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• • Education - Quizzes • Get Quality Help IP address: small (500x375 px) Medium (800x600 px) Large (1024x768 px) Copy and paste the HTML code to embed this book description on your website Weekly interest from Google Trends is plotted over time for the search terms “Sci-Hub” and “LibGen”. The light green period indicates when Sci-Hub used LibGen as its database for storing articles ( Elbakyan, 2017). Light blue indicates the collection period of the Sci-Hub access logs that we analyze throughout this study ( Elbakyan and Bohannon, 2016). Based on these logs and newly released logs for 2017, Figure 1—figure supplement 1 shows the number of articles downloaded from Sci-Hub over time, providing an alternative look into Sci-Hub’s growth. The first pink dotted line represents the collection date of the LibGen scimag metadata used in Cabanac’s study ( Cabanac, 2016; Cabanac, 2017). The second pink dotted line shows the date of Sci-Hub’s tweeted DOI catalog used in this study. The events indicated by the letters ( A), ( B), ( C) … are explained in the main text. Burton LeBlanc, Alastair Muir and Faye Crasto

}, {"141":141,"750":750,"833":833,"844":844}]; • Hook (1991) • Darknet View photo · Elbakyan (and a large community of like-minded people) sees several problems with the current academic journal publishing model: In December 2016, Nature Publishing Group named Alexandra Elbakyan as one of the ten people who most mattered in 2016. [8] My disease is as rare as it is famous. Basically, I’m allergic to the world.I don’t leave my house, have not left my house in seventeen years. The only people I ever see are my mom and my nurse, Carla.

Junie B Jones Books Near Me • Art at MPPL For each year of publication from 2010–2017, we plot the relationship between lag-time and LibGen scimag’s coverage. For example, this plot shows that 75% of articles published in 2011 were uploaded to LibGen within 60 months. This analysis only considers articles for which a month of publication can reliably be extracted, which excludes all articles allegedly published on January 1. This plot portrays lag-times as decreasing over time, with maximum coverage declining. For example, coverage for 2016 articles exceeded 50% within 6 months, but appears to have reached an asymptote around 60%. Alternatively, coverage for 2014 took 15 months to exceed 50%, but has since reached 75%. However, this signal could result from post-dated LibGen upload timestamps. Therefore, we caution against drawing any conclusions from the TimeAdded field in LibGen scimag until its accuracy can be established more reliably. Management • CTEL scihub, sci hub, remove all barriers, phd, science, physics, math, robotics, biology, chemistry, key, open, hack articles, geek, hacking, articles, remove, barriers, mdpi, sensors, materials, mechanics, applied sciences, data, doctorate, master, academic, grad school, grad student, doc, anthropology, conference, invention, inventor

