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In this video tutorial, we follow a research assistant who wants to understand the impact of an article that explores the relationship between body mass index during pregnancy and infant birth weight.
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You are helping Wanda Barfield with her CV. In 2017, she published an article titled “Why We Need Evidence-Based, Community-Wide Approaches for Prevention of Teen Pregnancy” in the Journal of Adolescent Health. It has yet to accumulate many citations and you want to show her other metrics that can help her to determine its societal impact.
Search for the article on Scopus and display the Documents details
Select View all metrics.
Review the article’s PlumX Metrics. Which interactions are strongest: Usage, Captures, Citations, Mentions or Social Media?
Note: Refer to the answer key for this practice exercise to check your results.
Article Metrics Summary
Article metrics overview: Conclusion and help file links
You have now completed lesson one. When you are ready, please move on to the next lesson.
TIP: The following Scopus help files contain additional information on the topics we have covered.
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