Check DOIs in a paper for being retracted by running your manuscript through
retractcheck in R or using the Shiny app in your browser. This R package builds on the API of Open retractions (also an open source project).
Please note that the dependency on
textreadr may fail if you don't have the necessary software for that. If installation fails, try
install.packages('textreadr') and see what errors it gives.
retractcheck package does not return any hits for retracted references, please note that the result is only as good as the data made available on this.
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