DOI settings for Plumx Print Widget


#1

Hi,
I have configured plumx print widget in my journal but it displays the detail of one DOI only. How can I set the DOI value in the below parameters provided by plumx so that it should cover each and every article?

a href=“https://plu.mx/plum/a/?doi=10.1371/journal.pone.0056506 ” class=“plumx-summary”
Currently, I am using DOI provided by Zenodo so, I assign each and every DOI to my individual articles manually. A few example of assigned DOIs are given below:

https: //doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1443240
https: //doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1450462

Using OJS 3.1.1.4 and Healthsciences theme for my site.
Thanks in advance for your help.


#2

The Pitt ULS is currently working on upgrading our OJS 2.x plugins to 3.x, including the Plum Analytics Artifact Widget plugin.

This will be the simplest and best way to facilitate this, but it is not ready yet.

Are you currently modifying the template files to add the PlumX code? If you want to continue with that we can point you to the objects and methods you would need to fetch the DOI for an article, but I recommend waiting for the plugin, if possible.


#3

Thanks @ctgraham for the update.

Yes, I have modified the template file to add the PlumX code. And currently it is fetching only one DOI because it is static. Here is the link to url

**https://journal.seisense.com/index.php/jom/article/view/42
Its great that plugin is in upgrade stage, May I know when would be the plugin available (Approximately)?


#4

No promises, but let me see if we can schedule that this week. It has been on our list for a while.


#5

That sounds great @ctgraham. I ll wait for the plugin.


#6

Hi @ctgraham only to know if the Plum Analytics Artifact Widget plugin is working now for all the versions of OJS 3.1?


#7

I’ve only tested 3.1.1 and the pre-release of 3.2, but I think it should work with most recent versions. If you try it but experience trouble, please let me know.


#8

I am using it in OJS 3.1.1.4 and is working perfectly alright.