Join the Bookmetrix user experience test
May 8th, 2017
Bookmetrix brings together a collection of performance metrics, helping you to see how your books of interest are being discussed, cited, and used around the world.
Be the first to take a look at the new Bookmetrix and discuss your feedback directly with Dario, our senior UX designer.
We are looking for former or current PhD students and researchers, book authors and professors. The interview will only take about 20 minutes.
We would love to ‘meet’ you via Skype, phone, or Slack voice call. If you are interested, please contact Dario at email@example.com
Welcome to Bookmetrix
Bookmetrix is a unique platform that Springer developed in partnership with Altmetric. It offers you a comprehensive overview of the reach, usage and readership of your book or chapter by providing various book-level and chapter-level metrics all in one place.
How will Bookmetrix help you?
Bookmetrix not only offers you a comprehensive overview of your book’s usage and reach, the data provided also helps you
- answer questions from your funder about the broader impact of your work
- demonstrate the engagement surrounding your research
- uncover new audiences and potential collaborators
- find out where your work gets the most attention and from there establish ongoing relationships with key bloggers, policy makers or media outlets
- benchmark your work against other titles or peers in your field
Explore the impact of your books!
What metrics will be available?
For every Springer, Palgrave Macmillan and Apress book and chapter you will be able to find the numbers of citations, downloads, book reviews, readers, and the number of online mentions in policy documents, news outlets, Wikipedia entries and social media networks. If available, these metrics are displayed on each book's home page on springer.com, palgrave.com, apress.com and on the individual book and chapter pages on SpringerLink. They are also available via Papers, a reference manager.
From the individual book or chapter page on springer.com, palgrave.com, apress.com or SpringerLink, you will be able to link out to the Bookmetrix details page by clicking on one of the metrics.
Please note: if you use Internet Explorer, the data is only displayed in version 10 or above.
Print/download your book’s report
By clicking the “Print” button on a publication’s Bookmetrix details page, you can request a report that gives you the full overview of the annual usage, citation, readership and any other available data. The report will be sent to you immediately by email.
Like what you see? – Order eBooks with just a click
Bookmetrix data helps you to decide if a book will be useful for your own work.
If you come to the decision that a particular book meets your needs, click “Purchase eBook” to seamlessly order the book from our web shop.
Event in early 2017
Watch the video of our event in London, which was a part of #AcBookWeek – the Academic Book Week 2017!
Emerging Tools and Metrics in the Book Impact Space
Tue 24 January 2017
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For more detailed information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org