels.
To ensure that you’re happy with the change we make, we use the OPS to allow you to preview them in situ. Once your manuscript is ready to review, you’ll receive an email from Hindawi inviting you to log into the OPS. You log into the OPS using the same credentials as you used for the Manuscript Tracking System when submitting your manuscript.
The OPS interface will show you exactly where the Hindawi production team have asked for your input. The simple navigation menu allows you to jump to the precise location of a query, where you’re able to provide an immediate response. You can also make your own changes and comments throughout the manuscript. These amendments are marked up as tracked changes, making them highly visible and easy to follow.
Using the OPS allows us to cut down on the number of proofing rounds that a manuscript goes through. You cannot submit your responses unless all the issues have been addressed, and your instructions are provided directly on the text of your manuscript – helping to avoid any miscommunication or misunderstanding.
The OPS is one of Hindawi’s most popular systems – with an author approval rating of over 99%. We’re confident that you will enjoy using it – and we hope that our video guide provides a useful introduction. You can watch it at any time via the OPS ‘Help’ menu.
A transcript of this video can be found here.
We’ll be adding more video guides in the very near future. Subscribe to the Hindawi Youtube channel to be alerted whenever we release a new video.
The text and images in this blog post are by Hindawi and are distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY).
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