Paperity Central will combine (1) automatic harvesting of "gold" and "green" OA literature with (2) manual wiki-edits by users: corrections/extensions to existing entries (grey stripes) or additions of new entries (grey box). Manual edits are more important for "green" than "gold" data, because of lower quality of "green" metadata as pulled from repositories, compared to "gold" data pulled from original sources (publisher websites). Paperity Central will also expose all the collected data to external applications through open APIs (3).

  Part of: Wojnarski M, Hanken Kurtz D (2016) Paperity Central: An Open Catalog of All Scholarly Literature. Research Ideas and Outcomes 2: e8462.