Your publication in Project Euclid
Project Euclid offers publishers a convenient and affordable method of distributing content online through a robust platform with advanced features and functionality. There are three different options, or plans, by which publishers may participate with Project Euclid:
This plan offers global distribution through participation in a growing collection of high-quality content.
This plan offers online hosting and content distribution services.
This plan offer online hosting and content distribution services for publications with no access restrictions.
The many benefits, features and functionality available to all publishers, across all plans, include:
- Increased discoverability and impact through partnerships with discovery services
- Cross linking to MathSciNet (Math Reviews) and Zentralblatt MATH
- Reference linking
- Forward and backward linking
- Print on Demand
- DOI registration via CrossRef
- Support for cross references
- Support for MathML
- Support for multi-lingual article data
- Support for MathJax
- Support for supplemental materials
- COUNTER-compliant usage statistics for libraries
Cross linking to MathSciNet (Math Reviews) and Zentralblatt MATH
Project Euclid encourages and facilitates building links to services such as MathSciNet (Math Reviews) and Zentralblatt MATH. For any article in Project Euclid without such links, the system performs regular, automated "lookups." If a match is discovered, the link is made available on the abstract page.
Using an automated process, Project Euclid extracts and parses article reference sections, performs article lookups in remote databases, and provides outbound links when available. The results are displayed in an article's "References" tab.
Forward and backward linking
Articles can be linked to later corrections (forward linking), and the correction to its original article (backward linking).
Some publishers sell individual articles on a pay-per-view basis. Where available, a user can click the "Buy Article" button on the article abstract page, provide credit card information, and receive access to download the article once the payment is confirmed. Downloadable articles are non-refundable. If you do not receive your article after being charged, contact Project Euclid and we will supply you with an electronic copy of the article by email.
Project Euclid currently offers print-on-demand (POD) services for select content through outside vendors. This service is only available for designated monographs and is the only way to purchase print through Project Euclid. In the future, this may expand to include additional content.
Please contact us if you are interested in offering this service.
DOI registration via CrossRef
Project Euclid, as a sponsoring member of CrossRef, can register DOIs on behalf of publishers. DOIs are included on article abstract pages.
Examples: Advances in Applied Probability
Support for cross references
Project Euclid provides a means of adding related item references for pointing to article continuations (inside or outside of Euclid) or other related works.
Support for MathML
Project Euclid supports the use of MathML in titles and abstracts. When using this method, the TeX equivalent is captured in the MathML alttext attribute. If you are not using a MathML capable browser, the TeX encoding should be displayed.
Support for multi-lingual article data
Project Euclid allows multiple versions of titles and abstracts.
Support for MathJax
Support for supplemental materials
Publishers may provide supplemental materials (charts, figures, data sets, etc.) to those users with access to the article full-text.
Examples: Experimental Mathematics
COUNTER-compliant usage statistics for libraries
Visit our Library usage statistics page for more information.