Track PlumX metrics of your research outputs

By | August 2, 2019

Plum Analytics founded in 2012, acquired by Ebsco in 2014 and by Elsevier in 2017. It provides metrics for different research outputs (articles, blog posts, books, source codes, theses/dissertations, videos). The metrics are grouped in 5 categories of usage, captures, mentions, social media, and citations.

In order to track PlumX metrics of your research output follow these steps:

1. Add the DOI or PubMed ID of research output to this link as shown below:

2. Click enter. PlumX metrics of the research output will be displayed as:

PlumX metrics are integrated on some platforms (such as Mendeley, SSRN, Scopus, Science Direct, Ebsco, Engineering village, etc.). There is also an option in Pure (5.14) to enable PlumX Metrics widget for research output that has DOI/Scopus ID. If a publication in Pure does not have these identifiers, PlumX metrics will not be displayed.

If you are interested to know more about PlumX metrics (how the metrics are calculated and which research outputs and social media sources are tracked) visit this page.

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