Every article on Taylor & Francis Online has a ‘Metrics’ section which, along with details about article downloads and citations, includes the article’s Altmetric Attention Score. The data used to calculate this score has recently been expanded to include patent citations, helping you to discover where research articles have contributed to commercial innovation. We asked… Read more »
Altmetric recently released their list of the 100 most-discussed journal articles of 2016. In at number 71 is an Editorial by Ronald L. Wasserstein & Nicole A. Lazar published in The American Statistician entitled, ‘The ASA’s Statement on p-Values: Context, Process, and Purpose’. We caught up with author Ronald L. Wasserstein to congratulate him on the… Read more »
Although it may feel like the end of the process, getting your article published is the beginning of a new journey. Ensuring that your work is read (and ultimately cited) by as many researchers as possible is at the very center of what we do at Taylor & Francis. Here are just a few of the… Read more »
What do early career researchers (ECRs) really think about peer review, open access, or Impact Factors? What motivates them to undertake research, how do they choose which journal to publish in, and how do they build their reputation amongst the scholarly community? Recent research from CIBER, an interdisciplinary and independent UK-based research group, analyzes interviews… Read more »
Routledge Handbooks Online became the first customer of Altmetric for Books this month, meaning book editors, chapter authors and readers can now take advantage of functionality previously only available to scholars working on journal articles. Altmetric mines the internet for data to help authors, researchers, publishers and funders understand the many ways that research has… Read more »
How does publishing treatment guidelines Open Access (OA) impact on the potential for use by physicians? In this latest research story, Dr. Daniel Cameron reflects on the reaction to his evidence-based guidance on Lyme disease, and its worldwide impact and application. “Evidence assessments and guideline recommendations in Lyme disease: the clinical management of known tick… Read more »
To celebrate OA Week, we asked researchers who’ve recently published their work Open Access (OA) to tell us why they chose OA as their route to publish, what reception their research article received, and how they found the experience. Read on for Dr Onica Le Gendre’s OA story. Published in Molecular and Cellular Oncology, 2015… Read more »
The Altmetric data available on Taylor & Francis Online enables you to see the attention your article is getting across traditional and social media outlets, blogs, public policy documents, post-publication peer-review forums, and online reference managers.