I would second using Unpaywall for this purpose. Librarians at the
University of Minnesota and Penn State put together a short course on
analyzing publication output, including using the Unpaywall API with
OpenRefine, which is available here:
Personally, I've found it very helpful.
Caitlin Bakker (she/her)
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Dr. John Archer Library
University of Regina
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>>> Jessica Hymers <[log in to unmask]> 2023-01-26 10:25 AM >>>
If you have DOI you could try querying Unpaywall
I think Open Access Button <https://openaccessbutton.org/> might work
metadata other than DOI as well.
University of Toronto
On Thu, Jan 26, 2023 at 11:16 AM Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]>
> Given bibliographic metadata such as author, article title, journal
> date, etc., how can one programmatically go about learning whether or
> the given article has been published as open access? I suppose I
> query something like SHERPA. No? What might you suggest? --Eric
> University of Notre Dame