PubMed Central Revealed — Reviewing and Interpreting the Findings of a Surprising 2013 | The Scholarly Kitchen 2013-12-26


"When I filed my first Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request back in November of 2012, I had no idea the volume and content of the materials I might receive. Would it be a small packet of innocuous documents? Just a letter with nothing to follow? Now, with well over 1,000 pages stacked up and more than a dozen blog posts filed, it seems time to take a look back at what we’ve discovered during 2013 about PubMed Central (PMC), its management, its behavior, and its limitations. This post is an attempt to inventory and summarize what we now know, for the sake of putting it all together a bit better and presenting you with a meaningful retrospective ..."


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12/26/2013, 13:46

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12/26/2013, 08:46