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*metrics - Social Media Registry
Draft Version: Collection of Social Media Platforms for Science (Top 10 of survey, then Top 50), systematically analyze functions & indicators for metrics; add aggregators later (end of table)
Notes:
NEW category to be defined or discussed
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Last update: November 2018
Most used platforms and social media services by scientists in economics and social sciences (data sources)
- Top 10, Top 50, Top 90, not used
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Academia.eduAirity LibraryArnetminerBibsonomyCiteULikeDailymotiondel.icio.usDryar (repository)EpernicusEBSCOF1000F1000PrimeFacebookFigshareGitHubGoogle ScholarGoogle+JSTORLinkedInMendeleyMyNetResearchmysciencenetwork.comMySpaceNature (Blogs)Nature (OpenSearch)OpenEditionPinterestPLOS (full-text)PubMed Commons (Central)PubPeerRedditRePEcResearchBlogging.orgResearchGateScholasticaSciblogs.comScienceDirectScienceSeekerScienceStageSlackSlideShareSourceForgeSSRNStack OverflowTumblrTwitterVimeovk.comWeb of Science™Weibo (Sina Weibo)WikipediaYouTubeZenodoZoteroTotal1* = yes to some extent
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General information about platforms and social media servicesType of platform or servicePlatform for sharing research papersSearch platform of academic ressourcessocial reference management servicediscovery service providersource code repositorybibliographic databasesocial network servicedigital library/repositorysocial network serviceNon-Profit
Open Access
publisher
non-academic forumpreprint repositoryacademic network servicepreprint repositoryA question-and-answer websiteVideo hosting servicecitation indexing servicegeneral reference websitevideo sharing servicereference management service
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Target groupacademicacademicacademiclibrariesnon-academicacademicnon-academicacademicnon-academicacademicacademicnon-academic forumacademicacademicacademicacademicnon-academicnon-academicnon-academicnon-academicacademicnon-academicnon-academicacademic
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Commercial / non-commercial servicecommercialnon-commercialcommercial (EBSCO Industries Ltd.)commercial (Microsoft)commercial (Google Inc.)commercial (Google Inc.)nonprofit (ITHAKA)commercial (Microsoft)non-commercialnon-commercialnon-commercialcommercial (ResearchGate GmbH)commercial
(Elsevier)
commercial (Stack Exchange, Inc)non-commercialcommercial (Subsidiary of IAC)
commercial (Clarivate Analytics)non-commercial (Wikimedia Foundation)commercial (Google Inc.)non-commercial (Center for History and New Media at George Mason University)
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Free / subscription sourcefree and premium options available, some features only available for premium usersfree (gold option available for more features, 30 GBP per year)subscriptionfreefreefreesubscription (free or low-cost for Africa and developing countries)free and subscrition (premium services)freemostly freemostly freefree freefreefreeBasic accounts are for free, Other types of membership have to pay on a monthly basis.subscriptionfreefreefree (optional storage upgrades for 2-10$ per month)
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Primary purposeuploading papersreference management to store, organise and share the scholarly papers you are readingreference managementprovider of research databases, e-journals, magazine subscriptions, e-books and discovery service to libraries (academic and other)social networksource code repository, versioning, issue tracking, documentationenweb search engine, indexing service for full text or metadata of scholarly articles (papers, not journals)social network; social layer for other Google servicesselective digital library of academic content including top peer-reviewed journals, respected literary journals, academic monographs, research reports from trusted institutes, and primary sourcesprofessional networking: business- and employment-oriented servicereference management, research networkjournal commentsjournal commentsjournal commentscollecting & publishing scientific open access resourcesjournal commentspreprint repository, dissemination of scholarly research, indexing and ranking authors/ research organizationsresearch network: members share projects, research output and collaborate with their peersresearch bloggingpreprint repository, dissemination of scholarly researchQuestions and answers related to computer programmingblogging(research) bloggingto upload, share and view videosresearch evaluation: access to selected scholarly literature in over 250 disciplines, access to cited reference connections and citation reportsmultilingual Wiki of a free, collectively created encyclopediadisplay of user-generated and corporate media videos (and audio recordings)reference management; plus very basic functionalities for document storage, collaboration and networking
