ESciDoc Keywords OrgUnits Wordpress Plugin

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A Wordpress plugin for exploring research topics of organizational units (e.g. institutes) in eSciDoc/PubMan


ESciDoc Keywords OrgUnits Plugin[edit]

This Wordpress plugin enables you to explore research topics of organizational units in eSciDoc/PubMan. It provides two display modes:

  • most popular keywords for a given organizational unit
  • organizational units with PubMan items with a given keyword


Description[edit]

This Wordpress plugin enables you to explore research topics of organizational units in eSciDoc/PubMan. It provides two display modes:

  • most popular keywords for a given organizational unit
  • organizational units with PubMan items with a given keyword

The plugin uses the Search&Export REST interface of eSciDoc/PubMan (http://pubman.mpdl.mpg.de) and depends on a web server with the XSL support for parsing XML and on curl for parsing HTML header information.

Usage[edit]

You can put the following line (an inline plugin call) into your page or post to fetch a list of publication items from PubMan to be displayed in a single post or page, or you can use the "user settings" described below to automatically create one blog post for each publication item fetched from PubMan according to category/subject terms:

[eko-content searchterm="your keyword search term or org-unit escidoc id"]

Examples for searchterms:

  • language
  • escidoc:37020

Please note that for terms that include spaces you need quotes. These only work if you put the searchterm in single quotes: searchterm='"caused motion"'


You can see the plugin in action here: http://demo.blogs.mpdl.mpg.de/org-units-and-keywords/

Download[edit]

Check out the latest version of the PubMan Content Wordpress plugin via subversion:

svn checkout https://devtools.mpdl.mpg.de/repos/wpmu/plugins/escidoc_keyorg

Installation[edit]

  1. Copy the escidoc_keyorg directory into the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
  3. Place [eko-content searchterm="your_keyword"] in your posts or pages or use the site admin pages of the plugin to configure it for more advanced usage.

Configuration[edit]

Inside Wordpress's site-admin area[edit]

Admin settings[edit]

Go to "Settings" and "EKO Plugin Config" and put in the following parameters:

  1. Base-URL, e.g. http://pubman.mpdl.mpg.de
  2. Path to the Search&Export interface in PubMan, e.g. /search/SearchAndExport
  3. URL to the core service you are using, e.g. http://coreservice.mpdl.mpg.de
  4. Default search string
  5. Default sort key, e.g. sort.escidoc.publication.issued,,0, which sorts by "date issued" (descending). You can find a list of possible search terms here (search for "sortKeyword").
  6. Maximum number of entries to be listed


Screenshots[edit]

  1. The screenshot scrnshot1.png shows the admin interface of the plugin.
  2. The screenshot scrnshot2.png shows the output of subject terms of publications of a given organizational unit in eSciDoc/PubMan
  3. The screenshot scrnshot3.png shows the output of which organizational units deposited publications in eSciDoc/PubMan with a given keyword