The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project,...
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The Public Knowledge Project's Article-Level Metrics Service: Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project, Stanford University

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June 18 NISO Virtual Conference: Transforming Assessment: Alternative Metrics and Other Trends
Three Publishers' Perspective on Using Altmetrics: PLOS, PKP, and eLife
Juan Pablo Alperin, PhD Candidate, Public Knowledge Project, Stanford University

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