Archive for the ‘ORCID’ Category

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’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

PRESENTATION: Building an Online Profile Using Social Networking and Amplification Tools for Scientists   Leave a comment

This presentation was given as a 2 hour hands-on training course at the Frontier Building in the Research Triangle Park in NC funded by an Industry Award Grant from the ACS and matching financial support from the Research Triangle Institute. Abstract “Many of us nowadays invest significant amounts of time in sharing our activities and […]

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 “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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Name disambiguation, ORCIDs and author IDs for Science Books   Leave a comment

Those of you who follow my blog will know that I am a fan of ORCIDs and it is great to hear that there are now over a MILLION ORCIDS issued! The sooner the better as far as I am concerned that I can start claiming all of my books and book chapters against MY […]

Posted November 18, 2014 by tony in Book Reviews, General Communications, ORCID

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