Article level usage metrics are the number one statistic that researchers want to know after their citation counts.
- Is anyone reading our work?
- Did anyone watch our videos?
PlumX is unique in combining artifact-level Usage data with other artifact-level metrics. Below is a listing of the current Usage metrics that PlumX supports, and the providers of the data.
Metrics as of November 11, 2020
|Abstract Views||Airiti iRead eBooks, Airiti Library, CABI, Digital Commons, DSpace, EBSCO (historical only), ePrints, Expert Gallery Suite, RePEc, SciELO, SSRN||The number of times the abstract of an artifact has been viewed|
|Clicks||bit.ly||The number of clicks of a URL|
|Collaborators||GitHub||The number of collaborators of an artifact|
|Downloads||Airiti iRead eBooks, Airiti Library, Digital Commons, Dryad, DSpace, EBSCO (historical only), ePrints, Expert Gallery Suite, figshare, Github, Institutional Repositories, Mendeley Data, Pure (for select customers only), RePEc, Slideshare, SSRN||The number of times an artifact has been downloaded|
|Full Text Views||Airiti iRead eBooks, CABI, EBSCO (historical only), OJS Journals, PLOS, PubMedCentral (for PLOS articles only), SciELO||The number of times the full text of an article has been viewed|
|Holdings||WorldCat||The number of libraries that hold the book artifact|
|Link Outs||EBSCO (historical only)||The number of times an outbound link has been clicked to a library catalog or link resolver|
|Plays||Digital Commons, Vimeo, YouTube, SoundCloud||The number of times the video or audio has been played|
|Views||Mendeley Data, Dryad, figshare, Slideshare||The number of times the artifact has been viewed|
To see the changes we have made to our metrics go to our audit log.