I have now deposited my deck of slides from my presentation yesterday in the LIS Bibliometrics 2021 conference (28 April 2021).
I share the 2018 Top 100 research outputs with 'comics' as a keyword according to Altmetric.
Summaries of Twitter numerical data captured from archiving #respbib18 and #ResponsibleMetrics.
I used The Altmetric Explorer to locate any articles from the Journal of Digital Scholarlship in the Humanities that had had any 'mentions' online anytime. With the Open Access Button API we tried to locate open surrogates. Some insights are shared from the data.
Inspired by Altmetric's annual Top 100 list I used the Altmetric Explorer to search for the top articles with keyword ‘comics’ mentioned in the past 1 year. I shared the dataset on figshare.
The Altmetric Top 100 2016 was published yesterday. I share some thoughts about what the data tells us.
I used the Altmetric Explorer as a tool to discover articles about inequality. I cleaned the data to reflect the articles that interested me and then checked them for access and license type.
The HEFCE metrics workshop: metrics and the assessment of research quality and impact in the arts and humanities took place on Friday 16 January 2015, 1030 to 1630 GMT at the Scarman Conference Centre, University of Warwick, UK. I have uploaded to figshare a dataset of 821 Tweets tagged with #HEFCEmetrics published during the day of the event.
Today I'll participate via Skype at the HEFCE Metrics and the assessment of research quality and impact in the Arts and Humanities workshop, commissioned by the independent review panel. I share below some notes.
I will participate in a one-day workshop hosted by the University of Warwick, as part of the Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Research Assessment. Friday 16th January 2015, Scarman Conference Centre, University of Warwick. Registration required.
Follow-up post where I share a list and chart of 2014 Top 25 Paywalled and Top 25 Open Access Outputs in the 2014 Altmetric Top 100 list including their Altmetric scores.
I follow-up my post from yesterday with more insights and diagrams from the Altmetric 2014 Top 100 list.