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Proportionate methods for evaluating a simple digital mental health tool #openaccess https://t.co/qKV6JERCZW
„We can’t debate forever!” EC #openaccessplatform planned. How will this influence the research publishing industry? #AcadAPE #openaccess #scientificpublishing #2018 #Berlin
Calendario 2018 de webinars gratuitos sobre @webofscience ofrecidos por @clarivate #webofscience #endnote #openaccess - https://t.co/Om8nr1AGsk
10 of the most parodied artworks of all time:
1. American Gothic
2. Mona Lisa
3. The Great Wave
4. Birth of Venus
5. The Last Supper
6. Girl with a Pearl Earring
7. The Scream
8. The Thinker
9. Starry Night
When specialty societies launch attacks on their critics, it never goes well: https://t.co/mXwQIjf0Sz #StreisandEffect #FairUse
Why you won’t see or hear the ‘I have a dream’ speech: https://t.co/IhzxgW9kYY via @washingtonpost
Seminari sobre Nous Models d’Avaluació de la #Recerca (26/01, @FBiD_UB), via @IEC_ObsRecerca https://t.co/V2ms1WY5g9 #openscience #altmetrics
So far #altmetrics research does show that we generally overestimate effect of Twitter on reach of scientific articles.
WOW! Congratulations @JulieSilverMD . #1 ranked study/report by #Altmetrics for @PMRJournal
As of Jan 1, 2018, there have been 911 studies/reports ranked by #Altmetrics for @PMRJournal. Just a few months ago one of them was published & shot up to #1.
Hint: The authors included 4 physiatrists, 1 surgeon, 1 cardiologist, 1 neurologist
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