Archive for the ‘AltMetrics’ Category

Online networking, data sharing and research activity distribution tools for scientists   Leave a comment

This is just a short post, and I need to write more when I have time, about the result of a writing collaboration with Lou Peck and Sean Ekins on an article entitled “The new alchemy: Online networking, data sharing and research activity distribution tools for scientists” (http://dx.doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.12185.1). This took a LONG time to get […]

Posted August 8, 2017 by tony in AltMetrics, ImpactStory

How Poor Altmetrics are for my old articles…   Leave a comment

In preparation for a talk later this week I have been investigating adding Altmetric and Plum analytics scores into my online CV as we as Kudos Resources. I would expect that Altmetric scores would be VERY low for old articles as they were published way before the social networking tools existed. However, the Plum Widget […]

Posted January 10, 2017 by tony in AltMetrics

Add Altmetric and PlumX scores and Kudos Resources to your online CV   Leave a comment

Over the weekend I spent a little time working to integrate Altmetric and PlumX scores to my online CV here on my blog. I also integrated my Kudos resources associated with an article directly into the CV.it’s a breeze and requires only that you have DOIs for your article. See below for how ONE article […]

Posted January 9, 2017 by tony in AltMetrics, Kudos, ORCID

Why Have I Pushed so Much Traffic To Twitter This Weekend? GAMING or SAVVY?   Leave a comment

Next Tuesday, November 29th, I am leading a two hour workshop as described here: “The NC-ACS together with RTI International is excited to provide dinner and a workshop titled “Building an Online Profile Using Social Networking and Amplification Tools for Scientists”! DATE AND TIME: Tue, November 29, 2016, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST LOCATION: The Frontier, 800 Park […]

Social Media Tools for Scientists and Building an Online Profile   Leave a comment

This presentation will be given at the Janelia Farm Research Campus, a research campus of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The presentation abstract is below. ABSTRACT Despite the availability of many platforms for scientists to connect and share with their peers in the scientific community the majority do not make use of these tools, despite […]

The confusing world of Altmetrics – A personal opinion, with confusing data   2 comments

I am a fan of Altmetrics. At least in concept. But I starting to get very concerned with both the tools used to measure them and what the “numbers” are expected to indicate. We would expect that a high “number” in an Altmetric.com “donut” would be indicative, in some way, of the relative importance or […]

Posted February 15, 2016 by tony in AltMetrics, Kudos, ORCID

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NCSU Presentation: Data integration and building a profile for yourself as an online scientist   Leave a comment

This is a presentation I gave at North Carolina State University hosted by Denis Fourches. Data integration and building a profile for yourself as an online scientist Many of us nowadays invest significant amounts of time in sharing our activities and opinions with friends and family via social networking tools. However, despite the availability of […]

Posted August 30, 2015 by tony in AltMetrics, ChemConnector, Open Science..all its forms

Our dire need to mandate data standards and expectations for scientific publishing   Leave a comment

This is a presentation that I delivered at the ACS Division of Chemical Information meeting regarding “Reproducibility, Reporting, Sharing & Plagiarism” at ACS Denver on 23rd March 2015. I took the opportunity to remove my hat that has me be the VP of Strategic Development at RSC, and a member of the cheminformatics group that […]

Providing Access to a Million NMR Spectra via the web   Leave a comment

This presentation was given at the ACS Denver meeting on March 22nd 2015 in a CHED Division symposium Providing Access to a Million NMR Spectra via the web Antony Williams, Alexey Pshenichnov, Peter Corbett, Daniel Lowe, Carlos Coba Access to large scale NMR collections of spectral data can be used for a number of purposes […]

Give me kudos for taking responsibility for self-marketing my scientific publications and increase impact   Leave a comment

This presentation was given at the ACS Denver meeting on March 22nd 2015 in a CINF Division symposium Give me kudos for taking responsibility for self-marketing my scientific publications and increase impact. Antony Williams, Will Russell, Melinda Kenneway and Louise Peck The authoring of a scientific publication can represent the culmination of many tens if […]

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