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At the frontline of publishing in systematic zoology: A presentation of Zoo. Keys Lyubomir Penev 1, Terry Erwin 2, Jeremy Miller 3 1 Pensoft Publishers, Sofia, Bulgaria 2 Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, USA 3 Naturalis, Leiden, The Netherlands
Why Zoo. Keys is needed? n n n n Public demand for open access to biodiversity data and especially to descriptions of new taxa Electronic publication gaining acceptance among systematists; lively discussions on its compliance to the 4 th ICZN; proposals for amendments to the new (5 th) edition of the Code published in October 2008 Zoo. Bank: attempt to establish a central resource for the registration and validation of new taxon names LSID: unique identifier for biological information, including (but not limited to) taxon names Semantic Web enhancements promote connections Data publication seems to soon become an indispensable part of taxonomic papers Dissemination of published results becomes at least as important as the publication itself!
The Present Launched on 4 th of July 2008 ; 52 issues published, >8000 pages, more than 3000 registered users within two years! Impact factor of 1. 133 gained within 2. 5 years; covered by Scopus, Google Scholar, Zoological Record and CABI; accepted for archiving in Pub. Med. Central The first mandatory open access journal in systematic zoology The first mandatory Zoo. Bank registration of all new taxa Official partners of GBIF and EOL; occurrence dataset supplied to GBIF on the day of publication All new taxa supplied through XML mark up to EOL and Plazi, as well as to Wikispecies on the day of publication Cross. Ref member, DOI provided to articles and supplementary data files Online and full-colour print versions; no restrictions in colour and no charges for it Online editorial management system facilitating efficient review and manuscript workflow Fast publication: typically 3 -4 weeks for review, 3 -7 days for publication after acceptance Broad coverage – taxonomy, phylogeny, biogeography, checklists, conference proceedings, special issues, monographs, Festschrift volumes
Life Cycle of a Traditional Publication Integrated with Online Enhancements Locality data file Occurrence data Manuscript Morphbank Genbank Submission, peer-review, editing Occurrence data Locality data file DOI Proofs KML file Locality KML file LSID Publication IPT XML MARK UP ISI Impact factor Zoological Record Indexing services Google Earth Archives
The occurrence dataset in GBIF IPT
The occurrence dataset in Google Earth and Morphbank
Species descriptions on EOL XML MARK UP
Online Keys in Multiple Formats
The Zoo. Keys Model of Publishing Interactive Keys Data matrices and images Manuscript Key files Peer-review, editing Submission, peer-review, editing Data matrices, images, key files DOI Proofs Supplementary data files published IDENTIFY ONLINE Pre-submission Publication, dissemination, archiving Publication EDIT/CHANGE KEYS ISI Impact factor Zoological Record DELTA Intkey Lucid Translator MX Nexus Indexing services Archives
The Future More semantic Web Enhancements! Automated creation and submission of XML marked up manuscripts from databases/data aggregators (e. g. , Scratchpads, GBIF) Hyperlinking of images Make all these processes a routine practice!
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