October 30, 2014

ALM Reports: The Public Library of Science (PLOS) Debuts New Tool for Article Level Metrics

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From a PLOS Blog Post by Liz Allen:

Today, we are delighted to announce the release of ALM Reports which allow you to view and download ALMs for any set of PLOS articles as well as summarize and visualize the data using charts that reveal patterns and trends for further discussion.

Read more about the tech implementation of ALM Reports by Software Developer John Callaway on the PLOS Tech Blog.

To find ALM that interest you, simply enter as many of the following search terms as you wish into the ALM Reports tool: author info; institution; funder; subject areas; date range; journal title or provide the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) or PMID (PubMed ID). The resulting article list can be saved for future reference, instantly updated and shared on social media or email. We’ve also added some “best in class” categories of PLOS articles such as top cited and views, among others.

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See Also: PLOS Viewpoint on Article Level Metrics

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