Below is the table to the top 10 with Andrew Booth taking top spot with a paper he co-authored in PLOS. The paper was Tweeted 290 times, saved to Mendeley 49 times, CiteUlike 4 times and blogged once. Not all publications covered in the complete list was published in 2015, but were still communicated and shared in 2015, thus showing the long tail of our research.
The full list of research included in the 2015 export can be viewed here:
HEDS Altmetrics Chart 2015
|Top 10 HEDS Publications according to Altmetric.com|
We can also see from the data the publications HEDS staff published the most in with our HTA Reports taking top spot. As for the journals, Value in Health hosted no less than 11 articles and PharmacoEconomics publishing eight papers.
|Top 10 Most Popular Publications for HEDS staff in 2015|
Finally we can see the reach of our research on Twitter with 51% of Tweets happening outside of the UK, with over 200 North American Tweeters sharing our research, making up for 20% of all HEDS research Tweets in 2015.
|How HEDS Research was Tweeted in 2015|