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    Mike Buschman

    Co-founder, Plum Analytics

    August 5, 2014

    @amichalek | @PlumAnalytics

    Altmetrics 101

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    Metrics provide a Feedback

    Loop

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    Redefining:

    How Scholarship is Measured

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    Current state of

    Scholarly Measure

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    Journal

    Impact Factor

    3.161

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    Metrics provide a Feedback

    Loop

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    What impact has our research

    had in the past 18 months?

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    Researchers have

    Moved Online

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    Sources of Data Exhaust

    • Amazon

    • Bit.ly

    • CrossRef

    • Delicious

    • Dryad

    • dSpace

    • EBSCO

    • ePrints

    • Facebook

    • Figshare

    • Github

    • Google+

    • Medwave

    • Mendeley

    • PLOS

    • PubMed Central

    • Reddit

    • Research

    Blogging

    • Scopus

    • SlideShare

    • SourceForge

    • Stack Overflow

    • Twitter

    • USPTO

    • Vimeo

    • Wikipedia

    • Worldcat

    • YouTube

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    Metrics Categories

    USAGE (clicks, downloads, views,

    library holdings, video plays)

    CAPTURES (bookmarks, code forks, favorites,

    readers, watchers)

    MENTIONS (blog posts, comments, reviews,

    Wikipedia links)

    SOCIAL MEDIA (+1s, likes, shares, tweets)

    CITATIONS (PubMed Central, Scopus,

    patents)

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    Changing the focus

    COUNTER how much your university uses the collection

    Article-level metrics and

    PlumX

    how much the world uses your research

    on metrics

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    Metrics provide

    a Feedback Loop

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    Open Metrics  Open Science

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    Visualizing Impact: Plum Print

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    Group and Researcher

    Widgets

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    Citations are lagging indicators

    • Scopus = 2

    • Web of

    Science = 0

    • Google

    Scholar = 8

    • PubMed = 1

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    Photo credit: A. Wayne Vogl and Nicholas D.

    Pyenson / Smithsonian Institution.

    Research output is

    more than articles…

    Measure all of it

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    Beyond the Journal Article

    • Articles

    • Blog posts

    • Book chapters

    • Books

    • Cases

    • Clinical Trials

    • Conference Papers

    • Data Sets

    • Figures

    • Grants

    • Interviews

    • Letters

    • Media

    • Patents

    • Posters

    • Presentations

    • Reports

    • Source Code

    • Theses /

    Dissertations

    • Videos

    • Web Pages

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    Books count!

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    How does this help me?

    Performing Research

    Funding Research

    Publishing Research

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    Given how tight budgets are around

    the world, governments are rightfully

    demanding effectiveness in the programs

    they pay for.

    To address these demands, we

    need better measurement tools

    to determine which approaches

    work and which do not.”

    Bill Gates

    Gates Foundation Annual Letter 2013

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    NIH: The Competition for

    Research $$$

    http://report.nih.gov/NIHDatabook/Charts/Default.aspx?showm=Y&chartId=20&catId=2

    4 in 5 people do

    NOT get funded

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    Who Gets Funded? N

    u m

    b e r

    o f P

    ro p o s a ls

    Almost

    Always

    Funded

    Almost

    Never

    Funded

    “Gray Zone” Typically

    Funded

    Adapted from:

    http://nuweb.neu.edu/nhe/insideview%20NSF.pdf

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    Metrics provide a Feedback

    Loop

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    An opportunity for libraries

    and the office of research

    to work together

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    Funders are using PlumX

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    Citations are lagging indicators

    • Scopus = 2

    • Web of

    Science = 0

    • Google

    Scholar = 8

    • PubMed = 1

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    Photo credit: A. Wayne Vogl and Nicholas D.

    Pyenson / Smithsonian Institution.

    Thank You!

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    http://blog.qmee.com/qmee-online-in-60-seconds/

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    Citations are lagging indicators

    • Scopus = 2

    • Web of Science = 0

    • Google Scholar = 8

    • PubMed = 1

    Photo credit: A. Wayne Vogl and Nicholas D.

    Pyenson / Smithsonian Institution.

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    “Same” Article,

    Different Places