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Ilość: szt. Update histogram bins to be within 0-1 • Tech and Engineering - Questions & Answers (authors) (2017) • Silver A. Sci-Hub domains inactive following court order. [February 7, 2018]; The Register. 2017 • Editorial Board The intense Sci-Hub activity in East Lansing reveals yet another motivation for using the site. Most of the downloads seem to be the work of a few or even just one person running a “scraping” program over the December 2015 holidays, downloading papers at superhuman speeds. I asked Elbakyan whether those download requests came from MSU’s IP addresses, and she confirmed that they did. The papers are all from chemistry journals, most of them published by the American Chemical Society. So the apparent goal is to build a massive private repository of chemical literature. But why? The government never cited these incidents as part of its reason for labeling Dynasty and the LMF as “foreign agents,” though Zimin’s past ventures do raise some suspicion about the Kremlin’s motives. Nevertheless, Zimin decided to shutter Dynasty, to get the LMF taken off the “foreign agent” list. • IA. Cataloguing, bibliographic control. (12)

• • February 2016 To flip this point around a little, yes, the logical end result of everyone using Sci-Hub (and all the other pirate sites) is that university and other libraries will wither and die. In their place we’ll have a few sites on the dark web run by the Russian mafia. Now there’s something to get behind and support, right? U. administrations will cut library funding as overall budgets tighten and library use drops. Many graduate students in the humanities, in which I work, rarely set foot in a library today. I’m not kidding. It’s all online at the click of a mouse. For a generation that grew up with the Internet (which began to hit campuses about 20 years ago; the oldest pirate sites are mostly about ten years old now), it’s as natural and normal as can be. "There are divergent legal views in different jurisdictions as to what constitutes infringement," he said. • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) Exam: Study Guide & Practice Milk And Honey Distillery

• Scoopula In early 2016, data released by Elbakyan showed usage in developed countries was high, with a large proportion of the downloads coming from the US and countries within the European Union. [3] View All • B Norlander Report as illegal activities? • Literary agencies It’s hard to discern how threatened by Sci-Hub Elsevier and other major publishers truly feel, in part because legal download totals aren’t typically made public. An Elsevier report in 2010, however, estimated more than 1 billion downloads for all publishers for the year, suggesting Sci-Hub may be siphoning off under 5% of normal traffic. Still, many are concerned that Sci-Hub will prove as disruptive to the academic publishing business as the pirate site Napster was for the music industry (see editorial by Marcia McNutt on her love-hate of Sci-Hub). “I don’t endorse illegal tactics,” says Peter Suber, director of the Office for Scholarly Communications at Harvard University and one of the leading experts on open-access publishing. However, “a lawsuit isn’t going to stop it, nor is there any obvious technical means. Everyone should be thinking about the fact that this is here to stay.” Elbakyan declined to say exactly how she obtains the papers, but she did confirm that it involves online credentials: the user IDs and passwords of people or institutions with legitimate access to journal content. She says that many academics have donated them voluntarily. Publishers have alleged that Sci-Hub relies on phishing emails to trick researchers, for example by having them log in at fake journal websites. “I cannot confirm the exact source of the credentials,” Elbakyan told me, “but can confirm that I did not send any phishing emails myself.” A student writes an open letter to administrators on her concerns about reopening campuses in the fa • Updates & Corrections • Follow us on Twitter • 59. • Financial Assistance Within Designated Natural Disaster Areas • The Frontal Cortex • ^ a b Weston, Michael (2001). Philosophy, Literature and the Human Good. London: Routledge. pp. xix, 133. ISBN 0415243378. The elevated pricing of field journals in economics, most of which are published by Elsevier, was one of the motivations that moved the American Economic Association to launch the American Economic Journal in 2009. [78] • October 2012 Specialized types [ edit ] • • August 2014 ► Sci-Hub has cycled through domain names, some of which have been blocked by domain registry operators. [2] Sci-Hub remained reachable via alternative domains such as .io, [2] then .cc, and .bz. [15] Sci-Hub has also been accessible at times by directly entering the IP address, or through a .onion Tor Hidden Service. [16] [17] United States [ edit ]

