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





Metadata 2020, Inera, and You

Q. What do we want?
A. Richer, connected, reusable, open metadata for all research outputs!

Q. When do we want it?
A. Yesterday!

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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


September 2019 Newsletter


Fall is in the air in our September 2019 newsletter! Read More


June 2019 Newsletter


Step into summer with spotlights, events, new arrivals, and more! Read More


Inera at Typefi 2019: Hands-Free Word to XML with eXtyles Arc

At the 2019 Typefi User Conference in Baltimore, MD, Inera’s Robin Dunford presented a 4-minute “lightning” talk introducing eXtyles Arc. Robin’s talk, titled “Hands-Free Word to XML: Production’s Holy Grail,” offered attendees a focused look at how this transformative technology can take a journal article manuscript from raw author-submitted Microsoft Word file to richly tagged JATS XML in a few minutes, with no hands-on human intervention!  Read More


eXtyles ORCID Integration Suite in Action

You may have read our last post about eXtyles ORCID Integration Suite and wished you could see how it actually works. Well, now you can! Read More


MathML, JATS, and MathType

Formula for correlation coefficient, created using MathTypeIf your organization publishes content that includes any kind of mathematical or related formulae, this blog post is for you! Read More


JATS 1.2 & CRediT Markup Explained

If you’ve been following the news on JATS development, you know that JATS 1.2d2 is out in the world, which means that JATS 1.2 is coming! Read More


What to Expect When You're Exporting

The eXtyles XML Export module is designed to produce valid, correct XML to the DTD or schema of your choice. XML Export is very good at what it does—but in any automated process, correct output depends to some extent on correct input! This means that problems in your Word file can create bigger problems in the exported XML. Read More


Creating Semantic Structure Using Paragraph Styles, Part 3: Challenges and Pain Points

In our long experience of helping editorial and production staff transition to using eXtyles, we’ve observed that making the mental leap from formatting Word content to applying semantic structure to Word content is often one of the most challenging aspects of adopting an XML-driven workflow. Read More




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