Posts tagged with open access week
For Open Access week 2015, we tweeted some number-related facts about Europe PMC, reproduced with a little additional context here. 1. #EuropePMC has over 3,447,632 full text articles, with over 1,134,397 in the #openaccess subset http://europepmc.org/FtpSite #OAweek #OAinNumbers As well as full text articles, Europe PMC contains all of the 25.4M PubMed abstracts, plus additional […]
Europe PMC does lots of things in the Open Access arena. For Open Access week 2014, we summarised some of them in a series of tweets over the course of the week. They are gathered together here: 2. Articles in #EuropePMC in the #openaccess set: http://europepmc.org/search?query=%28OPEN_ACCESS:y%29&page=1 … #OAfact #OAweek2014 3. Textminers: Access the full text #openaccess subset from […]
This post is by our guest, Dr Stephen Pinfield, a Senior Lecturer in the Information School at the University of Sheffield. In this post he introduces us to his recent paper ‘Medical research charities and open access’ where he reports on a survey he carried out to assess the Open Access (OA) policies and activities of […]
To start, I should say that all at Europe PMC support Open Access. This is just a short list of some issues that can be frustrating… 1. The often incorrect definition of green and gold routes to Open Access I am a relative newcomer to Open Access having only been working in this area for a […]
Europe PMC is a service of the Europe PMC Funders' Group, in partnership with EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI); and in cooperation with the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM) . It includes content provided to the PubMed Central (NLM/PMC) archive by participating publishers.