The Wikipedia Cite-o-Meter provides a conservative estimate of the number of times journal articles from a particular publisher are cited in the 100 largest Wikipedias. Using the Wikipedia API, Cite-o-Meter searches for occurrences of a DOI prefix in the main namespace of these Wikipedias.
... [More] Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is a string used to uniquely identify objects such as electronic documents. DOIs are the de facto standard for uniquely identifying scholarly publications such as journal articles. The DOI prefix is specific to a DOI registrant - the organization that handles the assignments of DOI suffixes for items published under that prefix. [Less]
Total-impact makes it quick and easy to view the impact of a wide range of research artifacts. It goes beyond traditional measurements of research output -- citations to papers -- to embrace a much broader evidence of use across a wide range of scholarly output types. The system aggregates impact
... [More] data from many sources and displays it in a single report, which is given a permaurl for dissemination and can be updated any time. [Less]