IEEE and Code Ocean recently partnered to enable IEEE authors to upload, share, and run their code on the Code Ocean platform, accessible through IEEE Xplore.
Code Ocean is an easy to use web platform in which users can share and run code in the cloud. Users are able to easily upload their code and associated data to the site, where other users are able to run them and/or modify them.
The code is typically associated with research published in scholarly articles, from IEEE and other publishers. Users of Code Ocean can also search and browse for code on the platform.
A hot, new topic aimed to assist businesses in understanding the weak points in their cyber security, Hacking Your Company: Ethical Solutions to Defeat Cyber Attacks is ideal for technical professionals across all industries who support their company's IT departments and require up-to-date information on this threat. These 8 courses are designed to help mid/advanced career professionals in IT, computer science, and related fields, to identify new issues and trends.
In this 60-minute webinar, see how IEEE can help you innovate—from generating new ideas, to effectively applying for a patent, and then commercializing those ideas in the market Read More
Do you want to stay current or enhance your cyber security knowledge? Your organization can do so through IEEE’s new elearning course series now available from IEEE Xplore. These courses are peer-reviewed and updated by leading experts in the field which will offer tremendous benefits to your organization.
IEEE Xplore has more than 2,000 eBook titles from three leading collections: IEEE-Wiley eBooks, MIT Press eBooks Library, and the Morgan & Claypool Synthesis eBook Library. View the top downloaded titles of 2016 Read More
PISCATAWAY, N.J., 18 August 2016 – The IEEE Xplore digital library, one of the world’s largest collections of technical literature in engineering, computer science and related technologies, recently reached a milestone with a total of over four million documents now available in its vast repository. Read More
With nearly 2,000 eBook titles from three leading collections, IEEE Xplore is your source for cutting-edge eBooks content. Click below to view the top downloaded titles of 2016 to date from the IEEE-Wiley, MIT Press, and Morgan & Claypool eBook libraries. Read More
This informative, one hour session, held on 20 April 2016, focused on how InnovationQ Plus, a powerful discovery and analytics platform that combines the deep engineering knowledge from IEEE content with IP.com’s global patent and non-patent literature, which enables IP discovery, analysis, and mapping of patent and non-patent material in one easy-to-use, highly accurate search tool.
This webinar is ideal for all professionals involved in patents; including Intellectual Property Departments, Patent Attorneys, Patent Liaisons, Technology Transfer Offices, and more.
The February 2016 release of IEEE Xplore includes the disambiguated author names which will improve precision and recall of searches on IEEE Xplore. With this release, a unique author ID will be assigned to each author of an article.Read More
IEEE Xplore provides access to more than 2,000 eBook titles across three leading eBook collections. Read more to see the top five most downloaded titles of each collection in 2015 Read More
IEEE publishes article titled "Collaborating to Reduce Content Gaps in Discovery: What Publishers, Discovery Service Providers, and Libraries Can Do to Close the Gaps".
Discovery Services Relations Manager, Julie Zhu and IEEE Client Services Manager, Jalyn Kelley partnered with discovery service providers and libraries to identify content gaps between the IEEE Xplore platform, discovery service indexes, and select library discovery service interfaces. Their recently published open access article in Science & Technology Libraries illustrates the content gaps, causes, and how IEEE is collaborating to reduce these gaps and adopt best practices for exposing publisher content in discovery services. View and download the article here.
Every year, IEEE Xplore adds new content/features to provide you the best experience while delivering the highest quality technical content. This year, IEEE Xplore celebrated its 15 year anniversary and continues to be the leading resource of scientific and technical information. Here’s a list of the most popular new features and enhancements added to IEEE Xplore in 2015.
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Latest release of IEEE Xplore includes an improved eLearning experience, mobile-friendly search results, and a MathJax plugin. Read More
In May 2000, the IEEE Xplore Digital Library was officially launched providing online access to thousands of users worldwide to the leading, most-cited information available in engineering and technology. This was an important milestone in technology as IEEE Xplore would go on to become one of the leading resources of scientific and technical information in the world that technologists would rely on to stay up to date, accelerate their research and drive innovation.
As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of IEEE Xplore, we take a moment to thank our authors, members, volunteers and subscribers for making this milestone possible and reflect on how IEEE Xplore has evolved to support the needs of our ever growing base of users all over the world.Read More
February 2015: IEEE Releases latest update to the IEEE Xplore digital library
In the latest release of the IEEE Xplore digital library, several enhancements were added:
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The 2014 Physics award winners are Isamu Akasaki of Meijo University and Nagoya University in Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara in the United States. All three Nobel prize winners are authors published in IEEE Xplore. Read More
On 19 September 2014, an Amsterdam court granted Swets Information Services a "provisional suspension of payments." As a result, it is possible that some orders and payments placed via Swets will not be processed and passed to IEEE.
Considering the current situation, IEEE advises against sending renewals and payments for IEEE subscriptions through Swets and instead using other subscription agents or ordering directly from IEEE. Read More
The 2015 report by 1790 Analytics LLC examined patents filed with the U.S. Patent Office between 1997-2014 by the year's 40 top-patenting organizations. The report revealed that IEEE journals and conference proceedings received over 350,000 patent citations—more than three times the number of citations of any other publisher.Read More
Each month, IEEE Xplore publishes the top articles downloaded and most popular topics that users are searching on. Some popular search terms include Cloud Computing, Image Processing, and Data Mining.Read More
Enroll in a free webinar and sharpen your skills in IEEE Xplore. Sign up for free, live online training or dive into an in depth self- instructed tutorial.Read More
Have you ever wondered what other researchers are viewing in IEEE Xplore? See the top search terms and popular articles from the past month.