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PLOS ONE : Leading Emergency Medicine Journal?

Tweet Having a good deal of contact with the Department of Emergency Medicine at my institution and their scholarly and information needs,  I took a look at SCImago for the top 10 Emergency Medicine journals with at least 30 published articles in the past three years: Knowing the PLOS ONE publishes research from many disciplines, [...]

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Thu, November 1 2012 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Short Story- eLife, PLOS ONE, mBio

Tweet I received the email invitation to the eLife Open House, as many of you did. I sent off the invitation with a brief commentary for my colleagues, then thought that my message could also make is as a blog post.  Here it is: From: Greenberg, Charles Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 2:18 PM To: +++++++++++++++ Cc: [...]

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Tue, August 28 2012 » Uncategorized » No Comments

PLoS Article Level Metrics 101 from Cameron Neylon

Tweet Article-level Metrics from PLoS on Vimeo.

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Fri, February 18 2011 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Update on PLoS and article-level metrics

Tweet Back in September 2009, The Public Library of Science (PLoS), already the publisher of the #1 ISI impact factor journal for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,  announced that that all seven PLoS journals would provide online usage data for published articles. With this addition, the suite of metrics on PLoS articles now includes measures of: [...]

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Sun, January 17 2010 » Uncategorized » No Comments