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What is being published with OJS? and by whom?

What is being published with OJS? and by whom?

Lightning talk presented at the PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference 2017 in Montreal, Canada.

http://pkp.sfu.ca/pkp2017

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Juan Pablo Alperin

August 04, 2017
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  1. Juan Pablo Alperin @juancommander Kevin Stranack & Erik W. Hanson

    What is being published with OJS? and by whom? #scholcommlab
  2. Two parts of the problem: 1. finding OJS journals 2.

    learning how they work
  3. 1. finding OJS journals

  4. convoluted process 1. Process the PKP website logs for referrer

    URLs that ‘look like’ OJS journals 2. Attempt to contact the OAI PMH URL corresponding to the journal URL (following known OJS URL patterns) to verify if it is an OJS journal 3. Save the repository identifier, I.P. address, OJS version number 4. Identify all the journals for this installation using the OAI verb “ListSets” 5. Save the journal name, and journal contact email address from the OAI response for later use 6. Add known OJS OAI URLs to an instance of the PKP Harvester 7. Look up the journal’s country 8. Collect the article metadata for every journal using OAI PMH 9. Process the article data to identify number of articles published per year, the country of origin of the journal, etc.
  5. OJS Journals with 10 articles per year

  6. Articles per journal in OJS in journals with 10 articles

    per year
  7. Journals in OJS in journals with 10 articles

  8. 2. learning how they work

  9. received 2,114valid responses 8,065 valid email addresses 26.2%response rate

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  11. 88.5% freely available to readers immediately 2.2%never make content freely

    available
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  16. juan@alperin.ca @juancommander thank you read my work: http://alperin.ca/publications