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With Google Translate TM, Project Euclid users can access a machine-generated translation of content in over 90 languages*. Google Translate TM is available for content, including: List of Issues, Table of Contents, Abstract & References, and Most Cited Articles. Note that PDFs cannot be translated.
To use Google Translate TM, go to the HTML content you wish to translate and look in the upper-right hand corner for the Google Translate widget.
Using the drop down menu, select the language you wish to read. The page will reload, and display the translated page.
To return to the original content, scroll to the top of the page where the Google Translate TM header appears and click Show Original.
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My Library is a space where you can collect and organize articles in Project Euclid. This helpful tool makes it easy to gather, sort, and access relevant research from one place.
To access My Library, sign into your account and click the arrow next to your name, located in the black bar at the top of the page. Select My Library from the drop down menu.
This directs you to My Library, where any articles you have sent here will appear.
To send an article to My Library, first ensure that you are logged into your account. If you are not logged in and attempt to save an article to your library, the platform will prompt you to log in.
Once logged in, navigate to an article you want to send to My Library.
Find the black box in the right sidebar and click Save to Library, directly below the Download PDF button.
In the box that appears, select a folder to send the article to, create a new one, or send it directly to My Library. Use the checkbox to select a destination and click Save.
NOTE: If you create a new folder, a form will appear which will allow you to name and describe a new folder. Once you choose Save, the folder will be created, and the article will be sent to this new folder - there is no need to re-send it.
You can save an article to My Library when scrolling through an article; a floating menu appears at the top of the page with links to other parts of the article: Save to My Library appears in the right corner.
You can send articles to My Library from the Table of Contents page of an issue, or the search results page. The process is the same: find the Save to My Library button, select the article's destination, and then click Save.
If you sent an article to My Library and it doesn't appear there, make sure you are logged in and try again. If you are logged in and still unable to find the article in My Library, please contact helpdesk@BioOne.org.
Creating, Editing, and Deleting Folders
My Library allows you to create folders in which you can organize articles. This is an efficient way to sort articles based on theme, purpose, or project.
To create a new folder, visit My Library, and click Create a New Folder from the left-hand menu (See 1).
A form will appear. Choose and enter the name for the folder as well as an optional description, and click Save. The folder will now appear in the left-hand menu, and be available as a destination for you to send articles while browsing. You can also create folders as you go, as detailed above.
To edit the name or description of a folder in My Library, click on the small gray cog wheel icon (see 1) next to the name of the folder you wish to edit. In the form that appears, you can re-name the folder and edit the description text. Once you have made your changes, click Save.
To delete a folder, click the cog wheel icon and toggle the checkbox next to Delete Folder and click Save.
Note that any articles in a folder you delete will be removed from My Library.
To move an article from one location to another in My Library, find the entry for article you wish to move and click Move To, located beneath the Download PDF button (See 2). A pop-up will appear with a list of all of the folders you currently have in My Library. Use the checkboxes to select the folder/s you would like to move your article to, and then select Save. The article will now appear in the folders you selected.
To remove an article from My Library, locate the entry for the article you wish to remove and select Discard, in the right corner of the entry (See 2).
Adding Notes to Articles
To add a brief note to a saved article, locate the article in My Library and click Add Note, below the Download PDF and Move To buttons (See 2). A form will appear. Type in your thoughts, questions, or notes, and click Save.
To view the note after saving it, select View Note.
Sorting Articles Within Folders
You can filter the articles in My Library or in a specific folder by using the two-drop down menus that appear in the horizontal bar above the article entries (See 3).
You can Sort By:
You can also use the View menu to select the type of research you are looking for, whether journal or EBook.
If an article has been cited, the article page will include a navigational tab labeled Cited by.
This tab includes Google Scholar TM citation information, as well as Crossref citation data when available.
To download an article's citation information to a citation manager, click Get Citation, which appears in the right sidebar on individual article pages.
You can also scroll to the bottom of an article to the Citation subhead, and click Download Citation. Both options create the same menu.
The Download Citation menu that appears offers several different options and formats for your download:
Euclid supports several different citation manager formats:
Simply select the data you would like included in your download, the format of your choice, and select Download Citation. Your citation will appear in your computer's download folder.
Sharing a relevant article with colleagues or followers is quick and easy in Project Euclid* - simply look for the Share button, located in the sidebar on the right side of an individual article page. Euclid uses the service AddThis to make sending article links a simple process.
Once Share is selected, a drop down menu appears, listing the sharing options available:
This link opens an email form, which allows you to send a link to the article with a personalized note and subject line to any recipients you choose. You can also select the email provider you prefer.
Click on an email provider's specific icon to open your email, which will then populate an email with a link to the article. You can then add your own comments before sending. Note that your email provider will ask you to log in before sending.
To share a link to the article with your Twitter followers, select Twitter. This pre-loads a tweet in a pop-up window with a link to the article, and the option to add your own comment/text (within the character limit). If you are not currently logged into your Twitter account, the pop-up will prompt you to do so before allowing you to post.
To post a link to the article on your Facebook page, select Facebook. This pre-loads a post in a pop-up window with a link to the article, with the option to add your own comment/text, and select which audiences or groups you are sharing this update with. If you are not currently logged into your Facebook account, the pop-up will prompt you to do so before allowing you to post.
To share a link to the article with your LinkedIn connections, select LinkedIn. This pre-loads a link to the article, with the option to add your own comments. LinkedIn gives you the choice of posting the link as a public post, or to send directly to colleagues in a private message. If you are not currently logged into your LinkedIn account, the pop-up will prompt you to do so before allowing you to post.
To post a link to the article to your Blogger-based blog, select Blogger. This will pre-load a link to the article in the form of a blog post, where you can add your comments before publishing. If you are not logged into your Blogger account, the pop-up will prompt you to do so before allowing you to post.
To post a link to the article to a subreddit, select Reddit. This will pre-load a link to the article in an editable post, where can add your comments. Once the post is ready, select the subreddit you wish to post to, add any tags, and enable post reply notifications, if so desired. If you are not logged into your Reddit account, the pop-up will prompt you to do so before allowing you to post.
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