SHERPA/RoMEO classifies publisher in different colours depending on their archiving policies.

  • green publishers let authors archive preprint and postprint or publisher's version/PDF,

  • blue publishers let authors archive postprint or publisher's version/PDF,

  • yellow publishers let authors archive preprint,

  • white publishers do not formally support archival.

rr_romeo_colour(
  romeo_colour = c("green", "blue", "yellow", "white"),
  key = NULL
)

Arguments

romeo_colour

[character(1)]
in c("green", "blue", "yellow", "white") the SHERPA/RoMEO colour to retrieve

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

For more details about the definitions of RoMEO colours check the FAQ section of SHERPA/RoMEO

Note that when using rr_romeo_colour() the API returns all the publishers in the selected category, so the results are generally bigger in size than specific functions like rr_journal_name() or rr_publisher_id()

Examples

# \donttest{ rr_romeo_colour(romeo_colour = "green")
#> Error: The API endpoint could not be reached. Please try again later.
# }