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

The #openaccess #citation advantage; supporting @thePeerJ study https://t.co/SickyCvQal "accounting for age and discipline, OA articles receive 18% more citations than average, an effect driven primarily by Green & Hybrid OA" @researchremix @jasonpriem @_OpenPharma @Science_Open https://t.co/p5VSYnEIdu
RT @ProjectOpenUP: The state of #OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles by @researchremix , @jason…
RT @ProjectOpenUP: The state of #OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles by @researchremix , @jason…
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RT @ProjectOpenUP: The state of #OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles by @researchremix , @jason…
64 days ago
The state of #OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles by @researchremix , @jasonpriem, @lariviev @juancommander, @l_matthia , @bree_uw, @ashleydfarley, @jevinwest & @stefhaustein, available via @thePeerJ: https://t.co/V0ieiWw45G
RT @johncoxnuig: The State of OA, well worth a read. Headlines: 28% of scholarly literature OA (possibly a 30% underestimate), 18% OA citat…
RT @johncoxnuig: The State of OA, well worth a read. Headlines: 28% of scholarly literature OA (possibly a 30% underestimate), 18% OA citat…
64 days ago
RT @johncoxnuig: The State of OA, well worth a read. Headlines: 28% of scholarly literature OA (possibly a 30% underestimate), 18% OA citat…
RT @johncoxnuig: The State of OA, well worth a read. Headlines: 28% of scholarly literature OA (possibly a 30% underestimate), 18% OA citat…
RT @johncoxnuig: The State of OA, well worth a read. Headlines: 28% of scholarly literature OA (possibly a 30% underestimate), 18% OA citat…
64 days ago
The State of OA, well worth a read. Headlines: 28% of scholarly literature OA (possibly a 30% underestimate), 18% OA citation advantage and 47% publications found via Unpaywall are OA. Interesting on OA categories and implications for journal cancellations https://t.co/aMBBCtsGk8 https://t.co/TMIdsjfaqO
RT @c_riesen: You should all read this. “We found 27.9% of all DOI-assigned journal articles are OA” „Articles from 2015 had the highest pr…
RT @thePeerJ: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/5RTkhW9mzO https://…
RT @thePeerJ: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/5RTkhW9mzO https://…
RT @GoatsThatStare: New paper on the state of #OpenAccess: "... accounting for age and discipline, #OA articles receive 18% more citations…
RT @thePeerJ: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/5RTkhW9mzO https://…
New paper on the state of #OpenAccess: "... accounting for age and discipline, #OA articles receive 18% more citations than average" https://t.co/cLj3kzLqiM
RT @briandavidearp: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles https://t.co/do0rkXnYpO ht…
You should all read this. “We found 27.9% of all DOI-assigned journal articles are OA” „Articles from 2015 had the highest proportion OA (45%)” “more than 20% of papers published before the digital age are freely available” The State of OA https://t.co/pwdm8XvQPg via @thePeerJ
RT @Protohedgehog: At least 28% of the scholarly literature is now Open Access (19 million), with that proportion growing - 45% in 2015! ht…
RT @thePeerJ: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/5RTkhW9mzO https://…
RT @thePeerJ: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/5RTkhW9mzO https://…
RT @briandavidearp: The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles https://t.co/do0rkXnYpO ht…
Today I learned a new OA. Besides Green, Gold and Hybride there is a Bronze one now? Bronze: Free to read on the publisher page, but without an clearly identifiable license. source https://t.co/da6ZgCTEad #openaccess Is this already a common OA license in the rest of the world?
The state of OA: a large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles https://t.co/do0rkXnYpO https://t.co/FIZYsJXarl