Keep in mind that context is important for making any numbers meaningful. Aim to contextualise information - show how your research paper has performed relative to others.
Author, A. (2015). "Title." Journal name. doi:10.000/10.100x
Listed on Altmetric.com as being in the 96th percentile of papers published in Journal name and the 87th percentile of papers published in 2015
Highest Altmetric score (309) of any paper published in Journal Name, reflecting widespread media coverage.
International impact: this paper has been tweeted in more than 40 different countries.
Qualitative data is also a good way to demonstrate attention your work has received.
Paper covered by more than 100 media outlets worldwide, including The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian.
Recommended on 12 research blogs. Was described as "a breakthrough study on examples" by prominent genetics and evolution researcher Rosie Redfield.
Study results cited and used as the supporting evidence for a threshold recommendation in the 2014 European Food Safety Authority report: “Outcome of the peer review of bee study protocols to assess the effects of imidacloprid on bees”. This report summarised the outcomes of the EFSA consultation process with Member State experts.
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