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Geographical reachworldwideChina and Taiwanworldwideworldwideworldwideworldwide: articles from a wide variety of sources in all fields, all countries, and over all time periodsworldwide; except from mainland China and Iran> 8,000 institutions in more than 160 countries had access (as of 2013)>200 countries and territories, access in 24 languages. Highest number of users in USA, Brazil, Great Britain and Canadaworldwideworldwide95 countriesworldwide: 193 countriesworldwide140 countries by SSRN's email abstract eJournalsworldwide, big majority in the USit is banned in Indonesia and Chinaworldwide, predominance of nordamerican, european and japanese research output in English. Regional databases: Latin America, China, Korea, Russia. Language specific database: Arabic299 language editions, over 43 million wiki pages. Largest editions: English, Cebuano, Swedish, German, Dutch and French95% of the Internet population, local versions in 88 countries, access in 76 languagessupported in >30 languages
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Number of active /registered users58 millionnot foundca. 208.000 registered users (Ortega, L. J., 2016, Social Network Sites for Scientists: A Quantitative Survey. Chandos Publishing).1.23 billion daily active users on average for December 2016 (http://newsroom.fb.com/company-info/ as of 02/19/2017)28 Millionnot foundabout 400 million active users (https://www.statisticbrain.com/google-plus-demographics-statistics/)> 8,000 institutions in more than 160 countries had access (as of 2013)467 million users (members), 106 million monthly active users, 1.5 million groupsover 6 million researchers worldwide https://www.mendeley.com/ as of 02/19/2017) 542 million monthly visitors (234 million unique users)over 50.000 authors, over 75.000 email subscriptions13+ million membersca 80 million visitors per month, 38 million registered users>2.2 Million8,501,964 registered and unregistred users (https://stackexchange.com/sites#), 226357 registered users (https://stackoverflow.com/users?tab=reputation&filter=all) 30-50 million active users313 milion monthly active users (https://about.twitter.com/company as of 02/19/2017)More than
35 million creators worldwide
not found>272,001 active users (one or more actions within a certain month), >10,151,406,947 registered users, 30,710,162 total usersover a billion usersin 2014 the estimated number of accounts was between 1 and 1.5 million; but even Zotero's developers don't know exact figures (http://quintessenceofham.org/2011/05/21/on-usage-figures/)
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Content coverage21 Million Papers by their own accountacademic journal articles, doctoral dissertations and conference paper compliations8,641,673 articles375 full-text databases, a collection of 600,000-plus ebooks, subject indexes, point-of-care medical references, and an array of historical digital archivessource code journal and conference papers, theses and dissertations, academic books, pre-prints, post-prints, abstracts, technical reports or their drafts and other scholarly literature from diverse areas of research, court opinions and patents. Sources: web crawling, individual authors, university repositories, journal publishersunknown10 million academic articles from 2.000 journals, 50.000 books, and 2 million primary source documents in 75 disciplines from 1.200 publishersfocus on public professional profiles for promoting visibility, networking (users) and recruiting (companies). Options for adding, editing, or removing publications, video optionspossibility to create a subreddit for any topicabout 2.3 million research pieces from 2,800 journals and 4,500 working paper series100+ mio publications: Articles, Books, Chapters, Codes, Conference Papers, Cover Pages, Data Sets, Experiment Findings, Methods, Negative Results, Patents, Posters, Presentations, Raw Data, Research Proposals, Technical Reports, Thesis, Working Papers, Figures and media files, Unpublished articles and working copies/
Members by discipline: 15% Medicine, 14% Biology, 14% Engineering, 7% Chemistry, 6% Comp. Science, 4% Physics, 40% Other
