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1 OJS and PlumX: Altmetrics at the University of Pittsburgh and beyond Timothy Deliyannides and Clinton Graham University Library System University of Pittsburgh PKP Annual General Meeting Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC October 3, 2014

2 Goals of the program  Serve our publishing clients –Embed PlumX Widget in all Pitt journals –Demonstrate impact of published articles  Serve the PKP community –Develop OJS Plugin for PlumX that anyone can use –Enable sharing of OJS article-level usage data with any external metrics/analytics system

3 Why altmetrics?  More comprehensive –Citations, usage, social media  Covers impact of online behavior –Because scholars increasingly work online  Measures impact immediately –Because citation counts take years to appear in literature

4 Why altmetrics matter to scholars  Shows impact now, not years later –Especially helps early-career researchers  Helps researchers by generating interest from –Publishers and journal editors –Grant-funding agencies –Research institutions –Employers (current and future)  Can also help with –Reputation promotion and management

5 Pitt and PlumX  Pitt was PlumX’s first partner, beginning in 2012  Integrated with IR, 4 subject repositories and 37 OJS journals  Traditional citations & newer metrics –Scopus, CrossRef, PubMed Central, USPTO –Twitter, Facebook –Wikipedia –Mendeley

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7 Article-level widgets  Display item-level metrics  Embedded in –Article abstract page for OJS journals –Institutional repositories

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9 HomeHome > User > Journal Manager > System Plugins > Generic Plugins > Plum Analytics Artifact Widget SettingsUserJournal ManagerSystem PluginsGeneric PluginsPlum Analytics Artifact Widget Settings With this plugin enabled, the Plum Analytics Artifact widget will be added to your articles. The article's DOI will be used to link to the PlumX artifact metrics. For details and examples of the different widget settings, please see the PlumX Widget Page.PlumX Widget Page Widget Type * Hide When Empty Show Border Hide the PlumPrint Popup Alignment Display Orientation Width Display Widget * Summary Horizontal Below the article’s abstract ✓ Popup Summary Details Configuring the Plugin

10 OJS Header Right Sidebar Article Title Article Abstract Article Footer Left Sidebar OJS Footer Above the article’s title Below the article’s abstract In the article’s page footer Plum Analytics Widget Block Positioning the widget

11 OJS PlumX ALM ? API Sending the data

12 SUSHI-Lite  SUSHI (COUNTER)  but, Article and Web Services focused –PIRUS –REST –JSON –XML  NISO work-in-progress

13 SUSHI-Lite  Pitt ULS –but, any OJS host  PlumX –but, any compliant consumer  NISO (with industry standards) –So any arbitrary ALM use-case


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