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

224 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…
233 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
237 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
@UWuttke @humcommons There's also a lot of sharing of PDFs regardless of legality of doing so. Also publisher-released 'bronze' unlicensed material is out there: https://t.co/XEVp214hUW (PeerJ is a journal w/ a pre-print service, interestingly).
RT @OIS_Center: #openaccess articles receive 18% more citations than average new article from @jasonpriem The State of OA https://t.co/MjHA…
For some core reading on OA, check out this paper by @researchremix and co https://t.co/8iRL8Jl91F and this one by myself and team awesome https://t.co/mXSHklNMET
And another panel... Jake Zarnegal introduces Carrie Calder @SpringerNature and Christian Kohl . Jakes tells us about a great recent article https://t.co/7UXw1DukkG by @researchremix et al introducing #bronze #OpenAccess (free to read)
@1ResearchGeek @lilyrglg @DOAJplus @unpaywall @OA_Button fwiw we did back up our claim with data :) 48% of what Unpaywall users requested in one given week was OA, as per https://t.co/8gr7sHKazu Sorry your experience isn't as good!
A recent article estimates that "everything" will be open access by 2040. Read more at https://t.co/6qSr7XYK7v. What do you think? #openaccess #research #goldoa #greenoa https://t.co/oQT5Mf2wcN
RT @marc_rr: The state of #OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/6bm4OoyeuC https://…
The state of #OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/6bm4OoyeuC https://t.co/fd0UgtO4w5
RT @jeroenson: Much to be said about the growing Bronze #openaccess category: free content without a proper license: https://t.co/57WFMOUFa…
RT @jeroenson: Much to be said about the growing Bronze #openaccess category: free content without a proper license: https://t.co/57WFMOUFa…
RT @jeroenson: Much to be said about the growing Bronze #openaccess category: free content without a proper license: https://t.co/57WFMOUFa…
Much to be said about the growing Bronze #openaccess category: free content without a proper license: https://t.co/57WFMOUFaR. Article based on this study: https://t.co/eTzAS1LEln in which important follow-up questions are addressed.
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…
Just read this article and came across 'Bronze' OA - new concept for me. The State of OA https://t.co/W1783AnI7h
RT @OIS_Center: #openaccess articles receive 18% more citations than average new article from @jasonpriem The State of OA https://t.co/MjHA…
279 days ago
@nwehner @researchremix @unpaywall This one I think. They checked against both Google Scholar and Google https://t.co/5ZHIFs6bS7
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…
RT @thePeerJ: Researchers find that 28% of all journal articles are freely available online (Crossref-DOI sample) and that the proportion o…
RT @thePeerJ: Researchers find that 28% of all journal articles are freely available online (Crossref-DOI sample) and that the proportion o…
RT @thePeerJ: Researchers find that 28% of all journal articles are freely available online (Crossref-DOI sample) and that the proportion o…
RT @thePeerJ: Researchers find that 28% of all journal articles are freely available online (Crossref-DOI sample) and that the proportion o…