abbreviated_title: "J. addict. med. ther. sci."
Array: Alternate titles for this Venue, as obtained from the ISSN Centre and individual work records, like Crossref DOIs, that carry the Venue name as a string. These are commonly abbreviations or translations of the Venue's canonical name.
If the venue was founded less than ten years ago, there will naturally be fewer than ten years in this list. Years with zero citations and zero works have been removed so you will need to add those in if you need them.
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String: The name of the venue.
String: The starting page for navigating the contents of this venue; the homepage for this venue's website.
Object: All the external identifiers that we know about for this venue. IDs are expressed as URIs whenever possible. Possible ID types:
We say "currently" because the status of a Venue can change over time. It's common for journals to "flip" to Gold OA, after which they may make only future articles open or also open their back catalogs. It's entirely possible for a Venue to say
is_oa: true, but for an article from last year to require a subscription.
ISSN is a global and unique ID for serial publications. However, different media versions of a given publication (e.g., print and electronic) often have different ISSNs. This is why we can't have nice things. The ISSN-L or Linking ISSN solves the problem by designating a single canonical ISSN for all media versions of the title. It's usually the same as the print ISSN.
String: The name of this venue's publisher. Publisher is a tricky category, as journals often change publishers, publishers merge, publishers have subsidiaries ("imprints"), and of course no one is consistent in their naming. In the future, we plan to roll out support for a more structured publisher field, but for now it's just a string.
"organization": "American Counseling Association on behalf of the American College Counseling Association"
String: The type of venue, which will be one of the following from the Type column:
String: A URL that will get you a list of all this venue's
We express this as an API URL (instead of just listing the works themselves) because sometimes a venue's publication list is too long to reasonably fit into a single
score(Float): The strength of association between this venue and the listed concept, from 0-100.
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