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Matching source and cited

journals

Task: Classify WoS source journals in terms of Open Access


journals or not.
I found this list of OA WoS journals at
http://blog.lib.umn.edu/scholcom/accessdenied/206168.html
and edited it into the file WOS OA 2009.cla looking like this. Do it yourself and be
sure to have it here!

Must be sorted alphabetically by 1st


column

I also have an out-file based on the source journal


field (SO) of Web of Science records from my
university with PY=2009
Make such a file for your own download.

Now, run Add data classify/Binary search and answer Yes


to print not found, and No for multiple hits

The result is in the cll-file, which you may open


in Excel and edit it there

Now, about 7 percent is published in OAjournals

How to find abbreviated journal names in full journal


names.
From the WoS cited journal list at:
http://images.webofknowledge.com/WOK46/help/WOS/0-9_abrvjt.html
I made a classification file, web of science contents abbr journals.cla,
looking like this:
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
.

AMA WINTER EDUCATORS CONFERENCE AMER MAR AS


BLEACH PLANT OPERATIONS SHORT COURSE
NOTES TECH
DYES, FILLERS & PIGMENTS SHORT COURSE
NOTES TECH
ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, BOOK 1 AND 2
P TECH AS P
ENVIRONMENTAL CONFERENCE, BOOKS 1 AND 2
P TECH AS P
FINISHING AND CONVERTING CONFERENCE
P TECH AS P

In total 58.187 journal names. Imagine what you could do with that list! Of course you can
switch and sort the columns if you wish to search by abbreviation rather than ful l name.

Using this list I classified the WOS OA list to replace the full journal
names with the abbreviated journal names, resulting in a file named
wos oa 2009 abbr.cla looking like this:
AAPS J
Open Access
AAPS PHARMSCITECH
ABSTR APPL ANAL
ACTA ADRIAT Open Access
ACTA BIOCHIM POL
ACTA BIOQUIM CLIN L
ACTA BOT MEX Open Access
ACTA CHIM SLOV
.
.

Open Access
Open Access
Open Access
Open Access
Open Access

Lets us use that new WOS OA list to classify our cited journals in
terms of open access or not!
Learn more about Classification and recoding with BibExcel at:
http://www8.umu.se/inforsk/Bibexcel/Classification%20and%20recoding%20with

Now, select the cited references.out file and


make it a cited journal file, using these settings
and press Start

Next, select the oux-file and make a cit-file from it.


Choose Whole string and then next to it press Start.

Select the cited reference.cit file make these settings

Now, run Add data classify/Binary search and answer Yes


to print not found, and No for multiple hits

Open the cll-file in Excel and make some


small editing and with a Pivot table you will
fins that about 2 percent of the citations
made in 2009 go to 2009 OA Journals