EU Open Science Monitor

[...] P(tracked) - # Scopus publications that can be tracked by the different sources (e.g. typically only publications with a DOI, PMID, Scopus id, etc. can be tracked). (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)
Lluís Revilla
Why don't use company?
Lluís Revilla, 15/06/2018 14:49
George Macgregor
As in the treatment of OA publications via Scopus, the use of Scopus, Mendeley and Plum Analytics immediately places a specific bias on the analysis of research's alternative impact. Such bias is anti-thetical to an "open science" monitoring system. Is there not an opporuntity for something more holistic? Or even for, say, alternative metrics to be delivered by, say, AltMetric? Note again that by using Scopus as the benchmark for published works, the underlying dataset will also be skewed towards the indexing coverage of Scopus.
George Macgregor, 18/06/2018 15:47
Etienne Gaudrain
Exclude Scopus and Plum Analytics as there is clear conflic of interest.
Etienne Gaudrain, 02/07/2018 13:04
Stephanie Dawson
I would recommend looking at this article that compares Plum Analytics, Altmetric and Crossref Event Data A combination of all three would give a better picture.
Stephanie Dawson, 06/07/2018 18:25
Stephanie Dawson
I see a conflict of interest in only relying on Scopus, Mendeley and Plum Analytics for this.
Stephanie Dawson, 06/07/2018 18:26
Stephanie Dawson
What about Researchfish?
Stephanie Dawson, 06/07/2018 18:27
Jon Tennant
ImpactStory is also completely lacking from this.
Jon Tennant, 06/07/2018 19:03
Konstantin Stadler
Please dont rely on one data source, combine Altmetric, Plum, ImpactStory.
Konstantin Stadler, 25/07/2018 12:19
Camilla Lindelöw
I agree with what is mentioned in the comments above, regarding diverse data sources (and would also like to see the principle of open sources and methods in use). I would also like to challenge the use of altmetrics as one concept used as indicators below Open collaboration. It is not clarified what is meant by Open collaboration (btw researchers, with larger community?) in the draft methodological note so it is hard to tell which indicator would be suitable: Mendeley could be a choice for collaboration btw researchers, preferably alongside other datasources so not to rely on only one.
Camilla Lindelöw, 31/08/2018 10:47