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Euan Adie – Uptake of altmetrics in academic publishing environments. Lightnening talk at NISO Altmetrics Initiative meeting in San Francisco, CA October 9, 2013

Euan Adie – Uptake of altmetrics in academic publishing environments. Lightnening talk at NISO Altmetrics Initiative meeting in San Francisco, CA October 9, 2013

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  • Defintealtmetrics! Every presentation starts like thisPrivate or publicInternal use or user facingJust download stats or more?Repos or journals?
  • Actually not the metrics stuff that publishers are typically interested in. Rather….
  • … it’s letting authors and editors see what people are saying about papers. A side effect of the data collection, in some ways
  • We are seeing more of an interest in metrics now, since DORA

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  • Uptake of altmetrics in academic publishing environments Euan Adie, altmetric.com #nisoalmi
  • Yeah, pretty good
  • Altmetric • We work directly with ~ 24 publishers inc. Nature Publishing Group, Royal Soc Chem, Cell Press, Cambridge Uni Press • About same number of IRs • ± 2M requests a day to API
  • Others • ImpactStory working with several publishers too • PLoS, Frontiers, IOP, APS all have sophisticated in-house ALM systems
  • Do users care? • Depends on the user. The feedback we get is invariably from – Authors – Editors – Librarians • Generally very positive, even when we miss stuff.
  • Do users care pt 2? • Depends on how the data is presented. – Small badge under title – 1% CTR – In tab – 0.5% CTR – In link in sidebar – 0.1% CTR – YMMV (wildly – hopefully this is obvious)
  • What stops publishers? • (understandable) fear that articles won’t have any attention • Depending on field editors & authors may not be asking for it • Cost* (financial, time, opportunity) * of implementation, not necessarily service