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Let's Have an Awesome Time Publishing Science

Let's Have an Awesome Time Publishing Science

This is a presentation, with audio, on PLoS ONE (http://www.plosone.org) and to some extent PLoS, given to a conference at UCSF called "Let's Have an Awesome Time Doing Science" (http://awesomescience.wordpress.com/) – an interesting blend of 'regular' conference and unconference.

In this talk I go into some of our motivations and the reasons for our editorial criteria; quite a bit of detail on the PLoS Article-Level Metrics program (http://article-level-metrics.plos.org/); showed some sneak peaks of some upcoming features and finished up by demonstrating some of the power of Open Access in a world of interlined databases.

In my opinion the presentation was... awesome!


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Article Level Metrics from PLoS

Article Level Metrics from PLoS

This was a presentation on the PLoS Article Level Metrics program (http://article-level-metrics.plos.org) to Berkeley and UCSF on 9th November, 2009


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Incompressible Flow Turbomachines: Design, Selection, Applications, and Theory

Incompressible Flow Turbomachines: Design, Selection, Applications, and Theory

Incompressible Flow Turbomachines: Design, Selection, Applications, and Theory ,llano public library texas, library check out procedure, public library of science online, ebooks eerdman navpress


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Article-Level Metrics (at PLoS and beyond)

Article-Level Metrics (at PLoS and beyond)

This was a webinar presented to NISO covering the way in which 'Article-Level Metrics' are being implemented by PLoS. Also see: http://everyone.plos.org/2009/05/27/article-level-metrics-at-plos/

Article-Level Metrics at PLoS takes the view that readers need some way to measure, or at least indicate, the 'worth' (or ‘impact’ etc) of a journal article. With over a million articles published per year it’s impossible to read everything & so filtering tools are needed.

Some journals have been experimenting with providing data on online usage, but PLoS is going further than this. We are at the start of a program to provide citations, usage data, social bookmarking activity, media & blog coverage, commenting activity, 'star' ratings etc on all articles we publish. This slides go into the motivation for this program, as well as the way in which we are rolling it out.


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