Latest upgrades on usage tracking from ScienceOpen
Every day around the world researchers turn to ScienceOpen to search for relevant articles, books, and chapters from the 78 million within our discovery environment. Of course, every author and every publisher wants to know, “Who is reading my work?”.
Publishers and editors can now download usage and geolocation reports from their collection page at any time.
This new feature allows our publisher customers to stay up to date with the distribution of their publications on ScienceOpen and share valuable insights with their authors, readers, and scholarly circles.
In today’s blog, we have put together some key facts and interesting usage data for some of our publishers, and in the meanwhile, we encourage all of our editors to try out the latest function on their collection site.
AKJournal’s diverse readership
Akadémiai Kiadó is Hungary’s oldest continuously operating publishing house and one of Central and Eastern Europe’s largest scientific publishers. AK Journals’ prestigious publications have a significant impact that extends beyond the scholarly circles of Europe and North America. The publications and collections of AK Journals continue to catch the attention of our Chinese readers. This pattern can be found in the majority of their journals.
The AKJournal’s research has reached over 141 countries, including readers in St. Vincent and Grenadines, Solomon Islands, Turks and Caicos, and Guam. AK Psychology collection is the most viewed from the AKJournal’s collection and the top three countries in terms of readership are the United States, China, and Germany.
Most read on AK Psychology:
- Reach for your cell phone at your own risk: The cognitive costs of media choice for breaks
- Towards an understanding of Internet-based problem shopping behaviour: The concept of online shopping addiction and its proposed predictors
- Relationship of Smartphone Use Severity with Sleep Quality, Depression, and Anxiety in University Students
- Culture and psychedelic psychotherapy: Ethnic and racial themes from three Black women therapists
- Will esports result in a higher prevalence of problematic gaming? A review of the global situation
Since joining our network, Zoonoses has built and maintained an impressive audience. Every month, thousands of visitors from 182 countries around the world gain access to the journal’s publications.
India, the United States, Bangladesh, China, and Canada are the top five countries with the most readers, followed by Pakistan, France, Nepal, Germany, and Ireland.
With such an impressive offer on publications in the field of Biodiversity, comes great interest and growing readership. The Biodiversity collection by Pensoft has gained over 45.000 new readers since the beginning of the year, with a record-high interest in April.
The readers of Pensoft on ScienceOpen come from 122 countries from all over the world. The top five includes United States, China, Germany, United Kingdom, and Russia.
Most read on Pensoft Biodiversity
- On the identity of the fossil aquatic beetles from the Tertiary localities in the southern part of the Upper Rhine Graben (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Dytiscidae)
- A second species of Oculogryphus (Coleoptera, Lampyridae), with notes on the phylogenetic affinities of the genus
- Family-group names in Coleoptera (Insecta)
- Cherax (Astaconephrops) pulcher, a new species of freshwater crayfish (Crustacea, Decapoda, Parastacidae) from the Kepala Burung (Vogelkop) Peninsula, Irian Jaya (West Papua), Indonesia
- The Stenopodainae (Hemiptera, Heteroptera) of Argentina
In the Nanotechnology collection, De Gruyter has gained an impressive readership in the first months of 2022. 90% of its readership comes from China and the United States, and a steady interest is seen in European countries, Canada, and India.
- Highly ordered arrays of hat-shaped hierarchical nanostructures with different curvatures for sensitive SERS and plasmon-driven catalysis
- A study on interfacial behaviors of epoxy/graphene oxide derived from pitch-based graphite fibers
In the Energy Collection, apart from China and the United States, many interested users come from Germany, France, and Canada as well.
- Electrical design analyses studies on ultra-high voltage air insulated surge arresters
- Performance analysis of grid interactive single-phase solar powered fault tolerant cascaded inverter
BioScientifica’s growing readership
Bioscientifica Open Endocrinology readership spans over 80 countries. In France, Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, and United Kingdom the collection has a constant readership, while 90% of the readership comes from China and the United States
On the reproduction collection, readership has seen a constant growth in the past quarter, with readers coming from 39 countries, spanning across Europe, North America, Asia and Africa.
Latest titles from Bioscientifica Open Endocrinology:
- Bone metastases from neuroendocrine tumors: clinical and biological considerations
- The impact of Klinefelter syndrome on socioeconomic status: a multicenter study
- Using optimal subset regression to identify factors associated with insulin resistance and construct predictive models in the US adult population
- A high TSH level is associated with diabetic macular edema: a cross-sectional study of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
- Late-night salivary cortisol and cortisone should be the initial screening test for Cushing’s syndrome
Parasite Journal is attracting a new readership. Most of its readers come from our usual suspects, the top 3 United States, China, and Germany, but a growing interest in the journals’ publication is seen in Singapore and Canada.
