Track changes and easy comparison of manuscript versions now available in ARPHA Writing Tool

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  • January 11, 2018
  • Monitoring the progress of your manuscript has never been easier! The eagerly anticipated Track changes feature is now available in ARPHA Writing Tool to further facilitate collaborative authoring in the five academic journals* which currently make use of the ARPHA-XML publishing workflow. Having tapped into ARPHA’s users constructive feedback, we have also updated our Revision […]

    Next-Generation Journal Publishing Platform ARPHA at Frankfurt Book Fair 2016

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  • October 12, 2016
  • Following the launch of our self-developed journal publishing platform ARPHA (standing for Authoring, Reviewing, Publishing, Hosting and Archiving, all happening at one place), we were so happy with the outcome, that we couldn’t help sharing it with the world. Therefore, it’s on offer not only to our own journals and authors, but it’s also at […]

    How to import occurrence records into manuscripts from GBIF, BOLD, iDigBio and PlutoF

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  • May 17, 2016
  • On October 20, 2015, we published a blog post about the novel functionalities in ARPHA that allows streamlined import of specimen or occurrence records into taxonomic manuscripts. Recently, this process was reflected in the “Tips and Tricks” section of the ARPHA authoring tool. Here, we’ll list the individual workflows: Upload occurrence or specimen data from a Darwin-Core-compliant […]