18 million uploads in 40 content categories361,685 Authors, 776,247 Abstracts, 656,786 Full Text Papers, 66,189 Papers received (last 12 months)15,460,642 questions, and 24,036,862 answers there are 55,434,134 videos (short films and movies) as of 2015. Web of Science Core Collection: >18,000 peer reviewed journals, books and proceedings. 100% fully indexed cited references, authors and autor affiliations, 1.3 billion cited references going back to 1900diverse: anyone with internet access regardless of age, culture or background can contribute to the platform. Users can be contributors and make changes to Wikipedia articles. Contributions are more important than expertise or qualifications of the contributortalks, webinars, presentations, academic interviewsin 2015, ~60% of the items in the Altmetric.com database had at least one entry in Zotero (https://www.zotero.org/blog/studying-the-altmetrics-of-zotero-data/)
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Websitehttp://www.airitilibrary.com/http://www.citeulike.org/https://www.ebsco.com/www.faceboo.comwww.github.comscholar.google.comhttps://plus.google.comhttps://www.jstor.org/www.linkedin.comwww.mendeley.comhttp://blogs.nature.com/ https://www.plos.org/publicationshttps://www.reddit.com/http://repec.org/www.researchgate.nethttps://de.slideshare.net/https://www.ssrn.com/https://stackoverflow.com/https://www.tumblr.com/www.twitter.comhttps://vimeo.com/www.webofknoledge.comwww.wikipedia.orgwww.youtube.comhttp://www.zotero.org/
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Functions that allow scientific communication (sorted by purpose)Networking and collaboration
Discuss /comment on publications within the platformpeer reviews on draftsreviews, ratings, tagsNotes (private?)commenting on commitsno networking / collaboration options within the platformpossible through posts and comments referring to postsno networking / collaboration options within the main platform (sub-site JSTOR Global Plants has a community approach)commentcommentcommentnocomment, request feedbackcomments/likesnoYesYes, below the post or by reblogging itDisscussion/Comments are below the video sectionno networking collaboration / options within the platformtalk or discussion pages: administration pages for editors to discuss changes to its associated article or WikiProjectcomments below the video sectiononly via personal notes
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Follow users / network buildingfollowconnection (actively added to own network) and neighbours (i.e. users that save the same papers)followGoogle+ circles and -communitiesLinkedIn contacts: connectionsnofollownofollowfollownoNetworking/collaboration is done via the comments/chatroomsfollowIt is possible to follow usersnetworking and colaboration within the talk or discussion section of each articlechannel subscriptionsrudimentary functionalities for follower relations
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Create / follow groups or projectsnogroupswatch projectsgroups are called communitiesgroupsnocreate subredditsnoprojectsfollow noit is possible to create chatrooms for disscussion and colloborationsfollow sites managed by a certain project/groupOne can create unlimited Channels, Groups, and forums with Vimeo Plus.as contributor or editor of Wikipedia articlesgroups (search over channels with simmilar interests)groups
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Working in groups (e.g. Exchanging publications, saving notes in the uploaded PDF)noadd tags to publications, share publications in groupsShared folders, Sharepoint integrationpossible through Google Docs integrationnot applicablevia subredditsnoexchange publicationsnoyesnonot applicablecollaboration: anyone can edit an articlenot applicableshared literature management, shared tags
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Send / receive inquiries (e.g. author versions of publications), send private messages (mailbox)private messagesprivate messagesnoprivate messages (as special cases of Stream messages)private messagesprivate inboxonly via emailrequest fulltext, private messages, endorse, confirm authorshipnonomailboxPrivate messagesuser talk pages: public, private message option is available via enabled email messagingprivate and public messagesvery basic private messaging and forums
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Release status messagesnouser can blog, recent activities visible on user profilenoyes"headline" optionnono0noUser profile has a section "about me" and can be edited.blog post, "about me"one can set a status message in the 'about' pages of each person or forumuser pages can be used for this purposechannel trailerno
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Consult the communitynoonly forum in groupsissue tracker, commentsimplicitely, by using the Streamnot applicablevia subredditsquestion & answer, expertsthrough notes and comment section under presentationsQuestions and answersQuestions and answersthrough the Help Center and ForumsProject:Suppport deskYouTube Help Forumpublic forums on https://forums.zotero.org/
