All Stack Exchange Q&A Sites Now Covered in PlumX Metrics

PlumX Metrics now finds references to your academic content in all topic-based forums from the Stack Exchange network of Q&A sites. Stack Exchange was created in 2008, beginning as Stack Overflow, a Q&A site for software development questions. It rapidly became an important online reference for programmers world-wide: a 2016 survey of professional software developers found that 74% of respondents visit Stack Overflow weekly. Read More

World-Wide News Coverage in PlumX

Worldwide News

PlumX now looks for references to scholarly works in more News sources, from more countries around the world than ever. With the addition of News mentions from Newsflo, a media monitoring company acquired by Elsevier in 2015, PlumX now scours over 55,000 different news sources from 191 different countries – Read More

The Importance of Tracking Blog Post Mentions of Research

Recently we announced a partnership with ACI Information Group to bring more blog post mentions to PlumX. ACI individually curates blogs through researchers with expertise in each blog’s topic or field of study in a variety of academic and research disciplines. Read More

PlumX Expands “Mentions” Category by Tracking Blogs

Blogs are an important part of today’s scholarly communication ecosystem. Researchers often write about their own or others’ research, share data and carry on conversations that push their field forward. This is why we’ve been working hard to expand our coverage of blog mentions in PlumX. Read More