The Scholarly iQ SUSHI Web Service is accessible to all subscribers for the above platform. A unique authorization key (Requestor ID) is required to successfully access our service. A Requestor ID is provided after successfully registering for SUSHI access through the platform listed above. Each SUSHI request will validate the Requestor ID, Customer ID, Date Range, Report Code, and SUSHI Version. Each SUSHI request should be limited to a date range of one month for best performance and no more than 1 calendar year for historical requests. Visit https://bmjreports.com/ to register for SUSHI access.
The Requestor ID is a 128-bit integer (16 bytes) GUID that is generated upon registering with our SUSHI service. The format is alpha-numeric and similar to the following 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000.
The Customer ID is a platform specific identifier that dictates which account you are requesting usage statistics for during harvesting. Customer ID(s) are provided by the above platform after successfully registering for SUSHI access. This may be referred to as the Site ID.
Each SUSHI request will validate the Requestor ID, Customer ID, Date Range, Report Code, and Report Release.
SUSHI details provided here relate to DB1, CR2) Documentation for the Scholarly iQ SUSHI Web Service can be found at http://www.scholarlyiq.com/media/pdf/ScholarlyiQ_SUSHI_Guide_R4.pdf.
Journal reports are COUNTER compliant via the Highwire platform.
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