Retrieve publisher's policy based on publisher's country. The code should be the ISO_3166-1_alpha-2 code of the country https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-2.

rr_publisher_country(country, key = NULL)

Arguments

country

[character(1+)]
one or a vector of ISO two-letter country code or AA for international publisher, ZZ for publisher of unknown countries and __ for publishers without specified country (case insensitive).

key

[character(1)]
a character string containing the API key or NULL (see Details section on how to specify it)

Value

Returns a data frame with the following columns:

  • romeoid [integer(1)]
    the internal index of the publisher in the SHERPA/RoMEO database

  • publisher [character(1)]
    the name of the publisher

  • alias [character(1)]
    if applicable an alternative name of the publisher or the name of the specific publishing branch

  • romeocolour [character(1)]
    a colour assigned by the database that reflects the default policies of the publisher

  • preprint [character(1)]
    is the preprint (not reviewed) archivable?

  • postprint [character(1)]
    is the postprint (reviewed but not formatted) archivable?

  • pdf [character(1)]
    is the publisher's version (reviewed and formatted) archivable?

Details

There are several ways to provide your API key. The best way to know about them is to refer to the vignette about "Setting Up Your API key" accessible with the following command: vignette("setting_up_api_key", package = "rromeo"). You can also use rr_auth that will use the provided key to store it as an environmental variable.

Examples

# \donttest{ # Taiwan rr_publisher_country("TW")
#> Error: The API endpoint could not be reached. Please try again later.
# Egypt rr_publisher_country("EG")
#> Error: The API endpoint could not be reached. Please try again later.
rr_publisher_country(c("TW", "EG"))
#> Error: The API endpoint could not be reached. Please try again later.
# }