Posted Tue, Sep, 04,2012
Article usage metrics are now available for all articles. This valuable new service provides significant insights into article usage including:
Article views and downloads in total and by month
Views and downloads by geographical region
Article sharing in social media
Article sharing by type of individual sharing
Article metrics are available now for all articles published more than 48 hours ago. Visit this webpage to view a sample.
The article usage metrics service is benchmarked against similar services provided by PLoS and other publishers, with the aim of providing an industry-leading service. Data is taken from internal Counter-compliant records, from Pubmed Central where available, and from Altmetric. The service is currently in final beta.
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