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Altmetric is a system that tracks the attention that research outputs such as scholarly articles and datasets receive online. It pulls data from: Social media like Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Traditional media - both mainstream (The Guardian, New York Times) and field specific (New Scientist, Bird Watching). Many non-English language titles are covered. Blogs - both major organisations (Cancer Research UK) and individual researchers. Online reference managers like Mendeley and CiteULike We track too many sources to list individually but a more detailed breakdown is available here. Altmetric cleans up and normalizes the data from these sources then makes it available for analysis. A key difference between Altmetric and other social media monitoring services is that Altmetric will disambiguate links to outputs: it knows that even though some tweets might link to a PubMed abstract, newspapers to the publisher's site and blog posts to a dx.doi.org link they're all talking about the same paper. -- from "What is Altmetric" webpage
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