Is the open access citation advantage real?

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0253129

“A total of 5,744 items were retrieved. Ultimately, 134 items were identified for inclusion. 64 studies (47.8%) confirmed the existence of OACA, while 37 (27.6%) found that it did not exist, 32 (23.9%) found OACA only in subsets of their sample, and 1 study (0.8%) was inconclusive. Studies with a focus on multiple disciplines were significantly positively associated with finding that OACA exists in subsets, and are less associated with finding that OACA did not exist. In the critical appraisal of the included studies, 3 were found to have an overall low risk of bias. Of these, one found that an OACA existed, one found that it did not, and one found that an OACA occurred in subsets.”


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Klaus Graf (25. Juni 2021). Is the open access citation advantage real? Archivalia. Abgerufen am 20. Juli 2024 von https://doi.org/10.58079/ce20


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