In honor of the Frankfurt Book Fair this week we want to review the PlumXTM widgets.
The PlumTM Print is an article-level widget that visually changes based upon the metrics in each of the five categories of metrics. Below is an example:
You can read more about the Plum Print in our blog post.
The Plum Print can also be used in a list of articles to quickly identify the differences of impact in them.
In addition to having article-level widgets, PlumX also has researcher widgets. You can use this widget on an author page to show a snapshot of the work and the most recent articles.
Further, PlumX supports a group-level widget. Similar to the author-level widget, the group-level widget shows the output for a group. A group can be any aggregation that makes sense to you. In the example below, we have a journal group. You could use this group widget on a journal page to give readers a snapshot of the journal.
For more information on the researcher and group-level widgets read our recent blog post.
All of these widgets are easy to embed where you want them with a few lines of code. Read about that on our developers page.
If you want to see us in Frankfurt, come to the EBSCO Booth, Hall 4.2 Booth L1.
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