Research metrics (also known as altmetrics), immediately measure awareness and interest and give us new ways to uncover and tell the stories of research.
Technologies that encourage communication, sharing and other interaction with research output—leave “footprints” to show the way back to who is interested in the research and why. Technologies that make processing big data possible—make it possible to categorize and analyze all of the metric data from the many interactions.
What customers say...
“PlumX gives us a window on the full range of impact that our research has. No other system tracks as many different metrics as PlumX.” Tim Deliyannides,
Director, Scholarly Communication and Publishing
University Library System, University of Pittsburgh
On Our Blog:
SciELO Livros usage now in PlumX!In 2017, we began our partnership with SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library Online: http://www.scielo.org). SciELO was founded in Brazil in 1997 and is a publicly-funded initiative aiming to...
Plum Goes Orange – Elsevier Acquires Plum AnalyticsNearly three years to the day after Plum Analytics was acquired by EBSCO, Elsevier announced this morning that it has acquired the altmetric data aggregator’s brand, tools, data, and the team...
From Our Customers:
GSU: Measuring the Impact of Faculty Research with PlumX
Georgia Southern University uses PlumX for a range of altmetric measurements, assessing individual and faculty group research impact, journal and conference impact and interest, and performing institutional reporting. Using Digital Commons and SelectedWorks