This is a list of potential sources of journal article metadata for the Knowledge for All citation database. To filter by language, subject, data format, or metadata, click on a highlighted term.
Includes journals from Eastern Europe and developing world not indexed electronically by others.
Also includes colloquia, symposia, proceedings, and internal NASA reports.
Project closed source and managed by private companies so will likely not share data.
Also other portions of the physical, social and mathematical sciences that are pertinent to the study of cognition.
Also includes conference papers and technical reports.
Can export citations to reference management software, but not sure of data harvesting possibilities beyond that. International project with good coverage of multilingual and international material.
Data available via 3lib.org. Work with major publishers to have data on their journals included in RePEc and EconPapers. Also people upload their own articles and working papers. RePEc is a distributed data set residing in over 1100 archives operated by research organizations, academic departments and publishers.
The CC MED dataset comprises article data from German and German-language journals obtained via scans of the Table of Contents. Article data in CC MED is generated from the tables of contents of the journal issues or from metadata supplied with the articles (e.g. German Medical Science). Includes journals published from 2000 onwards. The database offers a Z39.50 interface as standard.
Scholar directory, citation database, and citation analysis tool maintained by scholars. Includes books and whole journals - difficult to search separately.
Thesaurus Creative Commons but not sure about data. Citations added by consortium members (700 institutions)/ researchers – 57661 citations but not complete by journal. Want data to be available so researchers can replicate.
API licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0. http://www.journaltocs.ac.uk/develop.php "API gives you access to our entire database of articles, journals and publishers, which is being updated and continually collected from the publishers' own TOC RSS feeds, as soon as they are published on the web." Students contacted Santiago by e-mail and he said, ““Anyone can freely use JournalTOCs API (http://www.journaltocs.ac.uk/docs) to reuse the metadata collected by JournalTOCs”.
Latin American periodicals.
Historical journals in German and English.
Private company. Includes more than articles.
Free database of open access journals provided by private company in India.
An open access subset of the records are harvestable using OAI-PMH interface http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/guide/howto/dwn-records/. Also the CISTI/CIHI collection http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/oai.cgi?verb=Identify
Hubmed: Alternative interface for accessing PubMed data.
Also accessible via OKF http://openbiblio.net/2011/05/23/medline-dataset/
Linked data via JISC http://opencitations.net/source-data/ (About the project: https://opencitations.wordpress.com/2011/07/01/jisc-open-citations-proje...)
The database describes over 70,000 documents covering physical, mental, and psychiatric disabilities, independent living, vocational rehabilitation, special education, assistive technology, law, employment, and other issues as they relate to people with disabilities. The collection spans 1956 to the present.
Three main categories of documents are included: (1) reports, studies, and papers submitted by projects funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (as featured in the NIDRR Program Directory); (2) articles published in rehabilitation-related periodicals; and (3) commercially published books. Some non-print materials are also included.
Brazilian science journals - all full text.
A Russian (and Russian language) implementation of the RePEc method and database as the collective information environment for the social sciences. Database customization and filtration by a "personal information robot.” All in Russian so don't know much more about it.
Related to arXiv. A lot of technical information about the system, not much else.
Journals of interest to Classicists.
Plan to implement APIs that will allow you to extract data for one journal using its ISSN or several journals using their Dewey Decimal Number (or similar). Will need to register with us to obtain a key to use our APIs so we can monitor who is using our APIs so that we can ask heavy users and commercial users to contribute a small amount to ticTOCs' running costs.
Database of records is not publicly accessible or searchable, but API info suggests it might be accessible to developers through the API http://www.zotero.org/support/dev/start.