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I like the current not-Venn diagrams, but it took me 3-4 re-reads of the diagram and the caption to understand them. I think that they add useful information now that I understand, but they confused me, and thus likely will confuse other readers. • Cody Wilson

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Of students who were freshmen in 2005 seeking bachelor's degrees at public institutions, 32% took four years, 12% took five years, 6% took six years, and 43% did not graduate within six years. The numbers for private non-profit institutions were 52% in four, 10% in five, 4% in six, and 35% failing to graduate. [63] • Morrison HG. Freedom for scholarship in the internet age. [February 7, 2018]; Simon Fraser University. 2012

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This is a bit complicated as it depends on several design decisions we’ve had to make in order to keep our service as generic as possible. • Lawson S, Meghreblian B, Brook M. 2015. Journal subscription costs - FOIs to UK universities. Figshare. [ CrossRef]

How many of the world’s poorest countries get free access to content from all these publishers, including Elsevier? This part never gets mentioned and I do like a bit of balance to arguments. The total number of articles published by each journal is noted in the Crossref column. The table provides the number (Sci-Hub column) and percentage (Coverage column) of these articles that are in Sci-Hub’s repository.

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• Westergaard D, Stærfeldt H-H, Tønsberg C, Jensen LJ, Brunak S. A comprehensive and quantitative comparison of text-mining in 15 million full-text articles versus their corresponding abstracts. PLoS Computational Biology. 2017; 14:e1005962. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005962. [ PMC free article] [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • How To Pronounce Sci-Fi Lullabies

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Recent allegations take the perspective of employers who demand more vocational training. Voters in both major parties have been critical of the Common Core initiative. [168] Affirmative action [ edit ] The critical-thinking-informed lessons from Holmes and others are now being used to overhaul science labs in a handful of universities, including Cornell. Holmes believes there’s a hunger for such labs, among students and professors. “We’re seeing this not only in the institutions we work with, but those we’re in contact with. A list of 100 people from different institutions have expressed interest in what we’re doing, and almost every email starts with, ‘We’re overhauling our intro-lab sequence,’ which is really exciting.”

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• 9 — The Marriage Game by Sara Desai Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR Read the abstract to find out whether an article is relevant to your question. When you find a useful book or article, you can check the bibliography to find other relevant sources.

Andy Greenberg. “An Interview with the Hacker Probably Selling Your Password Right Now;” available at:; Greenberg interviewed a hacker called “Peace” who “sells data on the dark web black market ‘the Real Deal’…. Peace’s growing collection of merchandise includes 167 million user accounts from LinkedIn, 360 million from MySpace, 68 million from Tumblr, 100 million from the Russian social media site, and most recently another 71 million from Twitter, adding up to more than 800 million accounts and growing.” Also see Andy Greenberg. “New Dark-Web Market Is Selling Zero-Day Exploits to Hackers;” available at: “One [hacker web operation] with a price tag of $17,000 in bitcoin claims to be a new method of hacking Apple iCloud accounts….” Also see American Chemical Society. “We Have Reason to Believe That Your Organization Could Be Potentially Targeted for a Cyber-Attack;” at:; Jack Ochs. “Guest Post: The American Chemical Society on the Shared Cybersecurity Concerns of Universities and Publishers;” at:–jack-ochs-on-the-shared-cybersecurity-concerns-of-universities-and-publishers; Cornell University. “Important Security Information regarding Cornell Payroll;” available at: http://news.cornell.edy/stories/2016/06/important-security-information-regarding-cornell-payroll; Carrie Russell and Ed Sanchez. “Sci-Hub Unmasked,” College & Research Libraries News (March 2016): 122–125; Kaveh Waddell. “The Research Pirates of the Dark Web;” available at:; Chris Woolston. “Paper Piracy Sparks Online Debate;” available at: Coronavirus

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The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Wed, 10 Jun 2020 17:13:01 GMT) Sci-Hub’s article coverage is shown for each year since 1850.

