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Jeroen Bosman 6h
You can mimic that by using e.g. and filtering on OA before doing any search. Try and see if it makes any difference for you.
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Biⓐnca Kramer 9h
As discussed at workshop at with a.o. and focussing on goals and methods. Presentation here: w/
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Biⓐnca Kramer 9h
Update: levels Dutch universities' 2016-2017 output (articles & reviews) as measured in May 2018, based on DOIs from and OA information from . Data available cc w/
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Jeroen Bosman 17h
By the way, did you use for detection? And was the detection of versions on the web done by hand? In Google? Or Google Scholar? Thanks!
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Jeroen Bosman 17h
Thanks! Not meant as critique ;-) and for me all these are real OA, especially if they carry an open license.
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Jeroen Bosman 17h
Scientists should be solving problems, not struggling to access journals. Nice to see the study did on use of referred to in this Guardian article.
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
That kind of info would probably be in Ulrichs (proprietary), not (yet) in Wikidata I suppose
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
I should visit and use the more often. Invaluable resource. Thanks!
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
Replying to @rmounce @McDawg
Indeed this might happen when titles are changing hands. They seem freely available after 3 years now by the way.
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
Replying to @rmounce @McDawg
Thanks. I was asking in relation to pointing out the essential difference between (hybrid) gold OA and bronze
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
Thanks so much !
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
And note that this include Academia and personal websites and involves many older publication years, so not just 2017. That is not really comparable to figures you might have for
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
But do note that this includes preprints and ResearchGate
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
does either of you know about examples of *large scale* repaywalling of journals from bronze OA (free to read) to fully closed status? So full journals or journal volumes having gone that route?
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⓪ Grⓐhⓐm Steel 🔬🎓 May 22
'Paywall: The Movie' is due to be premiered in September. In the meantime, here are the trailers.
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
The programme of last week's COAR (Confederation of open access repositories) meeting now has links to many presentations and there is a nice post by
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Hans de Jonge May 18
Impressive compliance figures from our Austrian colleagues. 90% of articles OA available in 2017! Can’t say we’ve reached such figures in the NL yet. A huge congrats to
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Jeroen Bosman May 22
Scientists should be solving problems, not struggling to access journals. Nice to see the study did on use of referred to in this Guardian article.
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Jeroen Bosman May 21
Thanks, no problem. Just wondered if they would prove useful for these kind of discussions.
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Jeroen Sondervan May 21
The evolving landscape: Introductory report for the working group on preprints. / authored/edited by
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