StyleFinder automatically structures and tags all the elements in a manuscript, and inspects the document for completeness and writing quality.
StyleFinder structures content, almost instantaneously!
Any manuscript submitted – whether a book or a journal article – is structured comprehensively by having all its elements tagged. These elements include headings, paragraphs, figures, tables, boxes, citations, and references, all of which are automatically identified and tagged. StyleFinder also analyzes the content against the publisher’s style preferences, and flags and recommends changes for inconsistencies, non-compliance with style guidelines, grammar errors, context-based errors, abbreviations, and improper word usages.
What StyleFinder does for you?
Granular tagging by StyleFinder enables reuse of your content whenever needed, in any capacity and form
Exhaustive suite of validation checks is used to parse content comprehensively and inside-out
Validation of reference data against CrossRef and PubMed databases
Highly enriched tagging enhancing discoverability
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What StyleFinder allows you to do?
Fine-grained AI tagging of manuscript elements, including references
Analysis of tagged elements according to customizable metrics
Consolidated report of manuscript elements and discrepancies
Associated editing interface helps editors review and edit tagged content
Customizable rules engine for pre-edit and grammar checks
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