Dog Days of Summer have you on vacation? Not so much in altmetrics and definitely not here at Plum Analytics. Our development team has been very busy in the last four months. We’ve announced a lot of PlumX product news. Here’s a quick round up of our important product developments:
Clinical Citations (May 12, 2016)
We pioneered a new type of citation, a Clinical Citation, to understand the impact and tell the stories of clinical research. Since clinical research is not frequently cited, Clinical Citations through PlumX will help gauge the value of this important research. Read more.
Plum Print in EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) and EBSCOhost (June 23, 2016)
Creating Researcher Profiles with RSS Feeds (July 20, 2016)
Want credit for your blog? OK. Plus, now you can automatically update PlumX profiles using RSS or Atom feeds. Read more.
PlumX Using DataCite DOIs (August 17, 2016)
Plum Analytics is using DOIs from DataCite to track non-traditional outputs, giving more credit where it’s due and showing the value of research not traditionally cited. Read more.
Airiti Usage Metrics (August 1, 2016)
We welcome the largest e-journals collection in China. It’s in more than 72,000 libraries. PlumX users can now see and analyze Airiti usage data from thousands of universities. Regional importance. Global interaction. Read more.
Measuring all Facebook Interactions (August 8, 2016)
What have you not been seeing through Facebook? The real news is in the total volume of all Facebook interactions. Learn the importance of those private conversations. Read more.
Usability Improvements (August 22, 2016)
Two core elements of PlumX have a new look and feel: our profile editing pages and our altmetrics analytics reports. Read more.