Enrich your article

Discover a range of free tools to present your research in a more powerful, dynamic and engaging way.

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Elsevier gives authors the opportunity to present their work in powerful new ways. We support a growing range of the digital formats and objects that are commonly used in modern-day research. Aside from adding valuable context to the article, these enrichments improve the way articles are presented
online, giving readers better insights and helping authors make an impact.

How Enrichments Enhance the Reading Experience

Available Enrichments for Research Articles

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Interactive Data Viewers

When publishing your research online, you are no longer confined to static visuals. Explore our set of 3D viewers and interactive visualizations that will help you share insights with your readers. Files are prepared and submitted by the author with the manuscript. To find out how to prepare your files to activate the viewers, please click on the links below.

3D Radiological Data Viewer

3D Neuroimaging Viewer

3D Molecular Models and Crystallographic Data

3D Geometric Shapes and Models

Interactive Network Viewer

Interactive MATLAB Figure Viewer

Interactive Phylogenetic Trees

Interactive Plot Viewer

Interactive U3D models

Interactive Map Viewer

R Code Viewer

Virtual Microscope

interactive data viewers

context & references

Context & References

Help your readers understand your work and place it in the right context, by giving them easy access to reference information and data while reading your article. To connect your article, just add the appropriate identifiers, keywords, or accession numbers – and we’ll do the rest.

Antibody Data

Chemical Compound Viewer powered by Reaxys

Lipid Structures Viewer*

Gene Expression Omnibus Linked Data

Genome Viewer

PANGAEA Linked Data

Protein Viewer

PubChem Chemical Compound Viewer

Article Presentation & Multimedia

Add another dimension to your article: use multimedia features to promote your work or help readers test their understanding. For general instructions for artwork, audio, video and multimedia please refer to the Artwork and Media Instructions


Featured Author Videos

Featured Multimedia for this Article

Interactive Case Insights

Inline Supplementary Material


Sharing Research Data

As a researcher, you are increasingly encouraged, or even mandated, to make your research data available, accessible, discoverable and usable. There are some simple ways to share your research data, including features that are directly available when you submit to an Elsevier journal.