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4. Incorporating Badge Visualization into Publications


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<p>Awarded badges become linked to an article. Commonly, the publishing journal awards the badge and then indicates the badges in the article itself. Journals and other awarding entities have idiosyncratic solutions for how best to incorporate the badges into their publishing formats, though they should be machine discoverable and readable. Here, to assist journal editors and publishers, we provide some illustrative examples of how badges could be integrated into articles. In all cases, badge implementation includes confirmation of which badges were earned, and hyperlinks to the open materials, open data, or registration. Click on each image to retrieve a full page PDF of the mockup.</p> <h3><a href="" rel="nofollow">Variation One</a></h3> <p>Large, color badges are presented with accompanying text and hyperlinks as a Figure</p> <p><img src=""></p> <h3><a href="" rel="nofollow">Variation Two</a></h3> <p>Small, gray-scale badges are presented in the article header and accompanying text and hyperlinks appear in a footer at the bottom of the first page.</p> <p><img src=""></p> <h3><a href="" rel="nofollow">Variation Three</a> ###</h3> <p>Small, gray-scale badges are presented in the article header and accompanying text and hyperlinks appear in a “Resources” subsection (or similarly named, existing subsection) at the end of the article</p> <p><img src=""></p> <h3><a href="" rel="nofollow">Variation Four</a> ###</h3> <p>Small, grey badges are presented at the beginning of the study and accompanying text as a subsection prior to text of the experiment</p> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow"><img src=""></a></p>
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