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Journal of Systematic Palaeontology

Now Publishing 3D Models

Why publish 3D models?

Publishing in 3D offers readers the opportunity to relate to your data in a new way. The inclusion of an integrated 3D model enables a much richer interaction with the subject material that really resonates with the nature of the research.

In addition, the inclusion of a relevant 3D model can provide a completely independent access point to your research. This opens up the potential for engagement beyond traditional academic communities; in particular offering a highly shareable visualization that is accessible to the wider public, practitioners and non-English language speakers.

Owned by the Natural History Museum, the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology is excited to announce that the journal is now accepting 3D imaging.

Include interactive 3D figures of images such as CT scanning data in your work, and make your research more accessible, searchable and interactive.

Facilitated by Sketchfab, the interactive 3D viewer is fully integrated into the journal website. With no need to navigate away from the article, the reader remains on the same page to interact with the 3D model. 3D figures will also be available on the Sketchfab website further increasing the discoverability of your article.

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