Examples for preprint entrytool

Use these guidelines to fill out or edit the corresponding fields in the preprint entrytool.

NOTE: Inside INPUT fields, Netscape DOES replace special symbols that appear in the default value for that field by the actual character. E.g. &lt; is displayed as "<".
HTML tags (<....>) are not interpreted.


Preprint ID:

A four digit serial number: 1165
The default is the first nonexisting preprint number after a hardcoded minimum. Or a number extracted from the filename.


Month:

The month in which the preprint appears. This is used in the preprint listing. The default is the current month.

Year:

The year is used in the filename of the long year index. It should be in 4 digit format.

Author(s):

A line of author names seperated by comma's. Each author name can be followed by one or more references that should match a reference in the affiliations field. If the tool finds references in the format "(1)", it automatically replaces them with corresponding superscripts.

Use HTML-style typesetting for special characters, but note that if you do so, it is very unlikely that a search will find the author name. To prevent this, also include the author name in regular ascii as an HTML comment:

A. Einstein(1), I. Newton(1)(2), G. Galilei(3),
Q. Acc&egrave;nt&aacute;(1)(4)
<!-- Q. Accenta -->
Results in:
Authors: A. Einstein1, I. Newton1 2, G. Galilei3, Q. Accèntá1 4

Title:

Why can't we travel faster than 300,000 km s<SUP>-1</SUP>
Results in:

Why can't we travel faster than 300,000 km s-1


Title footnote:

Research funded by grant no. HAL9000 of the FAST institute
Results in:
Research funded by grant no. HAL9000 of the FAST institute

To appear in/Appeared in

You can toggle the "To appear in" and "Appeared in" flags. If you select "Appeared in" the "submitted" and "accepted" fields will be ignored.
The Astromedical Journal

Submitted/Accepted

These fields are ignored if you selected "Appeared in" above.
August 12, 1905 August 13 1905

Abstract:

In this paper we discuss the reasons why a human being,
or any other particulate matter can not travel at speeds
exceeding the speed of light in a vacuum (c).

If we express the space curvature in terms of
(<IMG SRC="Icons/alpha.gif">,
<IMG SRC="Icons/beta.gif" ALIGN=absbottom>)
then this limit is a natural consequence of our
limited IQ, and the time elapsed since the
invention of the wheel. 
Results in:
In this paper we discuss the reasons why a human being, or any other particulate matter can not travel at speeds exceeding the speed of light in a vacuum (c).

If we express the space curvature in terms of (,) then this limit is a natural consequence of our limited IQ, and the time elapsed since the invention of the wheel.


Files:

Give the downloadable file names relative to the preprints home directory (marvel:/science/preprints), or the full URL. The program determines the type of file by the extension. Use ".ps" for PostScript, ".tex." for LaTeX. Seperate filenames by whitespace:
prep1170/prep1170.ps http://science/preprints/prep1170/prep1170f1.ps

Affiliations:

(1) The Space Velocity Institute
Bedrock City, FS 00001
USA

(2) Also: The Apple Institute for advanced juices
Cambridge, MA 00002
UK

(3) Sun Center,
 Telescope Rd 149
 12600 Earth City, SS

(4) On leave from the Transylvanian Penitentiary
Results in:
1) The Space Velocity Institute
Bedrock City, FS 00001
USA
2) Also: The Apple Institute for advanced juices
Cambridge, MA 00002
UK
3) Sun Center
Telescope Rd 149
12600 Earth City, SS
4) On leave from the Transylvanian Penitentiary