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Cash Boxes Scientists at Stanford University proved that the process of reading trains the cognitive abilities of the brain. This effect doesn’t occur when watching TV or playing computer games.

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Art theory, Not all scholarly articles have DOIs. By evaluating the presence of DOIs in other databases of scholarly literature (such as PubMed, Web of Science, and Scopus), researchers estimate around 90% of newly published articles in the sciences have DOIs ( Gorraiz et al., 2016; Boudry and Chartron, 2017). The prevalence of DOIs varies by discipline and country of publication, with DOI assignment in newly published Arts & Humanities articles around 60% ( Gorraiz et al., 2016). Indeed, DOI registration is almost entirely lacking for publishers from many Eastern European countries ( Boudry and Chartron, 2017). In addition, the prevalence of DOI assignment is likely lower for older articles ( Boudry and Chartron, 2017). The incomplete and non-random assignment of DOIs to scholarly articles is a limitation of this study. However, DOIs are presumably the least imperfect and most widespread identifier for scholarly articles.

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99.8% Typically, when vendors become aware of a compromise, they make the institution aware of the breach and provide the log files so that the institution can begin the process of identifying the compromised user and resolve the problem within a short timeframe specified by the vendors. In most cases, only the IP address of the Sci-Hub user is provided. Additional steps may be necessary to identify the patron ID of the compromised account in order to reset the password. If the investigation is not completed in a timely fashion, vendors may cut off access to their materials. Depending on how quickly an IT team can respond, interrupted access to a popular online resource can become a challenge for library patrons. Further, depending on the level of the access authority of the compromised user, his or her credentials could be used for other potentially nefarious purposes.

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• Libraries Activities on security are foreseen on the following data hub instances, causing the publication delay of all Copernicus Sentinel-1, Copernicus Sentinel-2 and Copernicus Sentinel-3 products:

• Laboratory Furniture and Equipment Thanks for mentioning preprints en passant. They (in my view) are the potential disruptors of the scholarly publishing ecosystem, not SciHub.

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• ^ a b Pitts, Andrew (18 September 2018). "Guest Post: Think Sci-Hub is Just Downloading PDFs? Think Again - The Scholarly Kitchen". The Scholarly Kitchen. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 October 2018. The Quaternions files contain the decoded attitude from the satellites’ AOCS data on a time tagged file. In case of data gaps, these Quaternions files are filled with the simulated attitude derived from precise orbital products. The users can find the definition of the Quaternions files in the POD File Format Specification (PFS) document.

We thank the reviewers for their interest in the computational methods used for our coverage calculations. Python includes a set data type to store unordered collections with no duplicate elements. Set operations enable efficient membership testing and intersection with other sets. As a result, we do not need to apply a list intersection algorithm, as described by the reviewers, that would scale quadratically due to nested iteration. We believe that although there are some things libraries can do, such as advocacy, examining purchasing decisions, and practical actions (i.e. insisting on a Jisc-type clause in every licence agreement we sign), the real onus is on academics to solve this problem. Here, we suggest some things for academics to think about and to act upon:

Sci-Hub access logs 2) To calculate coverage, DOIs from Crossref and Sci-Hub for over 56M records are compared. Please give details of the algorithm used to compare the DOIs.

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Daniel S Himmelstein is in the Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States Contribution Conceptualization, Data curation, Software, Formal analysis, Supervision, Validation, Investigation, Visualization, Methodology, Writing—original draft, Project administration, Writing—review and editing For correspondence Competing interests No competing interests declared "This ORCID iD identifies the author of this article:" • RARBG

Different historical periods are reflected in literature. National and tribal sagas, accounts of the origin of the world and of customs, and myths which sometimes carry moral or spiritual messages predominate in the pre-urban eras. The epics of Homer, dating from the early to middle Iron Age, and the great Indian epics of a slightly later period, have more evidence of deliberate literary authorship, surviving like the older myths through oral tradition for long periods before being written down. • Fees

Matthew Reilly How intimate could you get with a robot? In McEwan’s latest novel, all your boundaries about who to love, who to sleep with, and how may be challenged in this love triangle between two humans and a robot. When tech lover Charlie spends his inheritance on a robot named Adam, he invites over Miranda, the woman he’s interested in, to help curate his personality. Together, they create the seemingly perfect man, whose accelerating intelligence only heightens the tension between them all.

