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LATEX Article Profiling

The profiling of LATEX articles submitted by authors is a service to academic publishers with several features that help to evaluate author profile, submission profile, article scoring, artwork validation, use and re-use of the same content by author and reviewer, version control, complexity factor, etc. based on the following:

Will be validating the completeness of submission
Author profile validation
  • Validate with Elsevier Scopus, if permitted
  • Validate with orcid if provided
  • Validate with Google Scholar
  • Add identifiers for automatic conversion in the further process
Article profile
  • Length of article (words or pages)
  • No of inline formulae
  • No of displayed formulae
    1. number of rows without numbers
    2. number of rows with equation numbers
    3. number of rows with custom numbers (e.g., math symbol as equation number)
    4. number of matrices
    5. number of arrays within displayed equations
    6. number of proof-tree (deductive logic)
    7. number of fancy matrices
    8. number of TEX graphic used as math
    9. number of compound fractions
    10. number of math font families used
    11. number of inline mixed math with text and math symbols
  • No of figures
    1. number of figures with subfigures
    2. number of subfigures
    3. number of large figures
    4. number of landscape figures
    5. number of displayed figures without caption
    6. number of inline figures
  • No of tables
    1. number of tables
    2. number of table rows
    3. highest number of columns
    4. number of cells
    5. number of landscape tables
    6. number of displayed table without caption
  • No of enunciation
    1. number of standard enunciation (theorem, proposition, lemma, corollary, proof)
    2. number of custom enunciation
  • No of other displayed objects
    • number of source listing
    • number of algorithms
    • number of text boxes
    • epigraph
    • dedication
  • No of cross references
  • No of bibliographic items
  • No of citations
  • No of inline and displayed objects that defy XML/MathML
  • No of source code listing
  • No of supplemental material
Article scoring
  • Spelling mistakes
  • Language errors
  • Relevance checking (Chemistry content for chemistry journal)
  • eMFC checking
  • Front matter correctness
    1. author names with linked affiliation
    2. email address of corresponding author
    3. mandatory number of keywords
    4. abstract(s) graphical abstract (if provided)
  • Fund-ref checking
  • Conflict of interest and acknowledgment
  • Linked cross references and citations
  • Tagged bibliography
  • Check inline math with mixed text and math symbols
  • Display width of equations to match final output
Artwork validation