Using R packages to populate IR

peter.suber's bookmarks 2022-01-25


"Many institutions have reported that participation rates of article deposit in their IR are low regardless of their various efforts in outreach and engagement. Even when the deposit is mandated, the participation rate can still be quite low.

Once this hurdle was overcome, there is another challenge faced by the IR administrators, ensuring that the version submitted by the researcher is the appropriate version. If it is not, IR administrators would need to take additional steps to correspond with the researcher to obtain the appropriate version. Thus, increasing their administrative work load.

Therefore, some institutions had taken the pro-active initiative to complete the deposit on behalf of their researchers. This certainly is not a small undertaking. However, there are openly available R packages ( that can be used to automate some of the processes. In this page, I will summarize the steps to do that...."


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Tags: oa.deposits oa.autodeposits oa.implementation oa.versions oa.floss oa.unpaywall oa.apis oa.code4oa oa.repositories

Date tagged:

01/25/2022, 09:06

Date published:

01/25/2022, 04:07