Scopus now includes Plum Analytics data, so each publication now has easy to access altmetrics. Data includes:
- Usage – for example, clicks, downloads and views.
- Captures – for example, bookmarks and favourites.
- Mentions – for example, blog posts and news media mentions.
- Social media – for example, tweets.
- Citations data
For more information on Plum Analytics, see http://plumanalytics.com/learn/about-metrics/
To access Scopus, see https://scopus.com
Citations Count! Understanding and Tracking your citations
Tuesday 6th December, 10.30-12.00, Julian Hodge 3.12 Training Room 2
How well-cited are your publications? Which are the highest ranked journals in your field? How can you ensure your publications record is accurate? This workshop will look at these questions and more in an introduction to bibliometrics and citations data. For further details of the session and how to book see https://intranet.cardiff.ac.uk/staff/events/view/516511-citations-count!-understanding-and-tracking-your-citations
2015 Journal Citation Reports has been published which includes the 2014 metrics giving the latest data on journal useage.
You can access JCR via the Web of Science.
3 new metrics have been introduced:
- Journal Impact Factor Percentile – providing a more granular view of Impact Factor quartile and a way to compare journals across categories.
- Normalized Eigenfactor Score – designed to give us a picture of a journal’s influence across the whole research landscape rather than compared with like subjects.
- % Articles in Citable Items – illuminating how much of the journal’s published content is original research vs. reviews of the literature
You can also easily identify the metrics of Open access journals by sorting the results by Open Access status. Click more to learn what’s new.