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Blogs or other functionalities connecting the platform operators with the users so that the operators can get feedback from platform users or explain new featureshttps://medium.com/@academiadiscussion site: http://www.citeulike.org/groupfunc/3124/home, There are specific forums for bug reports and feature requests. There's also a forum for general topics.https://blog.github.com/https://scholar.googleblog.com/https://www.blog.google/products/google-plus/https://support.jstor.org/hc/en-us/community/topicshttps://blog.linkedin.com/https://blogs.plos.org/plos/https://redditblog.com/https://www.researchgate.net/bloghttps://blog.slideshare.nethttps://meta.stackoverflow.com/https://staff.tumblr.com/https://developer.vimeo.com/ and https://vimeo.com/bloghttps://clarivate.com/blog/tag/web-of-science/https://blog.wikimedia.org/https://youtube.googleblog.com/official blog on https://www.zotero.org/blog/
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Publication and disseminationUpload of full texts or other contentfull text uploads from authorspdf can be uploaded to private library, ris/bibtex files can be importednot applicablemostly source code, but upload any type of documentnot applicablenot directly - only by uploading texts as pictures; third-party software allows to convert and upload PDFs0upload of documents (.pdf, .doc, .docx, .rtf, .odt), photos (.png, .jpg, .jpeg), presentations (.pdf, .ppt, .pps, .pptx, .ppsx, .pot, .potx, .odp), websites and videos full text publishingvia subredditsfull text uploads from authors1upload presentations. infographics, documents and videos1no, StackOverflow does not provide file hosting services.YesUpload of video/audio is possiblefull text upload from publishersphoto upload under Creative Commons copyright licenses, no full text uploadvideo/ audio upload, no full text uploadfiles can be uploaded to entries in a private library; libraries can be imported in various formats
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Download of full texts or other contentfull text downloadsno fulltexts, but download of bibliographic metadatayes, if availableclone repositories, download filesdirect download is not possible, the search engine locates full texts and other content on the webonly as made available by other users, see restrictions above1not applicablefull text downloadsvia subredditsfull text downloads1download the above1nononoonly full texts with open accessnot applicablenot applicableno
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Web Importernot applicablebookmarklet: http://www.citeulike.org/bookmarklets.adpnot applicablenot applicablenot applicableText analyzer to search for articles, no importnot applicable1URL or DOI, or manually in BibTex, RIS, MODS, RefWorks, Refer/BiblX, Dblp, and XMLnot applicablenononoVimeo Video Post is a WordPress video importer plugin specially developed for Vimeo that allows quick importing of Vimeo videos as WordPress posts with attached video player from channels, albums, user, groups or categories.not applicablenot applicablenot applicableconnectors are available for Firefox, Chrome and Safari
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Export of bibliographic data in other formats (e.g. BibTeX)nobibtex, endnote, ris, pdf, rtf, plain textRIS Format (e.g. CITAVI, EasyBib, EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, Zotero), XML, BibTeX, MARC21, RefWorks, EndNote, EasyBib, CSV not applicableRefWorks, RefMan, EndNote, and BibTeXnot applicableRefWorks, EasyBib, RIS, BibTeXnot applicableRIS
BibTex
no0not applicablenonononoEndNotenot applicablenot applicableexports to various formats available (BibTex, BibLaTex, RDF, Endnote XML, CSV, ...)
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Share / reshare publications (via additional Social Media, e.g. Facebook, Twitter)twitter buttondelicious189 channels via addthis.comnot applicabledepending on individual settings, Stream messages can be reshared with circles and communities0"Share an article" option, no reshare optioncopy/ embed links to a certain postTwitter, Facebook, Google+, Reddit, Stumbleupon, Delicious,Facebook, LinkedIn, GoogleFacebook, Twitter, LinkedInFacebook, Twitter, citeulikenoyesnonot applicablenot applicableFacebook, Wykop, LiveJournal, vk.com, ok.ru, Google+, Twitter, Blogger, reddit, Tumblrno
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Forwarding of publications to peers / magazines (i.e. proposals for publications)nonot applicablevia Stream messages0not applicablevie emailvia email, messageslinks are availablemailnonononot applicablenot applicablenot applicableno
