Visualising what scientists read

The scientific publisher Springer has launched a free analytics tool that gives you a peek into how people are using the publisher’s online content. The tool provides a number of visualizations based on real-time data aggregated from Springer’s online offerings.

Springer’s publications include nearly 5 million documents from about 41,000 e-books, 1160 book series, and 2524 academic journals. For this reason, the tool can be considered a useful and interesting way to look at what scientists are reading.

Here is a link to the European Journal of Applied Physiology’s stats.

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Impressive tool!

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