Open Access Indicator

Open Access Indicator — Statistics for 2016

Open Access Potential:

  • Realized
  • Unused
  • Unclear

National

  • Total

    • 36%

      36.01% Realized Open Access Potential

      8,444 publications

    • 39%

      39.11% Unused Open Access Potential

      9,171 publications

    • 25%

      24.88% Unclear Open Access Potential

      5,834 publications

By Main Research Area

  • Science / Technology

    • 42%

      41.72% Realized Open Access Potential

      4,554 publications

    • 33%

      32.55% Unused Open Access Potential

      3,553 publications

    • 26%

      25.73% Unclear Open Access Potential

      2,808 publications

  • Social Science

    • 32%

      32.4% Realized Open Access Potential

      772 publications

    • 21%

      21.4% Unused Open Access Potential

      510 publications

    • 46%

      46.2% Unclear Open Access Potential

      1,101 publications

  • Humanities

    • 32%

      31.59% Realized Open Access Potential

      543 publications

    • 19%

      19.2% Unused Open Access Potential

      330 publications

    • 49%

      49.21% Unclear Open Access Potential

      846 publications

  • Medicine

    • 31%

      30.54% Realized Open Access Potential

      2,575 publications

    • 57%

      56.67% Unused Open Access Potential

      4,778 publications

    • 13%

      12.8% Unclear Open Access Potential

      1,079 publications

By University

  • IT University (ITU)

    • 98%

      97.89% Realized Open Access Potential

      93 publications

    • 1%

      1.05% Unused Open Access Potential

      1 publications

    • 1%

      1.05% Unclear Open Access Potential

      1 publications

  • Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

    • 58%

      58.22% Realized Open Access Potential

      2,171 publications

    • 19%

      18.77% Unused Open Access Potential

      700 publications

    • 23%

      23.01% Unclear Open Access Potential

      858 publications

  • Copenhagen Business School (CBS)

    • 50%

      50.09% Realized Open Access Potential

      265 publications

    • 10%

      10.21% Unused Open Access Potential

      54 publications

    • 40%

      39.7% Unclear Open Access Potential

      210 publications

  • University of Southern Denmark (SDU)

    • 42%

      41.74% Realized Open Access Potential

      1,465 publications

    • 38%

      38.09% Unused Open Access Potential

      1,337 publications

    • 20%

      20.17% Unclear Open Access Potential

      708 publications

  • Roskilde University (RUC)

    • 39%

      39.31% Realized Open Access Potential

      160 publications

    • 23%

      22.6% Unused Open Access Potential

      92 publications

    • 38%

      38.08% Unclear Open Access Potential

      155 publications

  • Aalborg University (AAU)

    • 31%

      31.5% Realized Open Access Potential

      903 publications

    • 38%

      38.37% Unused Open Access Potential

      1,100 publications

    • 30%

      30.14% Unclear Open Access Potential

      864 publications

  • Copenhagen University (KU)

    • 28%

      28.27% Realized Open Access Potential

      2,504 publications

    • 50%

      50.19% Unused Open Access Potential

      4,446 publications

    • 22%

      21.55% Unclear Open Access Potential

      1,909 publications

  • Aarhus University (AU)

    • 26%

      26.37% Realized Open Access Potential

      1,591 publications

    • 47%

      47.46% Unused Open Access Potential

      2,864 publications

    • 26%

      26.17% Unclear Open Access Potential

      1,579 publications

Downloads (Indicator year: 2016)

  • The datasets behind the online visualisations
  • The scope. All publications (deduplicated) in scope. The basis of the summations and aggregations
  • The scope. All publications (including duplicates) in scope. The basis of the summations and aggregations at the university level.
  • List of journals with embargo periods of more than 12 months, used to reclassify from Unused to Unclear.
  • Repositories accepted for depositing Green Open Access versions of publications.