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Saving of publications with link (Social Bookmarking)personal bookmark listyespersonal watchlistpersonal collection of articles via Google Scholar librarynomyLists, shelfnot applicablesaving articles in "MyIdeas"follow, recommend, share with memberslikes, clipboardsaving articles in "MyBriefcase"no"favorites"nonot applicablenot applicablenot applicableyes
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Quoting publications with reference to different quotation stylesPlain, ACS, APA, APA(Reed), APS, CBE, Chicago, Elsevier, Harvard, IEEE, Jama, MLA, Nature, Oxford, Science, Turabian, VancouverABNT, AMA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, Vancouvernot applicablenot applicablenoCite this item (MLA, APA, Chicago)not applicable0not applicable0nonononot applicableAPA style, ASA style, MLA style, The Chicago Manual of Style, Author-date referencing, Vancouver system and Bluebook among othersnot applicableyes, with add-ins for MS Word and LibreOffice; thousands of citation styles available at https://www.zotero.org/styles/
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Open review / evaluation (e.g. giving ratings for publications)peer reviews on "draft sessions"ratings, reviews, tagsnonot applicableno0like, comment and share options for shared articlesn/areview, request a review, recommendlike, clip, comment and share options for shared presentations, documents, infographics or videos0nonononot applicablearticle evaluation within the talk or discussion pages. Ratings: featured articles (given by Wikipedia editors)not applicableno
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Self-MarketingCreation of a user profile with CV and / or other documents and export of user profiles as CVbasic (picture, address, web page)basic (picture, url, mail, bio)not applicable: Google Scholar creates a public profile from the web, details can be confirmed or deleted by the author. No CV option, no export of user profile user profiles contain fields for demographical information, biography, occupation and education; no dedicated export functionNo user user profile functionalityuser profile as CV, embed option from other profiles (YouTube, Prezi, SlideShare, GitHub, Wikipedia, Facebook, Google+, etc.) in order to display work samplesnono1user profiles with CV but no export option0There is user profiles with CV but without an export functionno export function, but freely designable profilesnonot applicablenot applicable: user page as a means to help write on Wikipedia instead as a social networking toolnot applicableuser profiles with CVs exist; but no export function
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Present own skills and expertise on own user profileResearch fields, About me, my interestsAuthor profiles (automatic)nonot applicablepossible by entering information on education and occupation; other than that not further supportededucation, work experience and skills sections in profilenon/a1possibility to present "branche" on profile0Yes, it is possible to write about the previous exprience in the profile.It's possible to write that into the profilenonot applicablenot applicablenot applicableprofiles contain fields for Disciplines, Affiliation, Website and Biography
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Integration of the user profile on other websiteslog in with Facebooknonot applicablepossible via Google+ Badges (https://developers.google.com/+/web/badge/); websites can include a Google Sign-In, which allows users to login with their Google+ credentialsembed option to other platforms or servicesno1not applicable0yes, there is a HTML code (called flair) and one can place on any website to show off your user profile.Embedding videos to other websites is an optionnot applicablenot applicableembed option to other platforms or servicesno
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Statistiscs for user profiles / rankingsnononot applicablethe following statistics are visible to a profile's owner: net new profile followers, net new collection followers, post views, post comments, post +1s, post reach (including post and post reshare stats)views of profile, followersvarious credit systems, top postsranking for top authors1top slideshares of the day, top topics, trending on social media1Number of questions answered by the user, Number of questions the user asked, reputation which is a rough number of by posting good questions and useful answers, and badges for those who use more facilities of the website (https://stackoverflow.com/help/what-are-badges)Number of followers/following, post activityNumber of collaborators, followers, videos and likesnot applicablenot applicableviews of profileno
