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





June 2019 Newsletter


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


July 2018 Newsletter


Customer, staff, and XUG news, the latest on NCBI API key requirements, Crossref's new Status page, and more in the July 2018 Newsletter! Read More


May 2018 Newsletter


Our report from JATS-Con 2018, the latest on NCBI's API key requirements, and more in the May 2018 Newsletter! Read More


Why We Love Our Journal Database (And You Should, Too)

In August 2016, we wrote a little ode to our beloved Journal Database, which at that time contained just over 42,000 journal titles. We’re revisiting this topic now as we close in on an important milestone: the 50,000 title mark!
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April 2018 Newsletter


Why you'll love the eXtyles Support Portal, what's new with Font Audit, and more in the April 2018 Newsletter! Read More


How eXtyles Helps Dustri-Verlag Boost Reference Accuracy: Tales from the Reference Lists of Trace Elements & Electrolytes


Whether you’re a publishing professional, a journal editor, a researcher, or a software developer, it’s great to see your work achieve its goals out in the world. So we at Inera were delighted when our customer Dustri-Verlag shared with us a letter to the editor of one of their journals, Trace Elements & Electrolytes, by Dr. Mathias Seifert of the University of Hildesheim, Germany. Dr. Seifert’s letter documents a thorough analysis of citation accuracy in TEERead 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


eXtyles enables insertion of abstracts by PubMed Reference Correction

The eXtyles PubMed Reference Correction module can now be configured to insert abstracts after references that link to PubMed. If the customer prefers, these abstracts can be set to toggle between hidden and visible text in Word, and they can be supported as annotations to references when exported to NLM DTD XML. Read More


Inera releases the eXtyles Metadata Export and Upload modules

eXtyles Metadata Export and Upload Modules are now available for one-button metadata creation and deposit to PubMed and CrossRef. These modules, which appear in eXtyles as additional export filter options, convert eXtyled Word files (via NLM DTD XML) to either PubMed or CrossRef metadata XML. The resulting XML can be automatically uploaded to the respective site(s). For small to medium-sized publishers in particular, these modules provide an easy way to complete important parts of an online publication workflow. Read More




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