If your #OAweek slide deck feels like its missing something, go ahead and read this 2018 "State of OA" paper on @thePeerJ by @researchremix et al. https://t.co/Ko8ou3t6Cv Useful breakdown of OA types (green, gold, hybrid, bronze) and evidence of the OA Citation Advantage
Åpen tilgang er ikke like vanlig i alle fagfelt. Piwowar et al. (2018) har analysert publiseringsverden og funnet at biomedisin og matematikk publiserer langt mer åpent enn for eksempel kjemi og ingeniørfag. Men hvorfor? https://t.co/FtGScuWVq5 #OpenAccessWeek https://t.co/8Vs00BH29G
@ZenPublisher According to Piwowar et al somewhere between ~5-12%, but this is the share of all articles. Embargoes mean that most Green versions are posted months after the VoR is published. Piwowar paper is here https://t.co/7YwNIOjMIB
When discussing #PlanS, please keep in mind that we don‘t have a definitive #OpenAccess terminology. So please define your usage, esp. of „gold“.
I recommend @researchremix‘s et al. terminology (by which „platinum“ would be a subset of „gold“) https://t.co/pwdm8XvQPg