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 | 24 May 2012


Increasing proportion of UKPMC articles are open access

on this
blog showed how the proportion of open
access content in UKPMC was increasing. By open access, we mean “free to
read AND free to reuse”, at least for non-commercial purposes, although
all the content on UKPMC is free to read. At that time the trend reported
showed that the proportion of open access content had grown to 33% in 2009.

2010, the proportion of articles that are open access has risen to 41% of the
articles published that year, or almost 70,000 articles in real numbers.

graph below shows the growth of open access articles in UKPMC between 2001 and

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