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• Singh Chawla D. Need a paper? Get a plug-in. Nature. 2017c; 551:399–400. doi: 10.1038/d41586-017-05922-9. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Elbakyan did find a community of like-minded researchers in transhumanism, a lofty field that encompasses not just neuroscience and computer technology but also philosophy and even speculative fiction about the future of humanity. She discovered a transhumanism conference in the United States and set her heart on attending, but she struggled to get a U.S. visa. She was rejected the first time and only barely made it to the conference. With the remainder of her summer visa, she did a research internship at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. When she got back to Kazakhstan, frustration with the barriers that scientists face would soon lead her to create Sci-Hub—an awe-inspiring act of altruism or a massive criminal enterprise, depending on whom you ask.

The MongoDB database export of DOI metadata from the Crossref API are available on Figshare ( What can I do to resolve this?

• February 2019 In the selective approach, a single or limited number of sources are reviewed (e.g. as in an annotated bibliography assignment, or the introduction of a journal article).

• Record yourself saying 'sci' in full sentences, then watch yourself and listen. You'll be able to mark your mistakes quite easily. • Dyson

Be clear: No-one beats anyone. No one starves anyone. Read ‘The Underground Railway’ as a starter and come back then to say there is slave labour scholarly communications. We do believe it was part of a phishing attack.

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What you did is not illegal at all, but the law doesn't really matter anymore, so I guess you have fallen into the "pissing off powerful interests" category, which is just as bad as doing illegal stuff. You should consider putting this up as an onion at the least, is quite helpful for some of us. Kudos:)

Next According to Reller, some publishers have explored paying authors or institutions, but found that payments “created perverse incentives and ran counter to long-standing traditions in science.” The payoff for the authors, Reller said, is having their articles published in “our high profile and trusted journals.”

No In this singular, gutting memoir, perhaps the most important book of the season, Vanasco interviews her own rapist. Fourteen years later, Vanasco and the high school friend who raped her struggle together through the landmines of a harrowing conversation about consent, betrayal, and rehabilitation. This book lives masterfully in the messy, liminal space between punishment and forgiveness, asking us to consider the path forward from the unthinkable.

• Western institutions such as Harvard and Cornell have had to cut down their access to publications due to ever-increasing subscription costs, potentially causing some of the highest use of SciHub to be in American cities with well-known universities. P2P clients

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( A) Average coverage for journals divided into 2015 CiteScore deciles. The CiteScore range defining each decile is shown by the x-axis labels. The ticks represent 99% confidence intervals of the mean. This is the only analysis where “Sci-Hub Coverage” refers to journal-level rather than article-level averages. ( B) The association between 2015 CiteScore and average visitors per article is plotted for open and toll access journals. Curves show the 95% confidence band from a Generalized Additive Model. Discussion • Open Architecture Network

The schools in United States are fast adopting facial recognition technology for the protection of children. [213] The technology is aimed at detecting people falling on the threat list for sex offense, suspension from school, and so on. However, human rights advocacy group, Human Rights Watch, argues that the technology could also threaten the right to privacy and could pose great risk to children of color. [214] Cheating [ edit ]

Yes, but the article presents no evidence that downloading from sci-hub poses a threat. The article is arguing that sci-hub either steals or uses stolen credentials to gain access. But there’s no evidence, only conjecture, that sci-hub modifies the PDFs with malware. — Aimee Miles The Princess Bride (dir. Rob Reiner) adapted from The princess bride by William Goldman

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