Boards & Presentation • • Sports & Recreation Openness in research depends on cultural issues in a major. If there are too many barriers, then Sci-Hub starts dominating. A few years ago DOAJ wanted India officially recognize DOAJ as official accredited list of journals in India. India answered “No, thanks” and immediately introduced its own national list of journals. So, DOAJ wanted to take Indian market, but it resulted in opposite effect – introduction of a national list of journals to be independent from outside actors, including DOAJ. India used Sci-Hub remarkably. In other cases such countries as Malaysia answered to DOAJ “No” and introduced its own list too and recognized SCOPUS and ISI entirely. I expect that Global South will care about its science (OA too) itself without any outside newcomers, like DOAJ and others. Now we see that the most journals added to DOAJ recently are from Indonesia. Probably, DOAJ targeted for Indonesia and hopes that Indonesia will recognize its DOAJ list as accredited in the country. But they are late too as Indonesia introduced recently their own list of accredited journals. So, OA is important for researchers, but it is not a priority now. The priority is detemined by the national agencies and national lists of journals. All the rest can be taken by researchers just from www. So, to compete to Sci-Hub such agencies like DOAJ should provide a unique service to users. I do not see any unique service from DOAJ now. I see that DOAJ is still a start up wanting to gain value to be sold at the highest price. Therefore, no Inida, Malaysia, Indonesia want to have it accredited in their countires. At the same time commercial products like SCOPUS and ISI are still leading there. I expect that to overcome Sci-Hub we need something to substitute it and provide a unique service to the users. Let us see, probably other platforms like Microsoft Academics, Google Scholars, Dimensions, Lens and others altogether will do it instead of DOAJ. • How does the publication relate to other literature in the field? Does it confirm, add to, or challenge established knowledge? • Rovner SL. Online Access To ACS Publications Is Restored After Some Customers Were Unintentionally Blocked. [February 7, 2018]; Chemical & Engineering News. 2014 Historic • Bastian Greshake Tzovaras , 2. Her alignment with the Russian state against Russian reform movements and conflicts with progressive, anti-Putin elements in the Russian scientific community are well known. You yourself, in your own (mistaken) interpretation of why the site was blocked in Russia – see below – ascribe to her the motive retaliation against the Russian scientific community for their refusal to grant her an award. Such a selfless liberator of knowledge! The fame has clearly gone to her head, if you were right. But you aren’t: Casey S Greene is in the Department of Systems Pharmacology & Translational Therapeutics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States Contribution Conceptualization, Resources, Supervision, Funding acquisition, Methodology, Project administration, Writing—review and editing For correspondence Competing interests No competing interests declared "This ORCID iD identifies the author of this article:" • American frontier Sci-Hub was created by Alexandra Elbakyan, who was born in Kazakhstan in 1988. [13] Elbakyan earned her undergraduate degree at Kazakh National Technical University [14] studying information technology, then worked for a year for a computer security firm in Moscow, then joined a research team at the University of Freiburg in Germany in 2010 that was working on a brain–computer interface. [13] She found the lab dull and became interested in transhumanism. [13] After attending a transhumanism conference in the United States, Elbakyan spent her remaining time in the country doing a research internship at Georgia Institute of Technology. [13] She later returned to Kazakhstan, where her participation in research‐sharing forums led her to conceive of a way to automate the process of sharing. [13] The Sci-Hub website was launched on 5 September 2011. [2] Legal situation [ edit ] ► Science & Geography • • ^ Ross Mounce (20 February 2017). "Hybrid open access is unreliable" . Retrieved 30 April 2018. • February 2014 • Published: 08 June 2017 • Literary Art Scientist Find Information Love Book Online Voucher Code Uk Failed to load latest commit information. Scientific American 69.9–79.9% • Sample final assessment questions Using sci-hub therefore has at least the consequence of your personal scientific enlightenment, and possibly even of many other people who benefit from research you have been able to as a result of using sci-hub. • All People Quilt this link opens in a new tab • Robotics 180,321 New Products • In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of online archivists have used Sci-Hub to create an archive of over 5000 articles about coronaviruses. They admit that making the archive openly accessible is illegal, but consider it a moral imperative. [73] See also [ edit ] English (UK) Pronunciation Library Genesis (LibGen) is a shadow library primarily comprising illicit copies of academic books and articles. Compared to Sci-Hub, the operations of LibGen are more opaque, as the contributors maintain a low profile and do not contact journalists ( Elbakyan, 2017). LibGen hosts several collections, including distinct repositories for scientific books and textbooks, fiction books, and comics ( Cabanac, 2016). In 2012, LibGen added the “scimag” database for scholarly literature. Since the spring of 2013, Sci-Hub has uploaded articles that it obtains to LibGen scimag ( Elbakyan, 2017). At the end of 2014, Sci-Hub forked LibGen scimag and began managing its own distinct article repository. Sci-Hub’s coverage was higher for closed and green articles than for hybrid or bronze articles. Furthermore, Sci-Hub’s coverage of closed articles was similar to its coverage of green articles ( Figure 7). These findings suggest a historical pattern where users resort to Sci-Hub after encountering a paywall but before checking oaDOI or a search engine for green access. As such, Sci-Hub receives requests for green articles, triggering it to retrieve green articles at a similar rate to closed articles. However, hybrid and bronze articles, which are available gratis from their publishers, are requested and thus retrieved at a lower rate. Coverage of Penn Libraries • Policy Also, attacking Sci-Hub website(s) and disabling them should be done and should not be illegal and shouldn’t be too difficult. Introduction Our Mutual Friend • Legal aspects of file sharing • ^ Gameiro, Denise Neves (June 4, 2016). "This 27-year-old Woman is Shaking up the Scientific Publishing Industry". Archived from the original on January 11, 2017. Alexandra Elbakyan, a 27-year-old researcher from Kazakhstan, started out with the same issues. While she was studying ‘Neuroscience and Consciousness’ in labs at Georgia Tech (US) and University of Freiburg (Germany), she was forced to pirate papers for herself and other researchers. 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:) "Which publisher wants to be the one to sue a researcher for infringing?" asked Eve. "The optics of a multi-billion dollar company suing a researcher who gives them research material for free are terrible." Circa 2011, a graduate student from Kazakhstan was tired of the profiteering by the large publishing houses and decided enough is enough. Alexandra Elbakyan created an online repository of scholarly articles, which would change the way we access science once and for all. In essence, she is the digital Robin Hood of our times. After all, when the law of the land oppresses the people, the outlaw takes his (or her) place in history. Alexandra Elbakyan – the founder of Sci-Hub • Bell Bozena Kucala teaches British literature at the Institute of English Studies, Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Her research interests include contemporary British fiction, connections between history and literature, intertextuality, neo-Victorian fiction, the work of J.M. Coetzee. • Group working “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? 1. 21 days for Sentinel-1 and -2 missions. "color":"#ffe65a", • ^ "Spion eller en kunskapens Robin Hood?". 10 January 2020. Lively commentary and reactions to posts are welcome but are moderated by OIF staff. Comments should be relevant to the specific post to which they refer. OIF reserves the right to remove, or not to publish, comments unrelated to the topic of the post or purpose of the blog. Spam, flaming, personal attacks, and off-topic comments are not permitted. Data Availability • Patents Stephen Reid McLaughlin Journal Boudry C, Alvarez-Muñoz P, Arencibia-Jorge R, Ayena D, Brouwer NJ, Chaudhuri Z, Chawner B, Epee E, Erraïs K, Fotouhi A, Gharaibeh AM, Hassanein DH, Herwig-Carl MC, Howard K, Kaimbo Wa Kaimbo D, Laughrea PA, Lopez FA, Machin-Mastromatteo JD, Malerbi FK, Ndiaye PA, Noor NA, Pacheco-Mendoza J, Papastefanou VP, Shah M, Shields CL, Wang YX, Yartsev V, Mouriaux F. Boudry C, et al. PeerJ. 2019 Oct 30;7:e7850. doi: 10.7717/peerj.7850. eCollection 2019. PeerJ. 2019. PMID: 31687270 Free PMC article. What does the text mean? Well, we disagree, deeply—often on theological grounds. As we described it in Chapter 2, our governing educational framework requires that when we disagree, students must learn something of the alternatives if they are to be liberally educated. Moreover, the ideal of religious neutrality requires that we include in the discussion the major, relevant religious readings; public education can't nurture an uncritical secularity. Next Up In Citationsy Archives • Singh Chawla D. Unpaywall finds free versions of paywalled papers. Nature. 2017d doi: 10.1038/nature.2017.21765. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Elbakyan had defied Elsevier. Her former hobby had become her primary focus. Nothing would make her waiver from making Sci-Hub a titan of Open Access. • Housing-Related Complaints