News, Events, and Industry Updates for the Scholarly Publishing Community





What’s New in eXtyles Reference Processing: 2019 Edition

Our Development team continually works to improve how our software handles customers’ content. Collaborating closely with our Support and Configuration teams to keep on top of what improvements are needed, Development works on every aspect of our software, and a major focus is always our suite of reference processing tools, which were originally developed for eXtyles but now also form the basis of EdifixRead More


New in eXtyles NLM: JATS4R Recommendations for Markup of Ethics and Data Availability Statements

NISO’s JATS for Reuse (JATS4R) Working Group recently issued recommendations for markup of ethics statements and data availability statements in journal articles, and we’re updating our eXtyles NLM build to help customers comply with those recommendations! Read More


What’s New in eXtyles Reference Processing: 2018 Edition

Inera’s Development team continually works to improve how our software handles customers’ content. Collaborating closely with Inera’s Support team to keep on top of what improvements are needed, Development works on every aspect of our software, and a major focus is always our suite of reference processing tools, originally developed for eXtyles and now also forming the basis for EdifixRead More


Introducing ... Edifix 4.0!

Edifix turns 4 this year! Read More


It’s a Wrap! What Happened at XUG 2017

Last week, we hosted our 13th annual eXtyles User Group Meeting, affectionately known as XUG. More than 50 eXtyles users and partners, from first-time to longtime attendees, gathered at the Sheraton Commander in Harvard Square to discuss eXtyles, metadata, technology, and publishing in the 21st century. Read More


eXtyles, New and Improved for You!

eXtyles has always been a customer-driven product, and responding to our customers’ needs is important to us. Here’s what the eXtyles development team has been working on—we’re sure you’ll be as excited as we are! Read More


What We Mean When We Talk About Styles and Tags



eXtyles takes advantage of many familiar Word features to help you automate the editing and XML conversion of manuscripts, such as Paragraph Styles and Character Styles. eXtyles relies on the appropriate application of these styles to correctly process your document, so it is important to know the difference between these styles and how they affect your workflow. eXtyles also makes use of Word fields to insert eXtyles Tags, which are displayed as fielded XML tags (e.g., <jrn>). These also play an important role in processing and XML conversion. Read More


Critical eXtyles Patch for PubMed Linking Modules

Update: The grace period given to eXtyles users for HTTP-support for PubMed Reference Checking has been disabled. PubMed Reference Checking now requires the the HTTPS patch available in this news post. (updated Jan. 20, 2017)   Read More


What Happens to All those Journal Titles?

There cannot be many eXtyles users who have never encountered this message – “eXtyles does not recognize the journal XYZ (in reference ABC). If this is a valid journal title, please send this reference to journals@inera.com and we will add it to the eXtyles journal database.” Many Edifix users will have seen a similar message.



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eXtyles ORCID Integration Suite

We are excited to announce that Inera has expanded support for ORCID in the eXtyles workflow! In addition to automatic XML conversions for manually entered ORCIDs (see our previous post), the eXtyles feature set welcomes a new set of modules: the eXtyles ORCID Integration Suite. Read More




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