FAQ – Detail Page

Each object in Gutenberg Research Elements has an object detail page that can be opened with one click and contains important information about the respective publication, grant or professional activity. The detail pages can be accessed via the respective object lists in (Publications, Grants and Professional activities) ("View all") or can be found via search.

The object detail page in Gutenberg Research Elements is structured as follows:
Top Panel
In the upper part of the page there is an icon for the respective object type, the title and, in the case of a publication, the author of the object. Clicking on the "See Details" link next to the author name opens an author details window on the object details page, which you can browse. Here, researchers can review information about authors associated with a work, including their names, affiliations, and researcher identifiers such as ORCID ID. Clicking on the author's name opens a new window with a search function that allows users to quickly find the author they are looking for with their full name. In addition, the type of the object can be changed, another symbol for the object type can be added, and details about the author can be viewed: e.g. his full name, which is only displayed in this view. In the icon field of the object type it is possible for the researcher to upload a thumbnail. Furthermore, you can manage the labels to the object, the privacy settings, mark the object as a favorite or add it to the workspace.
Right Column
On the right side of the page you can see the report date and the relations of the object, for example to its author. New relations can also be created. Furthermore, the history of the page is listed on the right margin and can be expanded or it is expanded automatically when the page is edited. Below the object title, in the case of a journal article, there is a citation here and furthermore the object can be accessed, viewed and retrieved via the DOI on the publisher's page if the researcher has the rights to do so. In the case of a conference, the title of the object and the venue and date of the event can be seen.

The panel titled "Data Sources" contains the bibliographic data for the object such as the title, an ID, the author(s), and other information such as the conference location or journal issue. Here you can edit manual entries, lock editing or mark the entry as a favorite. The data sources view and the relations section view are configurable and you can select a preferred view. When viewing the data sources, you can choose whether to display them reduced or full.

The Relations section shows you a summary of all existing relations and you can click to view the full details of each group of relations and open a new window where you can claim or reject relations and edit relation details. New relations can also be created here. When viewing relations, you can choose between a map view or a list view.

Records that come from external sources can be split from the details page and thus separated from their objects, making it easier to remove records that may have been merged in error. However, to minimize the risk of incorrectly splitting records here, there is still a confirmation message. The record view can be opened or closed, which means that less information is visible. It is possible to add manual records of the object in addition to the existing records.

The Repository panel shows whether the object is in a repository and the object can also be added to the repository via a button

Another feature is that a display name can be configured for the OpenURL resolver so that users can view a publication about their organization's library collections using an OpenURL resolver (e.g. SFX). Organizations can now specify a display name for their link resolver to align with local terminology, rather than uploading an icon. In this way, the system can support researchers to easily access copies of their work and improve accessibility.

The details page includes many features to allow researchers in Gutenberg Research Elements to manage their datasets quickly and easily. First, researchers can manage privacy settings from the object detail page. It is thus possible for them to view and control the privacy levels of their objects via the object details page. Secondly, from an object detail page in Gutenberg Research Elements, it is possible to claim or decline a publication if this has not already been done. This option is at the top of the page if the publication is in the "pending" list. It is also possible to make a copy of Professional activities and teaching activities objects from the details page. The function is available on the object detail page from the "More actions" menu at the top
right of the page.