Posted Mon, May, 07,2012
Articles published in open access journals like Clinical Medicine Insights: Oncology have been shown to receive more citations than articles published in restricted access journals.
A recent review of the studies on open access citation advantage found that 87% of previous research showed open access articles to be more often cited than restricted access articles. An article’s citation level gives a good indication of its visibility and impact, and in some subject areas open access papers received 600% more citations than restricted access papers.
The mean difference in citations was 176.75% in favour of open access, meaning papers published in open access journal almost always get a considerable citation advantage over those published in restricted access journals.
During March, Pubmed Central statistics showed that Libertas Academica has 1,259 papers available for anyone to download for free. These papers received 33,210 views, including 8,851 downloads. The most popular paper was viewed 731 times during the month. Including abstracts, figures, tables, supplementary data, and cited-in lists, Libertas material on the Pubmed Central website was viewed 50,777 times.
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The team at Libertas Academica stands above the pack as publishers of academic journals. My recent article in Clinical Medicine Insights: Oncology was handled very professionally throughout the process. They have my highest regards.
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