With PubPub, anyone can publish and distribute meaningful, impactful reviews with appropriate metadata that can be picked up by aggregators in about an hour — at no cost and with no technical expertise required.
This document briefly describes the most common forms of analytics tools in use in both traditional digital publishing and academic publishing, with an emphasis on what they are designed to measure and what goals they are designed to serve.
Presented during the Open Publishing Fest, this document walks through how the KFG team uses PubPub internally in the event that the tool might solve content creation, organization, and dissemination problems for others teams or individuals.
How do I: comment on a pub? | embed comments within my pub? | cite a pub? | cite a specific/older draft of a pub? | see older versions of a pub? | create my own discussion channel? | export a pub? | share a pub on social media?
How do I: add collaborators to a pub? | add admins to a community? | share my working draft? | organize the layout of content in a collection? | manage privacy and permission settings for my pub? | add collaborators to a version? | publish? | begin a review process?
How do I: title a new pub? | use tags? | insert images, video, equations, Latex Math, citations, code, etc? | format and change the size of images and videos? | format my text? | add and manage chapters?