The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles

RT @jasonpriem: "The State of #OA," our paper analyzing #openaccess progress, was a 2017 hit on @thePeerJ! Congrats to my awesome coautho…
RT @jasonpriem: "The State of #OA," our paper analyzing #openaccess progress, was a 2017 hit on @thePeerJ! Congrats to my awesome coautho…
"The State of #OA," our paper analyzing #openaccess progress, was a 2017 hit on @thePeerJ! Congrats to my awesome coauthors: @stefhaustein @lariviev @juancommander @l_matthia @bree_uw @ashleydfarley @jevinwest @researchremix https://t.co/t6DbEQa0Xd https://t.co/j2FC5CLSxj
@alesarrett @l_matthia If only there were some way Lisa could find out the difference ;) https://t.co/93FUwakXWd #bam
318 days ago
RT @skrashen: … at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
RT @skrashen: … at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
RT @skrashen: … at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
… at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18% more citations than average. https://t.co/o2yY3J5YBV
325 days ago
The State of OA https://t.co/CFk8GU70l2 via @PeerJPreprints #openaccess
https://t.co/aDeAW0hd5i
27,9 % des articles scientifiques (19 millions) sont en libre accès. Le reste des articles (72 %) sont considérés comme « fermés » y compris ceux présents dans les réseaux académiques (ResearchGate, https://t.co/Fhc366QXkN...) et dans Sci-Hub #openaccess https://t.co/VS79HMWDkq
RT @MsPhelps: @oaDOI_org @researchremix @jasonpriem @clarivate Comparing current OA numbers in WoS with analysis of WoS sample in https://t…
RT @MsPhelps: @oaDOI_org @researchremix @jasonpriem @clarivate Comparing current OA numbers in WoS with analysis of WoS sample in https://t…
341 days ago
RT @MsPhelps: @oaDOI_org @researchremix @jasonpriem @clarivate Comparing current OA numbers in WoS with analysis of WoS sample in https://t…
@oaDOI_org @researchremix @jasonpriem @clarivate Comparing current OA numbers in WoS with analysis of WoS sample in https://t.co/ikg9xHFuVa - why would % green be so much less now? (3.9% for articles+reviews 2009-2015, 11.5% in similar sample in preprint data) https://t.co/WfwjnSPGmX
RT @skrashen: "… at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
RT @skrashen: "… at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
RT @skrashen: "… at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
RT @skrashen: "… at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
RT @skrashen: "… at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18%…
"… at least 28% of the scholarly literature is Open Access .. this proportion is growing … (Open access articles) receive 18% more citations than average." https://t.co/o2yY3J5YBV
RT @tomstafford: Open Access articles receive 18% more citations than average https://t.co/h8oJozegZL
Open Access articles receive 18% more citations than average https://t.co/h8oJozegZL
RT @ProjectOpenUP: The State of #OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles by @researchremix et al. v…
RT @ProjectOpenUP: The State of #OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles by @researchremix et al. v…