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== Puma Instruction ==
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1. Log into Puma using your st (University of Stuttgart) account at
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https://puma.ub.uni-stuttgart.de/
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2. Join the groups icp_bib and simtech, if you are not already part of the groups.
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3. Select add post and then click on add publication
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4. Enter the doi (Digital Object Identifier) of the paper you want to upload. All the informa-
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tion about the paper is extracted automatically
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5. Add the tags. Tags are what makes puma interesting as a database for scientific papers.
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It gives the user the ability to associate a paper with certain topics and other papers.
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For example could the tag ’UniStuttgart’ be added to make clear that this paper was
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published by members of the university of Stuttgart. Puma has the ability to search for
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tags and therefore find all papers related to a certain topic. There are two different types
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of tags in Puma. The first type are thematic tags and have the purpose described in the
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previous sentences and they do not to follow any given syntax rules. That means you can
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simply invent new ones. The second types are system tags. System tags do not describe
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the paper but assign it to a Puma group. They need to have the syntax ’for:groupname’
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6. All papers published from members of the icp get the tags: ’icp’ and ’for:icp_bib’ ;
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Papers that were written in collaboration with the Simtech group get additionally the
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tags: ’for:simtech’, ’peerReviewed’, ’postPrint’ and if used the name of the cluster (either
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’EXC2075’ or ’EXC310’). You can add more tags that give credit to sponsors of the paper
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found in the Acknowledgement section.
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7. The system tags ’for:icp_bib’ and ’for:simtech’ already copy the papers to the group, so
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there is no need to manually select groups
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8. The papers are automatically listed on the Uni Stuttgart ICP website
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https://www.icp.uni-stuttgart.de/icp-publications/

Revision as of 15:22, 4 October 2021

Puma Instruction

1. Log into Puma using your st (University of Stuttgart) account at https://puma.ub.uni-stuttgart.de/

2. Join the groups icp_bib and simtech, if you are not already part of the groups.

3. Select add post and then click on add publication

4. Enter the doi (Digital Object Identifier) of the paper you want to upload. All the informa- tion about the paper is extracted automatically

5. Add the tags. Tags are what makes puma interesting as a database for scientific papers. It gives the user the ability to associate a paper with certain topics and other papers. For example could the tag ’UniStuttgart’ be added to make clear that this paper was published by members of the university of Stuttgart. Puma has the ability to search for tags and therefore find all papers related to a certain topic. There are two different types of tags in Puma. The first type are thematic tags and have the purpose described in the previous sentences and they do not to follow any given syntax rules. That means you can simply invent new ones. The second types are system tags. System tags do not describe the paper but assign it to a Puma group. They need to have the syntax ’for:groupname’

6. All papers published from members of the icp get the tags: ’icp’ and ’for:icp_bib’ ; Papers that were written in collaboration with the Simtech group get additionally the tags: ’for:simtech’, ’peerReviewed’, ’postPrint’ and if used the name of the cluster (either ’EXC2075’ or ’EXC310’). You can add more tags that give credit to sponsors of the paper found in the Acknowledgement section.

7. The system tags ’for:icp_bib’ and ’for:simtech’ already copy the papers to the group, so there is no need to manually select groups

8. The papers are automatically listed on the Uni Stuttgart ICP website https://www.icp.uni-stuttgart.de/icp-publications/