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Informatics started metadata aggregation from open access journals as part of the development of J-Gate. J-Gate claimed to link to full-text of articles from more than 18,000 journals while in operation..
Open J-Gate claimed to aggregate metadata from more than 4,000 open access journals published in the English language around the globe. Open J-Gate indexed articles from available e-journals in the open access domain, both from the scholarly and popular domains. It indexed peer-reviewed and non-peer reviewed professional magazines, as well as trade and industry journals.
- Issues In Scholarly Communication: News for the University of Illinois Community (March 1, 2006). Retrieved 5.09.2017.
- United Kingdom Serials Special Interest Group description of Open J-Gate
- Chemical Informatics Letters, Volume 13, Issue 2; August 2006. Editor: Jonathan M Goodman. Retrieved 25.09.2017.
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