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AuthorMapper.com – The powerful discovery tool for today’s research!

Springer is pleased to announce the launch of
AuthorMapper is a free interactive tool that visualizes scientific research areas and trends in an easy and refined way. It will assist the scientific research community by plotting authors, subjects and institutions on a world map as well as identifying scientific trends through timeline graphs, statistics and regions.
Integrating content and mapping technology, AuthorMapper provides an easy-to-use, dynamic interface that allows you to:
  • Easily locate reviewers, authors and experts in similar fields
  • Run a variety of queries by keyword, discipline, institution, author and more
  • Discover the geographic areas where specific topics are being researched
  • Identify new and historic literature trends
  • Link and connect seamlessly to published content
  • Discover wider relationships in the scientific community
  • Benefit from an augmented article and author visibility
AuthorMapper is intended for all authors, editors, reviewers, researchers or librarians interested in the structure of the scientific community in their subject field, at their institution or around the globe.
AuthorMapper is freely accessible from any computer with an internet connection. Simply go to
and make AuthorMapper part of your research world today!

Special Features: 

  • Search for OpenChoice/Open Access articles only and get directed through to the freely available full text on SpringerLink.
  • AuthorMapper.com widgets: embed the map of your search results on your own website.

Check out the Video Tutorials

AuthorMapper.com video tutorials and information are now available for you to watch.

A Map of the (Scientific) World

An article on AuthorMapper.com published in Springer's eNewsletter Author Zone. ... More


AuthorMapper.com in Library Blogs

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Author Zone

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Library Zone