Mentions are the blog posts, comments, reviews, and wikipedia links about your research.
This category measures when people are truly engaging with your research.
Mentions are where the stories of how people are interacting with research can be discovered. The PlumX platform automatically uncovers mentions.
Below is a listing of the sources of mentions that PlumX monitors.
Metrics as of January 4, 2023
|Blog Mentions||Blog lists curated by PlumX||The number of blog posts written about the artifact|
|Comments||Reddit, Slideshare, Vimeo, YouTube||The number of comments made about an artifact|
|Forum Topic Count||Vimeo||The number of topics in a forum discussing the artifact|
|Gist Count||GitHub||The number of gists in the source code repository|
|News Mentions||News source lists curated by PlumX||The number of news articles written about the artifact|
|Q&A Site Mentions||Stack Exchange||The number of mentions found about an artifact|
|References||Wikipedia (English, Chinese, Dutch, Egyptian Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish)||The number of references found to the artifact|
|Reviews||Amazon, Goodreads||The number of reviews written about the artifact|
To see the changes we have made to our metrics go to our audit log.