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View of advertisements and applications for jobsnononot applicableonly implicitely through Stream messagesnumber of saved jobs, number of applied jobsyesn/a1https://de.slideshare.net/about/workatslideshare1https://stackoverflow.com/jobsnonot applicablenot applicablenot applicableno
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Publication of job advertisementsnononot applicableonly implicitely through Stream messages"post a job" option (LinkedIn Jobs)yesn/a1only through slideshares1https://stackoverflow.com/jobsnonot applicablenot applicablenot applicableno, just one page about open positions directly at Zotero (https://www.zotero.org/jobs)
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Impact of platforms or social media services in the scientific communityInteractions between servicesSocial actions: insert options or icons that allow interfaces between the platforms or servicesdeliciousDisplay PlumX metricsnoneposts, comments, +1s, shares0likes, follows, comments, shares"Follow me on Research Gate"-badgeshare through LinkedIn/Facebook/TwitterShare through Google+/Twitter/Facebook/EmailsShare through Facebook/Twitter/Email/Messenger ServicesShare through Facebook/Twitter/Google+/Tumblr/Pinterest/Redditnone (Facebook like to Web of Science™ page)noneFacebook, Twitter, Google+, Blogger, Reddit, Tumblr, vk.com, Pinterest, LinkedIn, etc.none
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*metrics analyzedActivities analyzed by *metrics aggregators Abstract views, downloadsBookmarksBookmarksUsage (Views, Link-outs, Captures (Download, Mendeley Reads), Social Media (Twitter: Tweet/Re-Tweet)Posts (likes & similar), shares comments, friendsLikes, shares, downloadsStars, forks, downloads, watched repositoriesfor autors: number of papers, citations, h-index, i10-index in total and in the last 5 years, list of co-authors; for journals: h5-index, h5-median, top 100 publications (ordered by h5-index and h-median metrics) in several languages, top 20 journals after areas of research. Metrics cover articles published between 2012 and 2016 (index as of June 2017)Posts (+1, comments), sharesviews, downloads, bookmarks, number of citations; usage reports for admins only (Counter4-compliant)LinkedIn GroupsBookmarks, citations, H-index, publications, views, readers, demographics, followers, followingComments, downloadsPosts (upvotes, downvotes, comments)ResearchGate Score, Reach (direct & indirect), percentile of the score, reads (=view summary, fulltext or download incl. Google Scholar) / citations / recommendations, followers, h-indexfavorites, comments, downloadsratings, recommendationsCiteULike scoreposts / answers (upvotes)tweets, retweets, favorites, likes, followers, followingcommentsWeb of Science™ Core Collection Times Citedmentions, citationsviews, likes, dislikes, comments, shares, videos on playlists, subscribersnone yet, despite previously stated interest by both Altmetric.com and the Zotero community (https://forums.zotero.org/discussion/68958/zotero-altmetrics-any-update)
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APIs & limitsAPIs from platforms (URL)http://wiki.citeulike.org/ not workinghttps://developer.github.com/v3/?no APIhttps://developers.google.com/+/web/api/rest/JSTOR Data for Research (not an API) https://about.jstor.org/whats-in-jstor/text-mining-support/ Matchmaker http://labs.jstor.org/api/docs/General API information: https://developer.linkedin.com/docs/rest-api# APIHow to access data: https://ideas.repec.org/getdata.html RePEc: https://ideas.repec.org/api.html no APIno APIhttps://api.stackexchange.com/ (it covers stack overflow data as well)Gniphttps://developer.vimeo.com/api/startLinks Article Match Retrieval Service (Links AMR) (https://ws.isiknowledge.com/cps/xrpc)MediaWiki API (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php)YouTube Data API v3 (YouTube Analytics API)https://www.zotero.org/support/dev/web_api/v3/start
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APIs' limits?OAuth 2.0; limits depending on call count, cpu usage and execution time on their servers; also depending on amount of users that authorized the app calling the API; with 0 users it is very slownot applicablecourtesy quotas apply: https://developers.google.com/+/web/api/rest/#quota; also, to access profile-related data via the API an authentication by that profile's owner is requiredlimited to 1,000 articles; users seeking larger results are asked to contact JSTOR Data for ResearchPosibility of mining posts from groups is closed not applicableno APIWithout a key you can make 300 requests per day, with a key you can make 10,000 requests per day.
With an access token, the 10,000 request limit is just for your app for that user.
