旺财体育 metrics information

How does the 旺财体育 metrics widget work?

The 旺财体育 metrics widget displays article-level metrics, including views, citation counts from CrossRef, the Web of Science, and Scopus. It also displays the Altmetric Attention Score.

Each metric appears in the widget once it has a value greater than zero.

What are "Views"?

Views combine cumulative total PDF downloads and full-text HTML views from publication date on Taylor & Francis Online to the current date for the majority of 旺财体育. For much of our historic content the views are counted from 25 June 2011, the launch of this website. Views for the historic content of titles acquired after this point are counted from the date the article was loaded on to Taylor & Francis Online, with the exceptions of titles migrated from Informa Healthcare and Maney Journals. In these cases, article views back to July 2011 (IHC), November 2013 (Maney) or the date of first publication on the site, if later, have also been migrated.

Although this data is updated every 24 hours, there may be a 48-hour delay before the most recent numbers are available.

Citation count information:

旺财体育 citation counts are pulled independently from CrossRef, the Web of Science, and Scopus.

Please note that there is likely to be overlap, meaning these figures cannot be added together to give an overall citation count.

The "Most cited" figures on Taylor & Francis Online and article listings on the "Citation" tab are derived from CrossRef data only.

What are altmetrics?

Altmetrics, , are any article-level metrics, including article view counts, citations, online discussion around an article or saves of an article by bookmarking in research management software.

What's the difference between altmetrics and Altmetric (the company)?

is a London-based company that tracks the attention that scholarly 旺财体育 get online.

What data sources does Altmetric track and how is the Altmetric score calculated?

Detailed information on Altmetric's data sources and the calculation of the Altmetric score is .

The Altmetric score is an automatically calculated, weighted algorithm. It is designed to give an indicator of the amount and type of online attention a single research output has received, but cannot tell you anything about the quality of the research or the researcher. It's important to remember that attention can be good and bad; an article may have a high score because of negative attention, and equally very good quality research may not have received much online coverage in the sources tracked by Altmetric, this applies to citations and article views, but is particularly relevant with the Altmetric 旺财体育 Score

Clicking on the Altmetric badge on Taylor & Francis Online will return a details page with context and the breakdown for an Altmetric score.

Does the Altmetric score appear for all 旺财体育 on Taylor & Francis Online?

The Altmetric Attention Score only appears for 旺财体育 that have received attention since 2012 鈥 in the case of there not being a score for the article, it will have a question mark in the middle of a grey wheel.

Who should I contact if I have a question about my Altmetric score or want to suggest an online data source to track?

Please contact Altmetric directly.