On Publication Usage in a Social Bookmarking System
D. Zoller, S. Doerfel, R. Jäschke, G. Stumme, and A. Hotho.

Scholarly success is traditionally measured in terms of citations to publications. With the advent of publication management and digital libraries on the web, scholarly usage data has become a target of investigation and new impact metrics computed on such usage data have been proposed – so called altmetrics. In scholarly social bookmarking systems, scientists collect and manage publication meta data and thus reveal their interest in these publications. In this work, we investigate connections between usage metrics and citations, and find posts, exports, and page views of publi- cations to be correlated to citations.
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    @hangdong 8 years ago (last updated 8 years ago)
    Nice one, showing me a 2-page article can get an excellent conference. The idea in the paper is very clear, and of course, innovative.
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