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Pay-per-view

If access to full text is denied (no subscription), some publishers choose to offer a pay-per-view (PPV) option. This allows non-subscribers to purchase immediate access on an article-by-article basis at a price set by the publisher. This option will be indicated by a "Buy article" button. Downloadable articles are non-refundable. If your purchased aritcle does not appear in the Access & Downloads section of your account dashboard, please contact Project Euclid.

Print-on-demand

Project Euclid currently offers print-on-demand (POD) services for select content through outside vendors. This service is only available for certain titles and is the only way to purchase print copies through Project Euclid. If available, this option will be indicated by a "Purchase in print" button on the title's table of contents and article pages. Over time, this service will expand to include additional content.

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