Innovation Spotlight
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As we celebrate the milestone of eclipsing 5 million total documents hosted on IEEE Xplore, we take a moment to thank our authors, members, volunteers and subscribers for making this moment possible and reflect on how IEEE Xplore has evolved to support the needs of users all over the world.

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Recently, IEEE hosted a series of highly successful live authorship workshops in Bangalore, Delhi, and Noida, India which were attended by hundreds of engineering students eager to learn more about the publishing process.

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IEEE recently launched TechRxiv (pronounced “tech archive”), a beta version of a new preprint server which is a free, publicly accessible archive, and repository for unpublished research or preprints in electrical engineering, computer science, and related technology.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about the new traffic cops, printed circuit boards, rotor revolution, superintelligence, and more!

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On 13 September 2019, IEEE published a version of the IEEE National Electric Safety Code (NESC) in simplified Chinese. The document is adapted from the 2017 IEEE NESC® Handbook Premier Edition and available in IEEE Xplore.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about the magnetic heart, animals using the internet, iris recognition, and more!

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IEEE Xplore has more than 4,000 eBook titles from six leading collections: IEEE-Wiley eBooks, IEEE-Wiley Telecommunications eBooks Library, MIT Press eBooks Library, Morgan & Claypool Synthesis eBook Library, Now Foundations and Trends® Technology eBooks Library, and SAE eBooks Library. View the top downloaded titles of 2019. IEEE-Wiley eBooks Library Principles ...

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IEEE is proud to introduce you to IEEE DataPort, a valuable and easy to use data platform which enables users to significantly enhance their research efforts. IEEE DataPort was developed to enable authors to upload and share their research datasets with the global technical community.

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IEEE partnered with Code Ocean to enable authors to enhance the visibility and impact of their research by enabling readers to run the code associated with their articles. Code Ocean is a cloud-based computational reproducibility platform that is fully integrated with IEEE Xplore®.

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Data sharing strengthens our collective capability to meet scientific standards of openness by providing opportunities for further analysis, replication, verification, and refinement of research findings.

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