Without an access token, the 10,000 request limit is shared between apps on the IP Address
be dropped (https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/throttle and https://stackapps.com/questions/3055/is-there-a-limit-of-api-requests)
OAuth; Rate-Limiting: GET/search/tweets - 450 requests / 15 min (with app authorization); with Standard Search API only tweets of the last 7 days can be searched => works limit: ~ 300.000https://developer.vimeo.com/guidelines/rate-limitinguser authorisation and authentication required, commercial use. further information at http://ipscience-help.thomsonreuters.com/LAMRService/WebServiceOperationsGroup/requestResponseAPI.htmlvirtually no restrictions, limited to 500 articles (looping needed)user authorisation and authentication required, commercial use. Further information at https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/getting-startedbibliography read requests limited to 150 items par request; conditions under which rate limiting sets in aren't specified explicitly (https://www.zotero.org/support/dev/web_api/v3/basics)
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Tools and sources - Data aggregatorsCommercial data providersData integrated in Altmetric Explorer (altmetric.com)yesno data collectionno data collectionmentions in public postsno data collectionLinkedIn groups (early 2013 to 3/12/2014))no data collectionno data collectionno data collectionDaily scan for links to scholarly outputs.nono data collectionmentions of scholarly outputs collected from References section. English Wikipedia only. The article cited must use a properly-formatted Wikipedia citation taglinks to scholarly outputs within the video descriptions and video comments. YouTube videos must have a link to the scholarly article outside of the video in order to be trackedno
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Dimensions
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Data integrated in Kudosvia altmetric.comnot foundnot foundvia altmetric.comnot foundsee altmetric.com (Partner)not foundnot foundnot foundnot directly, but they also show altmetric attention score for publications and crossref citationsnoWeb of Science™ Times Citedsee altmetric.com (Partner)see altmetric.com (Partner)no
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Data integrated in PlumX (Plum Analytics)1number of public and private readersNr. of abstract views, full text views, HTML views, link outs, PDF views, sample downloads, supporting data views, nr. of views, exports/saves to bibliographic management toolsno data collection"+1"sno data collectionno data collectionNr. of abstract views, downloads, citation indexes (nr. of RePEc works that cite the artifact as computed by CiTEc)no data collectionno data collectionThe number of links to the artifact (They mentioned Stack Exchange, and not directly stack overflow)The number of topics in a forum discussing the articleno data collectionnr. of links to the artifact. Wikipedia posts might refer and link to many different forms of research: peer-reviewed articles, theses, data sets or even working papers, reports or blog postsnr. of times the video or audio has been played, nr. of people who have subscribed for an update, nr. of likes, nr. of comments made about an artifact, nr. of times the artifact has been marked as favoriteno
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Non-commercial data providers (open source)Data integrated in Impactstory.orgvia altmetric.comno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionsee altmetric.com (Partner)no data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionnr. of linkssee altmetric.com (Partner)no
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Data integrated in Depsy.org (ImpactStory)nono data collection: "Depsy text-mines papers to find fulltext mentions of software they use, revealing impacts invisible to citation indexes like Google Scholar." [1] "Depsy calculates impact along three dimensions (and a fourth, coming later, that will capture social signals like GitHub watchers and Stack Overflow discussions). The overall impact score of a package is calculated as the average of these three: downloads from software repositories, software reuse via reverse dependencies, and literature reuse via mentions within papers." [2]no
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Data integrated in Lagotto (general)yes as 'saved'no data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionnonoWeb of Science™ Times Citednr. of references across the 25 largest Wikipedia language sites and Wikimedia Commons (PLOS)no data collectionno
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Data integrated in PLOS (implementation von Lagotto)combined with Mendeley bookmarks (as 'saved')no data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionWeb of Science™ Times Citednr. of Wikipedia articles in the 25 most popular wikipedias and Wikimedia Commonsno data collectionno
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Data integrated in VIVOnono
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Data integrated in VZG (implementation von Lagotto)?not foundno
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Data Integrated in Webometric Analyst 2.0nono data collectionno data collectionthrough Altmetric.comno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionno data collectionnonono data collectionnr. of linkslists of videos matching a search for a keyword, channel, or tag; information about a list of videos; statistics about the channels of a list of users, comments on videos; network diagram of the replies to comments on a video, export the comments downloaded in to Mozdeh for keyword and time series analysesno
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Altmetric.com outputs and data sourcesPolicy documentsMentions of any public policy, guidance, or guidelines document from a governmental or non-governmental organisation0000
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Mainstream mediaMentions in over 2,700 English and non-English global news outlets0000
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BlogsMentions in manually curated list of over 11,000 academic and non-academic blogs. Tracking via RSS feeds0000
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Online reference managersMendeley, CiteULike0000
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Post-publication Peer-Review forumsPubPeer, Publons0000
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Social MediaTwitter, Facebook, Google+, Reddit. LinkedIn and Pinterest: historical dataPosts on public pages only, no individual timeline posts and no likesHistorical data: LinkedIn groups (closed data stream)Historical data: historical mentions on detail pages (closed data stream)Original posts only, not commentsPublic tweets, quoted tweets and retweets only, no favourites0000
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Other online sourcesWikipedia, Sites running Stack Exchange (Q&A), Reviews on F1000, YouTube, Open Syllabus011*1
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Collection methodno data collectionWikipedia APIYouTube API
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Update frequencyno data collectionReal-time feedDaily
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Altmetric Attention ScoreIndicator of the amount of attention a reseacht output has received regardless its quality. The score is determined by an automated algorithm which takes into account three factors: volume (number of mentions), source (quality of the source of the mentions, e.g. an average newspaper posting will have a higher weighting that an average tweet), and author (the author of the mention changes the weighting given to each mention, i.e. someone who is considered an influencer within a community will receive a higher weighting that someone who is not)030,25
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Altmetric.com APIhttp://api.altmetric.com/no data collection??
