Iridia Supplementary Information Instructions page

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On this page, you can find instructions on how to use the Iridia Supplementary Information page. You should transfer all the supplementary information (videos, images, pictures, graphs, etc.) of your papers to this page. The structure is as follows:

  • There is the page in which we keep a record of all the papers containing supplementary information, with a link leading to a dedicated page containing this info.
  • Under /supp/ there are directories, one for each paper, containing all the media plus an index.html file

Procedure for adding supplementary material

  1. Locally prepare:
    1. The index.html of your supplementary page using the template at Your index.html should contain all the information referred to in the paper (it can also include extra text). You can develop and try out your page in the public_html/ directory of your user account on the IRIDIA web server.
    2. All the supplementary information (images, videos, etc.) and use local links from the index.html page.
  2. Then, please write an email to the responsible of the supplementary pages with the following information:
    1. Title
    2. Authors
    3. Link to or zip file of your supplementary page
  3. The responsible of the supplementary pages will create a directory under with the title IridiaSupp200x-00x (the numbering is according to the year of the paper and the rank it gets for that year). Papers will acquire an ascending number (the first who asks for a number gets it).
  4. You should

Adding streaming video

To add a streaming video, please use HTML5. The simple procedure is the following.

  1. Add the tag
    <video src="video.ogg" controls="controls">Your browser does not support the video tag.</video>
  2. Convert your avi to ogg with
     ffmpeg -i video.avi -b 1024k video.ogg 
  3. Place video.ogg in IridiaSupp200x-00x

More info on ffmpeg can be found here: useful ffmpeg commands.


In case you have any questions, please contact the responsible of the supplementary pages.