figshare for publishers - Whats new

2017-04-13T15:44:57Z (GMT) by Alan Hyndman
<p>It’s not just about where to park supplemental data anymore.  A growing list of publishers are actively developing data strategies and policies and are looking for straightforward ways to execute and support them.  </p><p>figshare now provides data services for a growing list of major STM and HSS publishers, including American Chemical Society (ACS), Taylor & Francis, Springer Nature, and PLOS. With our figshare Viewer and Portal solutions, we help publishers tackle the diverse challenges that arise when handling the complex needs of data surround their content, and ensure they can publish data in such a way to support discoverability, engagement, and author-relationship goals.</p><p>In this <a href="">“what’s new” webinar,</a> we’ll be covering the newest applications of figshare technology that we’ve been building for our publisher partners including:</p><p><b>White labeled, simple workflow</b></p><p>Maintaining the publisher brand and seamless user experience is a high priority for our customers. We’ll be demonstrating our new workflow which simply sits alongside your journal platform - on a custom domain - with no expensive or time-consuming integration. We’ll show you how publishers are using this customisable infrastructure for preprints, data journals and even video journals.</p><p><b>Metrics</b></p><p>We have integrated with our sister company Altmetric to give you a breakdown of all the online attention received for each data file on your figshare Portal. Learn about the 3D scans of dinosaur bones included as supplemental data in a Nature Scientific Reports article that were talked about in many news outlets including the LA Times.</p><p>We’ll also be showcasing our new dashboards that detail a vast array of metrics related to the impact, attention and consumption of your supplemental data. The reports include views/downloads across time, uploads by item type, views/downloads by category, geographic location of where your content is being consumed.</p><p><b>figshare technology showcase</b></p><p> p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #454545} span.s1 {color: #e4af0a} </p><p>We’ll also be presenting how other publishers are using figshare to surface their grey literature and create video portals, as well as the ACS LiveSlides™ project - slide presentations created by the authors about their published research in <i>Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters</i> and select ACS journals.</p>