Data for the above chart can be downloaded here: OASPA Members CC-BY Growth_Data to 2015_CC0
A total of 707,798 articles were published with the CC-BY license in open access-only journals by members of OASPA during the period shown above, with 160,955 of those being published in 2015.
OASPA members were invited to share their data to update the previous post on this topic.
Figures for open access-only titles were supplied by the following members of OASPA as number of CC BY articles published per year since implementation of the license by that publisher:
AIP (2011-2015), AOSIS (2012-2015), BioMed Central (2000-2014), BMJ (2013-2015), Cogitatio (2013-2015), Company of Biologists (2014-2015), Copernicus Publications (2007-2015), CSIC (2015), CUP (2012-2015), ecancermedicalscience (2007-2015), E-journALL (2014-2015), Elementa (2015), eLife (2012-2015), Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Issues (2013-2015), Frontiers (2012-2015), Hindawi (2006-2015), Hipatia (2013-2015), Ideas in Ecology & Evolution (2014-2015), IDEA/USACH (2014-2015), Institute of Historical Research (2012-2015), IRPA (2014-2015), ISS PAS (2015), IT Con (2011-2015), JMIR Publications (2000-2015), J. Terrorism Research (2011-2015), Karger (2015), Libertas Academica (2015), MDPI (2008-2015), Military Technical Courier (2013-2015), NPG / Palgrave (2013-2014), OJAC (2014), OUP (2013-2015), Pan African Medical Journal (2012-2015), PeerJ (2013-2015), PLOS (2003-2015), Polish Botanical Society (2015), Portland Press (2015), Quanta (2012-2015), Royal Society (2013-2015), SAGE (2013-2015), Science Advances – AAAS (2015), ScienceOpen (2014-2015), Springer Nature (2015), Springer Open (2011-2014), SSPP (2005-2014), Stockholm University Press (2014-2015), The Quantitative Methods for Psychology (2014-2015), Ubiquity Press (2011-2015), UiT (2003-2015), University of Pittsburgh (2011-2015), Uopen Journals (2009-2015), WestJEM (2008-2014), ZPID (2012-2015).
This chart will be updated again in the future as more data is collected.
As last year, the data spreadsheet also now includes information we have from the same members regarding licenses used in OA-only journals other than CC BY, if applicable, as well as hybrid journal license information.
We are also pleased to again include data on the growth of the DOAB in terms of numbers of books and number of publishers now covered.