Tuesday, 16 September 2008

Top 25 downloaded articles from ScienceDirect

Which are the most downloaded articles from ScienceDirect?

ScienceDirect have come up with a clever feature that ranks the Top 25 articles downloaded in the previous month. You can refine the Top 25 by subject and individual journal titles within each subject area.

The tool is open for all to use but you can register for up to 10 monthly e-mail updates. It has a number of useful tools. The Blog this feature generates html code that you can embed in your own blog entries viz ...

Example of embedded link

The h-index: Advantages, limitations and its relation with other bibliometric indicators at the micro level
Journal of Informetrics, Volume 1, Issue 3, 1 July 2007, Pages 193-203
Costas, R.; Bordons, M.

with a link to the entry in ScienceDirect. Top 25 also allows exporting Direct to 2collab. Bournemouth University subscribes to ScienceDirect. Login with your ATHENS Personal Account to see the full text.

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