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Can we use the DDL as a data repository for reference in publications with DOI?

The Development Data Library (DDL) is the Agency’s repository of USAID-funded, machine readable data created or collected by the Agency and its implementing partners. Generally speaking, if a ...
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Given a DOI pointing to a resource, how can I programmatically know whether the access to the resource is free of charge?

I know of three possibilities: Unpaywall's API. Use https://api.unpaywall.org/v2/{DOI} to access it. Not only does it provide a binary is_oa field (with the values true or false) and an oa_status ...
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Find who owns a doi:// domain? (A "whois" for doi Links)

The easiest way is to use Crossref DOI Resolution https://dx.doi.org/ 10.2312 used by DataCite (10.SERV/DATACITE)
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Mapping between JSTOR stable ids and DOIs for Publications of the Royal Society of London

Will this help: Get a DOI id given a Jstor Id Refer to the Unigraph documentation here to build your queries. Use the keys: DEMO or WebDemos or request your own from api @ ingen.io
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Given a DOI pointing to a resource, how can I programmatically know whether the access to the resource is free of charge?

What are looking for information on is generally called text and data mining (TDM). Most publishers provide TDM details in the metadata associated with a DOI. The detail is usually a link to a use ...
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