- Diagnostic accuracy of fluorescence flow-cytometry technology using Sysmex XN-31 for imported malaria in a non-endemic setting
- Monitoring the elimination of gambiense human African trypanosomiasis in the historical focus of Batié, South–West Burkina Faso
- Transcriptional changes of proteins of the thioredoxin and glutathione systems in Acanthamoeba spp. under oxidative stress – an RNA approach
- Confounding factors affecting faecal egg count reduction as a measure of anthelmintic efficacy
Karger aiming for the stars
Karger Publishers’ collection on ScienceOpen provides access to cutting-edge research in a variety of medical fields. Over the last few months, the Neurology and Neuroscience collection has seen an increase in usage, with over 62.000 publications accessed in the first half of 2022.
Karger is a go-to resource for many Neurology professionals from around the world. Outside of Europe, the United States, and China, countries such as India, Japan, Singapore, Sweden, Togo, and South Korea have shown consistent interest in this collection.
New titles from Karger Neurology:
- Evolving Views on the Pallium
- Timing as a Mechanism of Development and Evolution in the Cerebral Cortex
- The Multicomponent Day-Care Program Prevents Volume Reduction in a Memory-Related Brain Area in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment
- Cognitive Impairment and Associated Factors among Older Adults with Diabetes in a Suburban Primary Health Center in Thailand
- Associations of Peripheral Neuropathy Defined by Monofilament Insensitivity with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia in Older Adults
Hogrefe’s readership is as diverse as its portfolio in medicine. Scholars from over 100 countries regularly access the publications by Hogrefe, with our usual suspects at the top of the list, joined by Switzerland, Finland, and Canada.
In the VASA collection, a growing interest is witnessed by Indian scholars.
Most shared titles from VASA – European Journal of Vascular Medicine:
- German S3 guideline for the prevention of venous thromboembolism updated Comment on Vasa Supplement 92
- Cohort study of risk factors for 30-day readmission after abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
- Three year results of endovascular therapy with a new generation nitinol stent for femoro-popliteal artery lesions – a single-center outcome analysis of a subcohort of MISAGO 2 study
- Venous occlusion due to cystic adventitial degeneration of the common femoral vein
- A carotid bifurcation pseudoaneurysm treated endovascularly in a patient with irradiated neck
Pluto Journals’ international audience
Pluto Journals takes pride in producing world-class journals that are at the cutting edge of humanities research today. World-class usage data as well for the Pluto Journals on ScienceOpen.
Pluto Journals takes pride in publishing world-class journals at the forefront of humanities research today. World-class usage data for the Pluto Journals on ScienceOpen as well.
World Review of Political Economy has readers from 181 different countries. From Greenland to Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste to Haiti, the journal’s name and scope say it all for its audience.
- Deficiencies of the Three-Factor Theory of Value : External Deficiencies of the Modern Factor Theory of Value
- The Neoliberal Strategy of South Korean Conglomerates
Socialist Lawyer has on its top 10 list hundreds of visits from scholars and readers from Canada, Ireland, Israel, and Lebanon.
The International Journal of Disability and Social Justice has only published two issues so far, but the usage data indicates a consolidated readership from the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Canada, and Australia.
- Disability, Justice and Freedom as Non-Domination
- Quick Trust and Slow Time : Relational Innovations in Disability Performing Arts Practice
Arab Studies Quarterly and its scholarship reach an audience spanning over 153 countries, with a constant interest in the Netherlands, Lebanon, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Israel and Egypt.
- Gothic Politics in Ahmed Saadawi’s Frankenstein in Baghdad
- How can Social Cohesion Foster State-Building and Confront Tribalism? A Comparative Analysis of the Post-Arab Uprisings Period in Tunisia and Libya
Decolonial Horizons / Horizontes Decoloniales explores with its scholarship between global politics and religious discourses, reflecting a growing interest in America, with hundreds of visits from the United States, Canada, Colombia, Mexico, and Brazil.
- Descolonizar la mente, sacralizar la existencia : Una opción budista ante la confusión de nuestro tiempo
- Una teología destituyente : La «neutralidad política» de los Testigos de Jehová
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