This will not answer your question, but LIBER has a response to the TDM
-policy/ Peter Murray-Rust posted quite a few times about it on his blog
too, e.g. http://blogs.ch.cam.ac.uk/pmr/2014/06/10/6054/
The main objection is that the licence for usage is too narrow - and that
most libraries already pay for access. I recall that you cannot do
[anything useful] with whatever you find while TDMing this data.
If you want to be entitled, you have to sign Elsevier's contract. You seem
to know more about the practical side of things here than I do.
Groeten van Ben
(Not speaking on behalf of anyone else here.)
On 14-07-14 23:00, "Eric Lease Morgan" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Does anybody here have any experience with the Elsevier API Program? 
>Apparently, through Elsevier’s TDM (text and data mining) API a person
>can get the full text of Elsevier content, after being granted an access
>key. As per their instructions, I used the following curl command to try
>to download some full-text data as XML, but I only get the abstract:
> curl -H "X-ELS-APIKey: suprsecrit" -H "Accept: text/xml"
>Maybe I need some sort of additional access, but I’m wondering whether or
>not anybody else has been here previously and can shed some light on the
>subject? Do I need to be “entited”?
> Elsevier API - http://www.developers.elsevier.com/cms/