Saturday, January 19, 2013

Blog posts, videos and "other publications" for 2012

Every year I have to fill out several "what have you accomplished last year?" forms.  I've just send in one of them.  There is a section on "other publications", which, I guess, is intended for non-refereed articles and books.  But there are now many other ways to disseminate information so I added:

Blogs ca 80,000 pageviews in 2012 ca 16,000 pageviews in 2012 (group-blog, includes contributions from others)

Videos ca 18,000 views i 2012 ca 4,000 views i 2012

2012 Presentations ca 7,500 views and six downloads i 2012

Proposals ca 3,000 views and 34 shares in 2012

Software: ca 26,000 pageviews in 2012 ca 2,400 pageviews in 2012 ca 3,500 pageviews in 2012

Like last year, I chose to list views rather than the number of blog posts, videos, or presentations I created in 2012.  I think these numbers are more telling, but I would be happy to hear other suggestions.

It would be interesting to know how many times my papers have been viewed in 2012, but this information is not available for most journals i have published in, and it would be a pain in the neck to collect this data even if it was. 

What I do know is that they have been cited ca 1400 times in 2012 according to Web of Science and that my 2012 papers, which were all in PLoS ONE, were viewed about 1800 times.

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