This guide is intended to introduce members of the Statistcs Department to core library resources and services for subjects including statistics, probability and biostatistics.
The Radcliffe Science Library (RSL) provides the main collections of books for statistics.
The RSL can be accessed by all members of the Oxford University.
The library also provides a wide collection of electronic resources which can be accessed both on and off-campus by University of Oxford members.
More information regarding deposit can be found at: Digital copies of Oxford theses are stored and accessed in ORA. Act on Acceptance' was launched on 1 October 2015 in anticipation of the REF 2021 Open Access requirements.
Many Oxford digital theses are open access and freely available to anyone with Internet access Students following D. Accepted Manuscripts should be deposited into ORA via Symplectic Elements. Help with using Symplectic Elements can be found here.Theses must be substantially rewritten before being published as a monograph, and embargoes are required to be ‘as long as possible’.It is advisable to contact the publisher directly, to determine what embargo period would be acceptable in an individual case.African Studies, Anatomy, Ancient Near East, Anthropology (Social and Cultural), Archaeology, Art and Architecture, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Celtic, Chemistry, China and Inner Asia, Classics and Ancient History, Commonwealth Studies, Computer Science, Criminology, Development Studies, Earth Sciences, Economics, Education, Egyptology, Engineering, English, Environment, Experimental Psychology, Film Studies, Forestry, French, Genetics, Law The Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) was established in 2007 as a permanent and secure online archive of research materials produced by members of the University of Oxford.It provides a single point of public access to electronic copies of peer-reviewed journal articles, conference proceedings by Oxford authors and Oxford research theses.We continue to welcome feedback from our users so we can continue to support researchers across all academic disciplines.Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) is an institutional repository for the University of Oxford and is home to the scholarly output of its research members. This may vary, depending on how different the monograph is from the original thesis. Theses posted in institutional archives are acceptable for submission, as long as they are not ‘the same or substantially the same as any previously published work’.https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/prior-publication Monographs must be substantially different from the theses on which they are based.This also provides a means for institutional compliance with funders’ Open Access requirements.The full text and abstracts of many items within the archive can be downloaded free of charge by anyone with an Internet connection and new full texts are being added daily.