OJS Stats

You can also see these numbers on this map.

5 Comments on "OJS Stats"

  1. Na Li says:

    Hi everyone,
    Does anybody have such a list of Russian journals using OJS,by chance?
    Would be so helpful for our international OJS magazine…

    Best wishes,

  2. Ewa Rozkosz says:

    Dear Karen,

    I can share my list of Polish journals (more than 140) using OJS, containing adresses (I checked all of them this year).

    Best wishes,

    • Karen says:

      Hi Ewa,

      That would be great! If we end up manually creating a list I will add them; as the script is now it is automatically generated.
      We’re still working on improving the numbers, so having a list to check against would be great.
      You can email it to kmeijerk@sfu.ca

      Best wishes,

  3. Jane Raimes says:

    Dear PKP people,

    I have just visited your website for the first time for a few months and see it is totally revamped. But, one of the most useful things I wanted to look at, ie the list of other journals using OJS, has disappeared. This has been an invaluable help over the years, as by trawling through the list and seeing how other journals look and operate, it has given us ideas on how to gradually improve the functions and appearance of our journal – is it really gone for good?

    Please bring it back!

    Jane R

    • Karen Meijer-Kline says:

      Hi Jane,

      I’m sorry to say that the original list will not be back up, since it had too many flaws and errors. We are working on a replacement, using Open Harvester Systems. We will post an announcement to the blog once that is ready. We do have a list available of examples of interesting customizations of OJS: http://pkp.sfu.ca/wiki/index.php?title=OJS_Customizations

      All best,

Comments are now closed.