Here are our new EPrints 3.4 example repositories. These help summarise what EPrints can offer, as well as what you as an EPrints Services customer have access to.
Feel free to browse. Contact us if you have any questions.
— Justin, EPrints Services, May 2018
- pub.demo.eprints-hosting.org – An example publications repository, fitted with some of our latest features.
- Lists, Journals and Collections – We can group and curate content into managed lists, these can then be shared and branded, eg
- Panels based summary pages – Content within a page can now be arranged into sections
- For an example see here.
- User Profiles – a successor to MePrints, the new user profiles also has a panels based look and feel, eg
- Guided/Faceted search – Helps you home in on the content you want, by offering filters by which to reduce the number of search results.
- Visualisations – We can visualise content in a number of ways, eg
- EPrintsFlo – want to explore EPrints content in a different way, try EPrintsFlo.
- data.demo.eprints-hosting.org – An example research data repository.
- impact.demo.eprints-hosting.org – An example research impact repository.
- edu.demo.eprints-hosting.org – An example EdShare repository.
- twitter.demo.eprints-hosting.org – An example Twitter-based social media research repository.
- hub.demo.eprints-hosting.org – An example hub repository showing federated Chemistry publications.
- blocks.demo.eprints-hosting.org – A simple example micro repository with custom rendering.
- discuss.demo.eprints-hosting.org – A simple example micro repository for threaded discussions.
- tryme.demo.eprints-hosting.org – A publications repository allowing users to register and try out deposit and administrative features.