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Altmetric collects the relevant discussions around research papers from Twitter, Facebook, science blogs, mainstream news outlets and many more sources, and helps researchers to see the online impact of their work.
ImpactStory shows researchers their impact profile on the web: it reveals the diverse impacts of research articles, datasets, software, and more.
Kudos is a web-based service that helps researchers and their institutions and funders to maximize the visibility and impact of their published articles. Kudos provides a platform for assembling and creating information to help search filtering, for sharing information to drive discovery, and for measuring and monitoring the effect of these activities.
Owned by EBSCO, measuring research impact.
Measure your Research Impact
This tutorial comprises of 3 elements: bibliometrics, how to calculate your research impact and how to evaluate journal rankings. The resources were originally developed by a cross institutional library project team led by University College Dublin with project members from Dublin City University, Dublin Institute of Technology and Maynooth University.
a social network where researchers can share and follow research.
ResearcherID is your place to manage and share your professional information. Solve author identity issues while simultaneously adding dynamic citation metrics and collaboration networks to your personal profile.
ResearchGate is a social networking site for scientists and researchers to share papers, ask and answer questions, and find collaborators.
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network. Make your own fully-searchable library in seconds, cite as you write, and read and annotate your PDFs on any device.
Harzing Publish or Perish
Publish or Perish is a software program that retrieves and analyzes academic citations. It uses Google Scholar and (since release 4.1) Microsoft Academic Search to obtain the raw citations.
You can set up an account with Google Scholar, ad you publications and keep track of citations and your h-index. Please be aware that Google Scholar often shows higher citation counts than databases such as Scopus and Web of Science. This is because more output is being counted, such as non-peer reviewed publications, grey literature and theses.
With each paper, Scopus displays citation count and usage data from Snowball Metrics and Mendeley.
Web of Science
Web of Science provides information about citation counts and usage counts alongside search results.