Advanced Search now available in Paperity

Paperity, the first multidisciplinary aggregator of Open Access journals and papers indexing over 1 million articles, has released today an Advanced Search feature to help readers find relevant literature and follow new publications on a given subject. The Advanced Search supports many types of constraints: search by keyword, journal, ISSN, DOI, language, geographical location, article…

Paperity Hits 1 Million Paper Milestone

To bring all open literature – from different countries, institutions, research disciplines – all to one place, for unconstrained access and discovery… Is it possible? We asked this question two years ago, when launching Paperity, the first multi-disciplinary aggregator of Open Access (OA) journals and papers. We had realized at that time that the system…

Paperity will help fight plagiarism

Paperity has established strategic cooperation with Plagiat.pl and StrikePlagiarism.com, a leading EU-based provider of anti-plagiarism software. Under this cooperation, Paperity will share with Plagiat.pl the bibliographic data of all the aggregated articles, current and future ones. Consequently, Plagiat.pl’s database of reference works will expand by one million documents already now, and even more in the…

Over 500,000 articles in Paperity

Today, five months after launch, Paperity reached an important milestone: the number of articles aggregated surpassed 500,000 items. This makes Paperity comparable in size to some of the most popular disciplinary repositories of scholarly literature, such as the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), which contains 491,100 articles at the time of writing. We are even more…

Paperity partners with Altmetric in measuring social impact of papers

With the advent of Internet era and online academic publishing, not only the way how scholars communicate, but also how their impact is measured, undergo radical evolution. Traditional citation-based metrics, such as impact factor or h-index, are being increasingly complemented by “alternative metrics”, or altmetrics, which measure online attention received by a given article in a…