Web of Science - Open Access Flags - Journal or Article Attribute?
wouter.gerritsma at WUR.NL
Fri Jan 24 03:04:22 EST 2014
Just a very little investigation shows that PLoS ONE is clearly indicated as an OA journal in Web of Science, despite the fact that it is not listed at http://science.thomsonreuters.com/cgi-bin/linksj/opensearch.cgi
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Subject: [SIGMETRICS] Web of Science - Open Access Flags - Journal or Article Attribute?
Recently Web of Science pushed out a new release which includes an open access flag. This allows a user to segment a result set by whether the records are open access or not.
I’m interested to know if this is an article level assignment, and would identify OA articles in a hybrid journal, or indeed Green OA, or whether it is a merely a journal attribute? Where is this information being sourced from?
The Open Access journal list here is a little patchy:
There are five PLOS journals, but no PLOS ONE. How can new additions to this list be suggested?
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