Citation Link Mockups

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This page offers mockups for different options for implementing linking and sharing services. This feature was designed and released in 2010.

Citation Link Mockups


Citation Link Mockups

1. Citation Links #1

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Buttons, drop down box from upper right

Comments:

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2. Citation Links #2

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Buttons/text, drop down box from upper right (tabs inside yellow box)

Comments:

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2.5. Citation Links #2 1/2

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Buttons/text, drop down box from upper right (tabs below yellow box)

Comments:

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3. Citation Links #3

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Mix of image/text buttons, lower right

Comments:

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4. Citation Links #4

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Mix of image/text buttons, upper right

Comments:

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5. Citation Links #5

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Mix of image/text buttons, inside the box

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6. Citation Links #6

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Mix of image/text buttons, underneath the metadata

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7. Citation Links #7

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Text import links, underneath the citation box

Comments:

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8. Citation Links #8

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Text import links, underneath the metadata

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Discussion about Mockups

Discussion between Ryan, Elena, Hilmar, and Kevin

Hilmar: Why not just an icon for everything? Kevin: does Connotea, Endnote, etc. have iconic representations? If so we can find them and use them instead of text. Other sites have the "export to citation" as text and the social sites as icons.

Hilmar: "Cite data package" and "Share data package" (better labels) Hilmar (and general consensus?): dropdown instead of a separate box and as a part of the yellow citation box

We looked through partner journals and most seem to separate "export citation" and "share" (via software) into two separate selections. Hilmar commented that there is value in doing what others are doing (for consistency of user experience).

Identify which are the sites we want to support and what are the export formats we want to support. First draft:

Sites-

  • Delicious +
  • Twitter +
  • Facebook Like +
  • CiteULike (?)
  • Connotea (?)
  • Digg
  • Reddit (?)

Export formats-

  • RIS (plain text) - which can be used by refworks, endnote, etc. (supported by: Nature, PLOS, Heredity, Evolution, Science Direct) - some say RIS and list Endnote, ProCite, etc.
  • Endnote XML(supported by: Evolution(? or is RIS), Chicago Journals
  • Bibtex (supported by: PLOS, Heredity, Chicago Journals, Science Direct)
  • RefWorks (supported by: Heredity, Evolution, Chicago Journal, Science Direct)
  • Ref Manager (supported by: Evolution, Chicago Journal)
  • ProCite (supported by Chicago Journals)

Mendeley and Zotero have a browser plugin that looks for COinS in the page. Do we need separate links for them. Some of the publisher site listed RIS (and Zotero was what opened when we clicked on it); does Mendeley have a preferential list of sites they support.

Should CiteULike and Connotea go in second list as well?

Export/download citations should be for the data package alone not the publication data (we provide a DOI they can follow to the publishers' sites and download the pub citation from there)


Discussion at All-Hands Technical Meeting

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