host_venueis where you can find the best (closest to the version of record) copy of this work. For a peer-reviewed journal article, the best
host_venuewould be a full text published version, hosted by the publisher at the article's DOI URL.
typevalue for each work. When that's impossible (eg the work isn't in Crossref), we do our best to figure out the
typeourselves. Unfortunately the accuracy of Crossref's data for this isn't great, and ours isn't much better. We're working to develop better type classification.
true, the article is definitely retracted. But if
False, it still might be retracted, but we just don't know. This is because unfortunately, the open sources for retraction data aren't currently very comprehensive, and the more comprehensive ones aren't sufficiently open for us to use here.
is_paratextalgorithmically using title heuristics.
Conceptobject in the list also has one additional property:
score(Float): The strength of the connection between the work and this concept (higher is stronger).
Authorshipobjects; however it's useful in some contexts to have this as a categorical value.
Workobject. It's got two parts:
trueif the work hosted here can be read for free, without registration.
publishedVersion: The document’s version of record. This is the most authoritative version.
acceptedVersion: The document after having completed peer review and being officially accepted for publication. It will lack publisher formatting, but the content should be interchangeable with the that of the
submittedVersion: the document as submitted to the publisher by the authors, but before peer-review. Its content may differ significantly from that of the accepted article.
OpenAccessobject describes access options for a given work. It's only found as part of the
Trueif this work is Open Access (OA).
oa_statusfields to narrow your results further, accommodating any definition of OA you like.
bronze: Free to read on the publisher landing page, but without any identifiable license.
closed: All other articles.