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

RT @l_matthia: Successfully reproduced our results earlier thanks to @annakrystalli and Andrew, and just now mentioned in @catmacOA's talk.…
RT @l_matthia: Successfully reproduced our results earlier thanks to @annakrystalli and Andrew, and just now mentioned in @catmacOA's talk.…
RT @l_matthia: Successfully reproduced our results earlier thanks to @annakrystalli and Andrew, and just now mentioned in @catmacOA's talk.…
RT @l_matthia: Successfully reproduced our results earlier thanks to @annakrystalli and Andrew, and just now mentioned in @catmacOA's talk.…
Successfully reproduced our results earlier thanks to @annakrystalli and Andrew, and just now mentioned in @catmacOA's talk. https://t.co/qkaOTySt7W #OpenCon https://t.co/ymVoydy93p
RT @Protohedgehog: Awesome from @catmacOA on the current state of #openaccess publishing. 1: https://t.co/JpvlstfJGS 2: https://t.co/93FUwa…
RT @Protohedgehog: Awesome from @catmacOA on the current state of #openaccess publishing. 1: https://t.co/JpvlstfJGS 2: https://t.co/93FUwa…
Awesome from @catmacOA on the current state of #openaccess publishing. 1: https://t.co/JpvlstfJGS 2: https://t.co/93FUwakXWd 3: https://t.co/kSPKYaa6Zq #OpenCon https://t.co/JTiH4DlUVZ
The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles. https://t.co/6oHe5C7HMW via @PeerJPreprints
69 days ago
@Protohedgehog Heather Piwowar et al. is missing, too https://t.co/BnJVcOSUVi
@TobyABGreen @2omclark @jasonpriem and co-authors recently published a preprint on PeerJ assessing the prevalence and impact of OA - see it for data on the 47% of OA articles currently available - https://t.co/UiulMejOeQ
RT @unpaywall: @mrgunn @Protohedgehog @seis_matters @Andy_Tattersall @simosacchi @figshare @OA_Button We get #openaccess copy for 47% of DO…
RT @unpaywall: @mrgunn @Protohedgehog @seis_matters @Andy_Tattersall @simosacchi @figshare @OA_Button We get #openaccess copy for 47% of DO…
RT @unpaywall: @mrgunn @Protohedgehog @seis_matters @Andy_Tattersall @simosacchi @figshare @OA_Button We get #openaccess copy for 47% of DO…
RT @unpaywall: @mrgunn @Protohedgehog @seis_matters @Andy_Tattersall @simosacchi @figshare @OA_Button We get #openaccess copy for 47% of DO…
RT @unpaywall: @mrgunn @Protohedgehog @seis_matters @Andy_Tattersall @simosacchi @figshare @OA_Button We get #openaccess copy for 47% of DO…
RT @unpaywall: @mrgunn @Protohedgehog @seis_matters @Andy_Tattersall @simosacchi @figshare @OA_Button We get #openaccess copy for 47% of DO…
@robsyme @ReaderMeter @mrgunn Indeed it is. See our paper and accompanying datasets: https://t.co/6KYB2H1Avy https://t.co/dJ3860fj1h
85 days ago
@mrgunn @Protohedgehog @seis_matters @Andy_Tattersall @simosacchi @figshare @OA_Button We get #openaccess copy for 47% of DOIs. More details in this paper: https://t.co/1CcEKJbCV8
The State of OA https://t.co/MDBcxqCB8w via @PeerJPreprints
#oaweek @thePeerJ Preprints article 2017 found OA articles received 18% more citations than otherwise expected: https://t.co/KlBVYDqV2N https://t.co/FKtlSgOjXT
#OpenAccess moving fast! 28% of articles is now open. 45% of 2015 articles. Most OA articles do not have OA license. https://t.co/BqJGZFfkDT
A #newstudy by examines the state of #OpenAccess publishing (https://t.co/u8Qlgxh1fs). Critically reviewed. #scicom #datascience
The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of #OpenAccess articles https://t.co/wDvIftHPLn #eResAu17
The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of OA articles [PeerJ Preprints] https://t.co/xiQ2RLd9EF #mdls17