Data on journal productivity in Absolutely Maybe blog post, Bias in Open Science Advocacy: The Case of Article Badges for Data Sharing
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PubMed IDs per year:PSJPSPJEPLMCDPDate collected from PubMed, using the following per year:
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20021151859379PS = Psychological Science
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200311017310680Psychol Sci[jour] AND 2002[edat]
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200414711810190JPSP = Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
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20051831208379"J Pers Soc Psychol"[jour] AND 2002[edat]
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2006150156133108
JEPLMC = Journal of Experimental Pyschology: Learning, Memory and Cognition
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200720714181121"J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn"[jour] AND 2002[edat]
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2008195165118154DP = Developmental Psychology
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2009246153125147"Dev Psychol"[jour] AND 2002[edat]
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2010319163144180
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2011227181165203
NOTE: This data was collected by one person (Hilda Bastian), quickly, and is highly likely to contain errors. I would be grateful for notification of errors via comment section at the blog post, via Twitter @hildabast, or by email (Twitter handle at Gmail)
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2012225125170224
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2013363113124184URL for blog post:
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2014237128162145
http://blogs.plos.org/absolutely-maybe/2017/08/29/bias-in-open-science-advocacy-the-case-of-article-badges-for-data-sharing/
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2015222142136171
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2016145112128184
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Absolute numbers of badges for data sharing at PS
6-month period
Number of badges
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2nd half 2014
22
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1st half 2015
30
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2nd half 2015
34
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1st half 2016
29
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2nd half 2016
28
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1st half 2017
38
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