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Supplementary Files - linking to paper

Postby janer » Thu Apr 22, 2010 6:24 am

In our next issue there will be, for the first time, a statistics tutorial, which wants to be able to refer readers to a dataset, to be downloadable as an Excel Spreadsheet. As written, there is a reference in the tutorial to a URL for the dataset.

However, having uploaded them both by the 'speedy' route, and they have gone directly into the Layout section of the Editing page, I have realised that I am still none the wiser how the supplementary material will be accessed by a reader of the tutorial, so I don't know how to amend the text of the tutorial appropriately to refer to this or put in a hyperlink. When I open the supplementary file I don't get a URL I can put in the text of the tutorial, just the internal number assigned by the website.

Help please - I don't know what to do next, as I have not used or seen any type of supplementary file in an online journal before, and we are supposed to be publishing next week!

Thanks and good wishes

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Re: Supplementary Files - linking to paper

Postby jmacgreg » Tue Apr 27, 2010 1:13 pm

Hi Janer,

If you have enabled the Reading Tools, there will be a link to the supplementary file(s) in the RT sidebar. Alternatively, you can link directly to the supplementary file (eg. in an HTML galley) by following these instructions: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2917.

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