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API limitsCommercial use, free use only to fetch basic alt-metrics information about articles and datasetsno data collection??
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Altmetric.com level of openessnot applicablecontradictory information about indicators, see [1] and [2]contradictory information about indicators, see [1] and [2]
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What is Dimensionsfree discovery service
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Sourcesreferences extracted from CrossRef, PubMed Central, Open Citation Data and fulltexts
display of altmetric donut
badge based on ...
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Collection methodOA information from unpaywall
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Update frequency
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Dimensions Badgecombination of 4 citation indicators (exclude JIF), for display on individual websites of authors, organisations need to register
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Dimensions APIhttps://figshare.com/s/3c8f0284e8e51718c1b2
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API limitsnon-commercial use of individuals, organisations need to register, only articles are free to access, others (grants, patents and clinical trials) only available to paying organisations
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Dimensions level of openess
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Metrics available in KudosAPI limits0not applicablenot applicable0
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Kudos viewsTotal number of visits to a publication page on the Kudos site0not applicablenot applicable0
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Click throughsNumber of click througs to the publisher site0not applicablenot applicable0
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Publication viewsNumber of times a publication’s abstract has been clicked on/read online at the publisher’s site (data provided by participanting publishers)0not applicablenot applicable0
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Full text downloadsNumber of times your publication has been downloaded/read online from the publisher’s site (data provided by participanting publishers)0not applicablenot applicable0
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Altmetric scoreRepresentation of the amount of interest your publication has attracted across news outlets and social media sites0see Altmetric.comsee Altmetric.com0
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Web of Science™ Times CitedCounts from Thomson Reuters Web of Science™. Number of times a publication has been cited, and link through to Web of Science™ to see a list of the citing articles1not applicablenot applicable1
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Kudos indicatorNo information found???
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Kudos APINo information found???
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Basic service free for researchers, commercial use for publishers, funders and institutions???
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Kudos level of openess: not fully comprehensible. Social media sharing activities (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and other) are counted as "share referals" to a personal publication page and as part of the "Altmetric score"not foundnot foundnot found
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PlumX indicators sorted by categories (as of April 14, 2017)Usage MetricsAbstract ViewsNumber of times the abstract of an article has been viewed1010002
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ClicksNumber of clicks of a URL000000
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CollaboratorsNumber of collaborators of an artifact000000
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DownloadsNumber of times an artifact has been downloaded0010001
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Full Text ViewsNumber of times the full text of an article has been viewed100001
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HoldingsNumber of libraries that hold the book artifact000000
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HTML ViewsNumber of times the HTML of an article has been viewed100001
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Link OutsNumber of times an outbound link has been clicked to a library catalog or link resolver100001
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PlaysNumber of times the video or audio has been played000011
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PDF ViewsNumber of times the PDF of an artifact has been viewed100001
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Sample DownloadsNumber of times an artifact’s content has been sampled (e.g. pages, MP3)100001
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Supporting Data ViewsNumber of times the supporting data of an artifact has been viewed100001
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ViewsNumber of times the artifact has been viewed100001
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Capture MetricsBookmarksNumber of times an artifact has been bookmarked000000
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FavoritesNumber of times the artifact has been marked as a favorite000011
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FollowersNumber of times a person or artifact has been followed000000
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ForksNumber of times a repository has been forked000000
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ReadersNumber of people who have added the artifact to their library000000
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