A quick analysis of data based on an insight from the New York Times’ “Innovation” Report suggests that the home page dominates thinking far too much, leading to blind spots about what really deserves our design attention.
Revisiting Todd Carpenter’s 2012 post on the value of altmetrics.
A new study reports on the usage half-life of articles in thousands of academic and professional journals. The results may help in the formation of public access policy and the setting of access embargoes.
Framing “altmetrics” as alternative may limit their potential — they have to be “alternative” to something already in existence. How do we move new measures robustly into the mainstream?
Moving beyond citations, publisher paints broader picture of quality with palette of performance indicators.
Los Alamos researchers create a usage map of science. Why does it look so different than a citation map?
Project COUNTER releases its third Code of Practice for the counting and reporting of usage data. Is COUNTER also promoting overconfidence in its products?