Project Euclid Database Review
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Project Euclid, a joint venture between Cornell and Duke Universities, is an enhanced platform that makes small society journals in applied and theoretical mathematics and statistics available to schools using a hybrid model of open access and paid subscriptions. Seventy percent of the content, which includes journal articles, book chapters, and conference proceedings, is open access while other titles can be purchased through the publishers. The content is easily searchable and includes 28 peer-reviewed titles.
McCall-Wright, Patti, "Project Euclid Database Review" (2017). Faculty Publications. 213.