This data underlies a systematic review project: "Is the Open Access Citation Advantage Real?" This project considers whether materials that are published open access receive a greater number of citations than materials published in subscription-based resources. The data here are extracted from 134 relevant studies. The data also include a risk of bias assessment that considers the methodological quality and flaws of the included studies.
This dataset includes a single csv file of the supplementary data underlying the systematic review project. It is accompanied by detailed documentation.
Langham-Putrow A, Bakker C, Riegelman A (2021) Is the open access citation advantage real? A systematic review of the citation of open access and subscription-based articles. PLOS ONE 16(6): e0253129.
Langham-Putrow, Allison; Bakker, Caitlin; Riegelman, Amy.
(2021). Data Underlying "Is the open access citation advantage real? A systematic review of the citation of open access and subscription-based articles".
Retrieved from the Data Repository for the University of Minnesota,