Origin Reports is designed for editorial office professionals who need to prepare accurate, sophisticated performance reports to communicate with editorial boards, publishers, and funders. Generate tables, charts, and graphs in seconds using your editorial office data from Scholar One or Editorial Manager. Use filters to highlight critical data trends, save your charts into customizable reports, or use our Standard Reports designed by editorial reporting experts.
Blog Post Collections
Best Practices in Journal Reporting
- REPORTING ON VARIABILITY IN EDITORIAL OFFICE DATA
- A DATE IS A DATE IS A DATE… MAYBE NOT
- USING JOURNAL TIMING CHARTS TO IMPROVE MANUSCRIPT FLOW: PART 1
- USING JOURNAL TIMING CHARTS TO IMPROVE MANUSCRIPT FLOW: PART 2
- USING JOURNAL TIMING CHARTS TO IMPROVE MANUSCRIPT FLOW: PART 3
- DIVING DEEPER INTO YOUR SUBMISSION DATA
- HOW TO DESIGN AN EFFECTIVE EDITORIAL REPORT: PART 1
- HOW TO DESIGN AN EFFECTIVE EDITORIAL REPORT: PART 2
- HOW TO DESIGN AN EFFECTIVE EDITORIAL REPORT: PART 3
- HOW TO DESIGN AN EFFECTIVE EDITORIAL REPORT: PART 4
- THE IMPORTANCE OF CHART PARAMETER LISTS
- WHY YOU SHOULDN’T RECYCLE HISTORICAL SUMMARY DATA
Dr. Jason Roberts
Jason Roberts is a Senior Partner at Origin Editorial, an editorial office services and peer review management company, and Origin Reports, a reporting software application. He is also a past-president of the International Society of Managing and Technical Editors. In 2017 he published the book Peer Review: Reform and Renewal in Scientific Publishing and is an editorial board member of the journal Research Integrity and Peer Review (Springer-Nature).
Kristen Overstreet is a Senior Partner at Origin Editorial, an editorial office services and peer review management company, and Origin Reports, a reporting software application. She is also a past president of the International Society of Managing and Technical Editors. Kristen currently serves on the ISMTE’s North American Planning Committee, Early Career Committee, and Community Platform Task Force, and the Force11 Research Data Publishing Ethics Working Group.
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- Charts and tables with median and interquartile range data available in the decisions, editors, and reviewers sections
- Submissions charts for eJournalPress
- New streamlined start screen with easier access to our custom designed standard reports
- Additional charts included in standard reports
- New reviewer standard report
- Redesigning MyReports to incorporate a new landing page
February 2022 Update – Global Dataset Uploader:
Upload Two Datasets at Once
With the global uploader, you can now upload your Submissions & Decisions CSV and your Editors & Reviewers CSV files at the same time. You will no longer need to change datasets to create charts in different sections.
Your Data Available From Anywhere in the App
Upload your data one time and have access to it from chart creation, MyCharts, and MyReports. Using Origin Reports is now faster and easier than ever before.
Never Lose Track of What Data You’re Working With
The global uploader ribbon always displays your dataset file names and indicates the submission system the data came from, which helps you keep track of what you’re working on. This is especially helpful if you’re supporting multiple journals.
New Visual Chart Selection Menu
Choose what type of chart you want to create and Origin Reports will display all available chart options in that section. Narrow your chart options using variable dropdown boxes.