Academia is an Iceberg - Mashing up Mendeley Readership data with LinkedIn

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This is a illustration of the concept we developed to show the relationship between readership of academic papers and LinkedIn connections of the authors.

This is a illustration of the concept we developed to show the relationship between readership of academic papers and LinkedIn connections of the authors.

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  • 1. (Professional Network) (sample user: 85 connections) (Academic Network) (same user, author: 125 readers)
  • 2. (Professional Network) (sample user: 85 connections) (Academic Network) (same user, author: 125 readers)
  • 3. (Professional Network) (sample user: 85 connections) 32% 68% (Academic Network) (same user, author: 125 readers)
  • 4. (Professional Network)(Academic Network)
  • 5. Iceberg plot500 LinkedIn connections546 readers
  • 6. (Professional Network) Connections Readers(Academic Network)
  • 7. ConnectionsReaders Not on LinkedIn
  • 8. ConnectionsReaders More than one match on LinkedIn
  • 9. datainsightSan Francisco, June 26, 2011Giorgio CavigliaWilliam GunnPino Trogu