Support Publish or Perish development
The development of the Publish or Perish software is a volunteering effort that has been ongoing since 2006.
Download and use of Publish or Perish is and will remain free (gratis), but your support toward the costs of hosting, bandwidth, and software development is appreciated. You can support Publish or Perish by buying a copy of the Publish or Perish Book or the Publish or Perish Tutorial. If you find Publish or Perish useful, then this is your chance to say "thank you" to the developers.
Publish or Perish Book (pdf version)
This book documents the many and variable uses of Publish or Perish. It shows you how to get the best out of the software program, create effective academic impact stories, but also teaches you how to be a responsible user of research metrics.
© 2010 Anne-Wil Harzing. Published by Tarma Software Research Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia, 266 pp, ISBN 978-0-9808485-0-2 (pdf).
Please note: PoP is under continuous development. This book is best suited for Publish or Perish version 3 and 4, but 90% of its content is applicable to Publish or Perish version 5 as well.
Tutorial: 80 PoP tips (pdf version)
This tutorial of 80 tips introduces the user to the main functions of Publish or Perish in short and easy chunks. Most sections can be read independently, but the collection is structured in a logical order, so you can work through it doing one section at a time.
© 2016 Anne-Wil Harzing. Published by Tarma Software Research Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 178 pp. ISBN 978-0-9808485-9-5 (pdf)
Please note: PoP is under continuous development. This tutorial is best suited for Publish or Perish version 4, but 90% of its content is applicable to Publish or Perish version 5 as well.
Other ways to support Publish or Perish
Please do not feel obliged to support us financially; we developed Publish or Perish to help academics across the world obtain better (and free) access to academic data sources and will remain to do so.
However, if you use Publish or Perish frequently or are employed by a well-resourced institution and would like to provide additional support, just send us an email to discuss what you have in mind.
Copyright © 2017 David Adams. All rights reserved. Page last modified on Sun 12 Mar 2017 22:24
Web master of Harzing.com and developer of the Publish or Perish software, among other things. He holds BSc and MSc degrees in Electrical Engineering, a PhD in Operations Research, and likes to watch academic life from a safe distance.