I am continuing to play around with Total Impact (see for example total-impact: Jonathan Eisen). This is a new (beta) system for tracking individual impact of scientific productivity including papers, presentations, data, etc.
So far I like the general things I am seeing there. They ask for feedback on their site and in the interest of openness I am posting some things I would love to see here
1. Sorting by publication date or any of the metadata categories (e.g., citations, downloads)
2. Better way of saving DOI lists such that if you get a new publication you can just add to the list
Lots of other things obviously but it is an early beta version so I am willing to be patient. Definitely worth playing around with.
Saturday, August 18, 2012
More playing around with Total Impact
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