A formal complaint to the European Ombudsman has been submitted about the recent announcement that Elsevier, a scholarly publisher and data analytics provider, has been subcontracted to monitor the future progress of Open Science in Europe. You are invited to consider signing it too.
New: Scholarly Publishing, Freedom of Information and Academic Self-Determination
We have published Scholarly Publishing, Freedom of Information and Academic Self-Determination: The UNAM-Elsevier Case as a pre-print on figshare.
On the Journals UNAM Gave Away to Elsevier, @Red_HD
My post at the Red de Humanidades Digitales blog: http://humanidadesdigitales.net/blog/2017/08/07/revistas-academicas-elsevier-sciencedirect/#RedHD I also shared a revised dataset on figshare.
#rfringe17: Top 230 Terms in Tweetage
Repository Fringe is a gathering for repository managers and others interested in research data repositories and publication repositories. I collected an archive of #rfringe17, containing 1118 Tweet IDs. I then analysed the text of the tweets with Voyant Tools to identify most frequent terms and refined the results to 230 terms.
Mapping THE and Elsevier’s 2015-2016: Arts and Humanities Subject Ranking Top 100
Where I quickly map the data from the "Subject Ranking 2015-2016: Arts and humanities top 100 in partnership with Elsevier" published 21 October 2015.
At Altmetric: Insights from “The Individual and Scholarly Networks”
At Altmetric, my notes on an online seminar I took on "Building Networks and Evaluating Network Relationships.”
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