What is it?
The Cambridge Journals Online API allows developers to take data from CJO, for use in any appropriate software application.
How is this done?
The API provides a simple RESTful style data feed from the CJO application. The data generated is partly in Dublin Core format, with some custom modifications particular to our needs as a journal publisher.
What data does it provide?
We are providing citation and abstract data for all Cambridge Journals titles. For example, you can run a live list of all articles published on CJO, or you can take a feed for a keyword or search term We’re working on ways to offer more data via the API for future iterations.
How do I get access?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and some details about what you intend to do with the data and we'll send you access details
Are there any restrictions on how this data may be used?
We only have the following conditions:
That you accredit all Cambridge Journals data used in your application to the source journal.
We reserve the right to revoke access to the API where our data, or our partner societies’ data, is used in inappropriate contexts.
We ask that data not be used in such a way as to appear to endorse a specific product or service.
Other than that, the only limit is your creativity.
If you'd like to get in touch, please email us at email@example.com . Also we’d love to see what you’ve done with the data, so feel free to let us know that too.