The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles

58 days ago
@OpenScienceOrg @WikiResearch @Wikipedia @unpaywall @Wikimedia @Impactstory @eLifeInnovation @mad_astronaut The evolution over time has two components: the prevalence of #openaccess in works published in a given time and the likelihood for editors to cite OA works in a given time (variant of the OA citation advantage?). https://t.co/9o0d4izuLm gives an idea.
RT @sla_md: #scholcomm article by Piwowar et al in PeerJ. cited by @JevinWest #bibsymp18 The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the pre…
58 days ago
#scholcomm article by Piwowar et al in PeerJ. cited by @JevinWest #bibsymp18 The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles https://t.co/Ak6fiZqUez https://t.co/tVvNhKoVj9
The State of OA https://t.co/4oOyoYvWE2 via @thePeerJ
What's up with #academicpublishing? Interesting analysis of The State of OA here: https://t.co/sux1cBZTBe via @thePeerJ
"OA articles receive 18% more citations than average, an effect driven primarily by Green and Hybrid OA" https://t.co/2tcz2aw0Ph via @MariaRitola
RT @ivonnelujano: "Academic Social Networks do not check for copyright compliance, and therefore as much as half their content is illegally…
RT @ivonnelujano: "Academic Social Networks do not check for copyright compliance, and therefore as much as half their content is illegally…
"Academic Social Networks do not check for copyright compliance, and therefore as much as half their content is illegally posted and hosted" The State of OA https://t.co/oQgnFvlHHl via @thePeerJ #openaccess #openaccessquotes
RT @dannykay68: ARTICLE: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles https://t.co/fIMNahch…
RT @hylanjac: "More than half of the papers published by OUP, IOP and APS are freely available" The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of…
RT @jasonpriem: Huzzah! 1st citation of our paper 'The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access arti…
@OyaRieger @OyaRieger Does this statement not contradict the results in fig 5 of this article https://t.co/ZY0k5Qo5mn showing a higher number of citations to hybrid? Which search engines, important ones?
112 days ago
@MarXivPapers @mpalviai Some helpful reading material: https://t.co/eoiu2gV0Pd
116 days ago
@generalising Yah. This study that checked WoS items with DOIs found higher percentage are Green OA. This would be something worth looking into more! https://t.co/eGpqXNB6yj https://t.co/gqCMK8Izx5
The State of OA https://t.co/VqgOaIz2S2 via @thePeerJ
119 days ago
They cite "The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles" https://t.co/r4N8HTLxBU https://t.co/VNAwZxy10J
@ClaudioElsevier @unpaywall @Drag6 Buonasera. Abbiamo forse detto il contrario? Non si sa quanto durerà. Nel frattempo gli accademici possono gradualmente passare ad Unpaywall (che copre il 52% delle richieste con archivi ad #AccessoAperto https://t.co/Ru9TvBeCyL ) e al prestito interbibliotecario.
@TheIrisAI @joshmnicholson @ProjectAiur @Forbes @kittygknowles @oacore @petrknoth Wait, are you serious? If so, that is a bigger OA database than even SciHub has. And much larger than the latest estimate of 19M articles https://t.co/SKEnBksBfD
@kirkfiereck @DominicBoyer @anandspandian @AmEthno @culanth @AmericanAnthro Piwowar et al. (2018) "The State of OA: A Large-Scale Analysis of the Prevalence and Impact of Open Access Articles." PeerJ 6:e4375 https://t.co/1PUXZobYDV
159 days ago
For example. Take a look at this slide-deck https://t.co/HF2cvvKzbF that cites this article (https://t.co/r4N8HTLxBU) in a slide BUT doesn't use the DOI https://t.co/RkxVHYKnB7
168 days ago
5.6 million is from EBSCO knowledgebase for scholarly articles 3.7. million is from UT search tool with limit to fulltext. Open access rate is from https://t.co/r4N8HTLxBU
RT @ryregier: IEEE prices are expensive, even compared to other high cost scholarly publishers. Also they produce a very small percentage o…
177 days ago
IEEE prices are expensive, even compared to other high cost scholarly publishers. Also they produce a very small percentage of of openly licensed articles compared to other publishers https://t.co/E5OGJBjpTz https://t.co/u6LjrYYwwU
181 days ago
The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles https://t.co/P3VWksuYIU via @thePeerJ