New look for Sherpa Romeo information

Pure news

Colors have disappeared from Sherpa Romeo. However, the information is better organised and easy to comprehend.

2020.12.21 | Camilla Dissing

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The Open Access information in Pure has changed its appearance. Sherpa Romeo has discontinued their use of color coding as the information complexity could no longer be communicated clearly this way.

In addition to the colors disappearing in Pure, another visible change is that the publication terms are broken down by document version. You can easily view and select the section of terms that is relevant for your publication version.

If you want to filter your Open Access publications, you now have the option to filter on where in the process the publication is. You find the filters under Research Output/Open Access Policy.

The new version of Pure reflects the change. We synchronize Sherpa Romeo information into Pure on a daily basis.