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Do “altmetrics” correlate with citations? Extensive comparison of altmetric indicators with citations from a multidisciplinary perspective
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An extensive analysis of the presence of different altmetric indicators provided by Altmetric.com across scientific fields is presented, particularly focusing on their relationship with citations. Expand
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How well developed are altmetrics? A cross-disciplinary analysis of the presence of ‘alternative metrics’ in scientific publications
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We studied the presence and distribution of altmetrics in the set of publications, across fields, document types and over publication years, as well as the extent to which Altmetrics correlate with citation indicators. Expand
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General discussion of data quality challenges in social media metrics: Extensive comparison of four major altmetric data aggregators
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The data collection and reporting approaches of four major altmetric data aggregators are studied. Expand
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The thematic orientation of publications mentioned on social media: Large-scale disciplinary comparison of social media metrics with citations
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We analyze the disciplinary orientation of scientific publications that were mentioned on different social media platforms, focussing on their differences and similarities with citation counts. Expand
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New data, new possibilities: Exploring the insides of Altmetric.com
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We have analyzed a set of publications with doi number indexed in the Web of Science during the period 2011-2013 and collected their data with the Altmetric API. Expand
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How consistent are altmetrics providers? Study of 1000 PLOS ONE publications using the PLOS ALM, Mendeley and Altmetric.com APIs
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This study targets to investigate 3 main altmetrics providers (PLOS ALM, Altmetric.com and Mendeley) and to test the accuracy and quality of their metrics for a same set of publications. Expand
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Consistency among altmetrics data provider/aggregators : What are the challenges? Altmetrics workshop, 9 October 2015, Amsterdam Science Park, Amsterdam
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This research deals with investigating consistency of data across three altmetrics providers or aggregators: Altmetric.com, Mendeley and the Open Source software Lagotto (used by PLOS, CrossRef and others). Expand
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Mendeley readership as a filtering tool to identify highly cited publications
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This study presents a large‐scale analysis of the distribution and presence of Mendeley readership scores over time and across disciplines. Expand
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What is the impact of the publications read by the different Mendeley users? Could they help to identify alternative types of impact? PLoS ALM Workshop, San Francisco
The online reference manager tool Mendeley (http://www.mendeley.com/) is one of the most promising tools for altmetrics research (Li, Thelwall and Giustini, 2011;Wouters & Costas, 2012) and it hasExpand
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On the relationships between bibliographic characteristics of scientific documents and citation and Mendeley readership counts: A large-scale analysis of Web of Science publications
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In this paper we present a first large-scale analysis of the relationship between Mendeley readership and citation counts with particular documents bibliographic characteristics. Expand
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