I agree with you in spirit, but it getting harder and harder to follow academic papers, even in areas where I have a degree. If the research is even remotely funded by taxpayers, then everyone should have access to it. The search interfaces on individual journals is the standard mixed affair however there are many indexes out there that aggregate articles or just their metadata with decent navigation. It seems to have nearly complete coverage of anything that can be found in an online paper archive (both institutional archives and journals own archives), and a better search interface than those archives do. Via extracting references it even indexes a large amount of older material that not yet digitized; of course it can link you PDFs in that case, but it still provides the citation and can return offline papers by title in search results.
Caltech Announces Open Access Policy
I love how they mention "casual followers of science". To me this is a huge deal. I not a member of academia, but I really enjoy reading papers from a wide variety of fields (in the spirit of "learn everything about something and something about everything"). I can wait for a day when we get a centralized, non profit, publish consumer service for all the papers that ever get published by major research universities (with a good search tool). The value of such a service to the public and society would be enormous. Regular engineers that do no research per se might be interested in following research related to their application field to ensure that their developments follow the state of the art. Apparently Riak developers at Basho are fast at implementing such new theoretical results into their product . http: http: am pretty sure that Basho as an organization is not a subscriber to any pay walled CS journals. As an engineer contributing to the scikit learn project this is basically my job. as open source projects maintained over the years). Open Access is one of the tools to help break the traditional Researcher Engineering boundary as agile Nike Air Max 95 Black And Silver
weland 259 days ago link
This sounds like a great feature. I quite sure they don have anything like this.
RRRA 258 days ago link
to the 1960s from literally every major (and almost all minor) journals that do anything even remotely related to biomedicine, and also include a surprising number of physics and CS journals. It features a robust and easy to use API, and has since the 1990s. This is an actual law if you get money from the NIH, your publications have to end up in PMC following a short embargo period I think it about six months post publication?All of the PMC content is available free of charge, and it also has an API. Its budget is tiny, but it somehow manages to produce fabulous work and performs a vital service for the research community. And almost nobody has heard of it!
So is this a mandate for mandatory deposit on the institutional repository, even if it not going to be under green OA right away?If not, most paper will probably not be deposited.
stevenbedrick 258 days ago link
development tools and the devops movement helped break the Developer Sysadmin boundary. To me Open Access is a fundamental building block of "Agile Science".
Google Scholar has a reasonable interface, but I find its actual content to be unreliable at best. I usually just type in BibTeX data myself rather than importing it from anywhere. In CS, DBLP also has reasonably good curated bibliographic data, but lower coverage and no full text search.
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My alma mater library has a proxy that you can go through, as if you were sitting right there in the library, and have access to any journal they subscribe to. The trick being you have to be a current student, or alumni student. Alumni membership per year is the equivalent of $40, you can take out books from the library and use that proxy. You should see Nike Air Max 95 360 Ebay if your university doesn have something similar.
> I love how they mention "casual followers of science"Me too. This is quite beautiful. After I left academia, subscribing to all the journals I used to have access to through my university became economically unfeasible, for obvious reasons.
> I can wait for a day when we get a centralized, non profit, publish consumer service for all the papers that ever get published by major research universities (with a good search tool)You probably know about this already, but if you interested in anything biomedical in nature, the US National Library of Medicine PubMed interface to the MEDLINE database (also managed by the NLM) is exactly what you describe: http: is a bibliographic database that indexes all of the abstracts going back Nike Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire
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