I don't know if there is a way of getting a list, but I think you are 
conflating two things.  I assume you are saying you would cancel if all of the 
content of the journal was available without embargo.  Sherpa/Romeo doesn't 
tell you that - it just tells you whether or not the publisher allows green 
deposit without embargo.

You're right, I should be more precise: if I know that a publisher allows green 
deposit of all articles without embargo, then the likelihood that we'll 
maintain a paid subscription drops dramatically — and drops even further if the 
journal is near the periphery of my institution's research and curricular 
interests. If the journal is closer to the center of our interests, then before 
dropping the subscription we'd probably do a quick survey to see what 
percentage of its articles are showing up in public repositories within a 
reasonably brief period.

Rick Anderson
Assoc. Dean for Scholarly Resources & Collections
Marriott Library, University of Utah
Desk: (801) 587-9989
Cell: (801) 721-1687
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