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• July 2009 Chapter 14 • • μTorrent • A Farley 458,580 Citationsy Archives • Submit Manuscript For her actions in creating Sci-Hub, Elbakyan has been called a hero and "spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz" who in 2010 downloaded millions of academic articles from JSTOR. [9] [66] She has also been compared to Edward Snowden who has sought safety in Russia after having made numerous documents public in violation of American law. [66] She has also been called a modern-day " Robin Hood" and a "Robin Hood of science". [67] • window.modules["372"] = [function(require,module,exports){(function (global){ • kywiki Sci-Hub • Now Streaming Unfortunately, yes. But there are two ways around it: “Frank”, whoever you are, I answered your questions. I agree with you about the possible reasons for heavy use in Iran and China. I already acknowledged my source of the data, and agree it may well be skewed to look good for Sci-Hub. Now please answer my question: where is the evidence that more than 50% of downloads are not from these places, but are made by Western academics wanting to hurt commercial publishers? • Lentivirus The legal campaigns against Sci-Hub have made the site more well-known than most repositories, and Elbakyan more famous than legal Open Access champions • Journals Sci-Hub obtains paywalled articles using leaked credentials. [2] [11] The source of the credentials used by Sci-Hub is unclear. [7] Some appear to have been donated, [2] some were apparently sold before going to Sci-Hub, [37] and some appear to have been obtained via phishing and were then used by Sci-Hub. [38] [11] Elbakyan denies personally sending any phishing emails and said, "The exact source of the passwords was never personally important to me." [7] According to The Scholarly Kitchen, a blog established by the Society for Scholarly Publishing whose members are involved in legal action against Sci-Hub, credentials used by Sci-Hub to access paywalled articles are correlated to access of other information on university networks (such as cyber spying on universities) and credential sales in black markets. [39] Several articles have reported that Sci-Hub has penetrated the computer networks of more than 370 universities in 39 countries. These include more than 150 institutions in the US, more than 30 in Canada, 39 in the UK and more than 10 in Sweden. The universities in the UK include Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial and King's College, London. [40] [41] [42] [43] Delivery to users [ edit ] In the worst case for toll access publishers, growing Sci-Hub usage will become both the cause and the effect of dwindling subscriptions. Librarians rely on usage metrics and user feedback to evaluate subscriptions ( Roth, 1990). Sci-Hub could decrease the use of library subscriptions as many users find it more convenient than authorized access ( Travis, 2016). Furthermore, librarians may receive fewer complaints after canceling subscriptions, as users become more aware of alternatives. Green open access also provides an access route outside of institutional subscription. The posting of preprints and postprints has been growing rapidly ( Piwowar et al., 2018; Kaiser, 2017), with new search tools to help locate them ( Singh Chawla, 2017c). The trend of increasing green availability is poised to continue as funders mandate postprints ( Van Noorden, 2014) and preprints help researchers sidestep the slow pace of scholarly publishing ( Powell, 2016). In essence, scholarly publishers may have already lost the access battle. Publishers will be forced to adapt quickly to open access publishing models. In the words of Alexandra Elbakyan ( Elbakyan, 2016b): “The effect of long-term operation of Sci-Hub will be that publishers change their publishing models to support Open Access, because closed access will make no sense anymore.” In the interests of transparency, eLife includes the editorial decision letter and accompanying author responses. A lightly edited version of the letter sent to the authors after peer review is shown, indicating the most substantive concerns; minor comments are not usually included. • ^ a b Smith, David (25 February 2016). "Sci-Hub: How Does it Work?". The Scholarly Kitchen. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 April 2018. • Gnutella Time: 2020-06-11T05:01:00Z Nora Roberts Books Pdf • Popcorn Time We investigated the level of access provided by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. This is a major addition to the study, since it allows us to compare Sci-Hub's database with the access of a major research university. Furthermore, the data for this analysis are openly available, making it the most comprehensive public analysis of a university's coverage of the scholarly literature (that we're aware of). Jacob Levernier, who helped perform these analyses, has been added as an author. En novembre 2017, la créatrice de Sci-hub, Alexandra Elbakyan, a été condamnée à verser 4,8 millions de dollars par un tribunal de Virginie à l’ACS. La chercheuse ne vivant pas aux États-Unis, cela n’a que peu d’effet sur son porte-monnaie tant qu’elle ne sort pas des frontières de son pays mais cette juridiction a aussi demandé aux fournisseurs d’accès internet américains de bloquer l’accès au site et à ses miroirs. Human behaviour ‘Aunt’ ‘cattle-prods’ “her fault, her fault, her fault.” • VIII Birth Day • September 2017 • Could things between Serena and June possibly get worse after that screaming match in Washington, D.C.? 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Грустно, конечно, но не смертельно, анонимайзером пользуются итак все. 2:33 In the event that we become aware of any data security breach, alteration, unauthorized access C Elsevier files a civil suit against Sci-Hub and LibGen — at the respective domains and — in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ( Van der Sar, 2015a; DeMarco et al., 2015a). The complaint seeks a “prayer for relief” that includes domain name seizure, damages, and “an order disgorging Defendants’ profits”. appears as Spoiler S3E3 June becomes a coconut What if #openscience advocates/ funders set up a #blacklivesmatter #OA APC fund? Episode: " Playtest" Browsers • Strategic Planning • Sitemap • Affiliate advertising • When I was in Radio Astronomy, publishing in APJ meant something, but when someone would publish an article pertaining to Radio Astro in Nature or some other publication, it was often looked down on as having less merit since it wasn't in APJ. 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Больше ничего я в сообществе не делал и про sci-hub и Элбакян никогда ничего не писал. Путин — плохой, Навальный — хороший, в России — ад, на Западе — рай Using these manual access calls, we found PennText correctly classified access 88.2% [85.2%–90.8%] of the time (bracketed ranges refer to 95% confidence intervals calculated using Jeffreys interval for binomial proportions ( Rubin and Schenker, 1987)). PennText claimed to have access to 422 of the 500 articles [81.0%–87.4%]. When PennText asserted access, it was correct 94.8% [92.4%–96.6%] of the time. However, when PennText claimed no access, it was only correct for 41 of 78 articles [41.6%–63.4%]. This error rate arose because PennText was not only unaware of Penn’s access to 23 open articles, but also unaware of Penn’s subscription access to 14 articles. Despite these issues, PennText’s estimate of Penn’s access at 84.4% did not differ significantly from the manually evaluated estimate of 87.4% [84.3%–90.1%]. Nonetheless, we proceed by showing comparisons for both the 500 articles with manual access calls as well as the 290,120 articles with PennText calls. In the novel, the Colonies only come up a handful of times, often in passing. But readers first hear about them in the book’s very first chapter, as Offred overhears a conversation between two servants, Rita and Cora. Rita insists that she’d never be a Handmaid—that she’d choose to go to the Colonies. Cora is not convinced: “With the Unwomen, and starve to death and Lord knows what all?” she asks incredulously. }, {}]; The fact that the city in the world which downloads the most documents from Sci-Hub is a minor city in Iran suggests that there is more going on here than a few academics without access to scholarly material. • 8 Awards The American Astronomical Society has taken a pretty powerful stance against the predatory journal publishing practice. • Maritime I like to make a distinction between science fiction proper and speculative fiction. For me, the science fiction label belongs on books with things in them that we can't yet do, such as going through a wormhole in space to another universe; and speculative fiction means a work that employs the means already to hand, such as DNA identification and credit cards, and that takes place on Planet Earth. But the terms are fluid. [42]